Oncologists Must Test For Rickettsiales (Wolbachia)

Cause of Uveal Melanoma and Most Lymphomas are Unknown - Or Are They? Could be time to lawyer up

Wolbachia-Infected Aedes Releases, Eye CA in young, Lymphoma r/t Wolbachia
Credit: World Map: Christopher Schnese on flickr (CC-by-2.0) Culex mosquitoes, text, colors by Rose Webster (aka RoseWrites)

Study Literature States Causes are Unknown

So why is no one willing to look into Wolbachia infections?

I am beginning to lose faith in the both the scientific and medical communities.

Over 10 years ago, I was employed by world-class ophthalmologists in Canada. During that time, my peers pointed to the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) as the go-to source for the latest eye care information. I disclose more about the AAO in my petition devoted to helping these patients. 

For the past two years that I've been researching the Zika virus, I've come to the unfortunate conclusion that Wolbachia is the unspoken co-factor that works in tandem with Zika (or perhaps with other viruses) to cause the worst manifestations of this disease.

But here's the kicker . . .

There appears to be a concerted effort by those in positions of power (e.g. department heads, politicians, public health authorities, entomologists, etc.) to ignore or downplay the significance of what Wolbachia in our food chain is doing to vertebrate species.

And I can no longer look away from what is strongly correlated to these two unusual cancers that are showing up in young people.

If I (or a loved one) was diagnosed with uveal melanoma or lymphoma, I would demand:

1) A broad range PCR screen for infection by Rickettsiales (Wolbachia genes in blood and tissues) and,[1]

2) ZIKV test (using any two of these): the Lanciotti E-, the Pyke E- and NS1-, the Bonn E- and the Bonn NS1-based assays. They are the most reliable.[2] Some tests are up to 80 percent inaccurate.[3]

If I was denied these tests, I would promptly contact a lawyer.

Your Rights as a Patient Diagnosed with Uveal Melanoma or Lymphoma 

Federal law requires laboratories to safely store specimens (biopsy samples) for a set amount of time, at least five to ten years (sometimes longer).

According to Aziza Nassar, MD, FCAP, Professor of Pathology and Director of Cytopathology at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida:

"Pathologists participate in tumor board reviews ... in which a team of doctors from different specialties work together to reach an opinion ... all laboratories are willing to give patients their biopsy samples if they want a second opinion or treatment from another cancer center."[4]

I am troubled to discover that in Canada, in 2014, this precedent-setting decision was quietly made:

"An Ontario court has ruled that excised human tissue is private property and that it belongs not to the person from whom it came but to the institution that holds it."[5]

Ocular Manifestations of Wolbachia / Zika Infections

By R. Webster | Published: December 31, 2017

MosquitoMate and World Mosquito Program (Eliminate Dengue)

What you may not know, for about 20 years, both MosquitoMate (Lexington, Kentucky, USA) and World Mosquito Program aka Eliminate Dengue (Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia) have been working on Wolbachia-infected mosquitoes[6][7]— with the endorsement from the World Health Organization (WHO).[8]

And safety tests prior to Wolbachia-infected mosquito releases were only carried out spiders, spider eggs, soil samples, plant leaves, plant roots, earthworms, and millipedes (in Australia).

The Selling Point For Wolbachia is Most Troubling

Maternally inherited, can never be taken back, something else acquires it:

Wolbachia is in mosquitos, eggs, and larvae and other species will acquire it
Credit: (all from flickr and all CC-by-2.0): muffinn (top left image); Russell Neches (bottom left image); Peter Sheik (top right image); and Simon Kutcher, AFAP (bottom left image). Design & text by RoseWrites [Available on Zazzle.com]

Culex tarsalis and Culex quinquefasciatus are Zika vectors

What happens when they get Wolbachia via dead birds or bats?

Presence of a virus facilitates the invasion of Wolbachia (Strauß and Telschow, 2015)
Credit: Rose Webster (aka RoseWrites)

Global Range Distribution of Zika Vectors

Note: Culex tarsalis have been reported in West Africa

Global Distribution Range of ZIKV Vectors
Credit: Background map: Public Domain | Zika vector ranges hand-drawn by Rose Webster on Oct. 13, 2016

Wolbachia in Our Environment = Clusters of Rare Diseases, Eye Cancer?

By R. Webster | Published: January 7, 2018

MosquitoMate Doesn't Think Their Males Mate?

Clever wording makes you forget it's maternally inherited:

MosquitoMate Claims Their Technology is Safe
Credit: Rose Webster Two sentences from MosquitoMate's website [Fair Use]

Over 6 Years Later, 90 Percent of Mosquitoes Still Infected

Ergo, it will take decades to restore the ecological balance in some regions.

How will Wolbachia spread through the mosquito population? And 6 years later, 90 percent still infected
Credit: Fair Use Portions of MosquitoMate's FAQ and Over 6 Years Later, 90 Percent of Mosquitoes Still Infected

Claims of World Mosquito Program (Eliminate Dengue)

Sure looks like plenty of conflicts of interest to me . . .

World Mosquito Program Eliminate Dengue Conflicts of Interest
Credit: Rose Webster (aka RoseWrites) Snippets from Eliminate Dengue | World Mosquito Program Claims [Fair Use]

Uveal Melanoma, UVR, p53, BDUMP, and Wolbachia-infected Aedes

By R. Webster | Published: January 14, 2018

Too Afraid to Ask For Wolbachia Testing?

Take a peek at the deep pockets that are funding it:

Eliminate Dengue | World Mosquito Program | Funding
Credit: Rose Webster | Screenshot of Eliminate Dengue's "Funding" Page [Fair Use]

Trend is to "Normalize" 1/2 of Humans Getting Cancer

Eliminate Dengue is now known as the World Mosquito Program

wMelPop strain is used in Wolbachia-infected Aedes mosquitoes
Credit: Rose Webster (aka RoseWrites) Fair Use portions and Scientific Facts From Studies

Key Points From My Research: Undeniable Correlations

Doctors, oncologists, and pathologists need to R/O Wolbachia infections:

Uveal Melanoma and Lymphoma may be connected to Wolbachia-infected Aedes releases
Credit: ©2018 Rose Webster (RoseWrites) | Background map by Postman Michael [Public Domain]

Published Feb. 6th, 2018: If You Are Denied Testing

This is a Compilation of Expert Opinions to Show Your Lawyer:

The Link Between Uveal Melanoma, Non-Hodgkin's B-Cell Lymphoma, and Wolbachia

If Those Responsible are Touting Wolbachia is Safe,

WHY is no one willing to test for it in mammalian blood?

2003 Wolbachia can grow in human lung cells and in 2015 Wolbachia found in human blood without nematode
Credit: Fair Use Portions of Study Literature | Caricature of Author

An Extremely Rare Cancer, Yet HUGE Profits Are Touted

It disturbs me that Military Market Reports would make such a wild claim:

Intraocular Melanoma Treatment Market Progresses for Huge Profits During 2017 – 2025
Credit: Fair Use Portion of Military Technologies Post Claiming "HUGE" Profits For Intraocular Melanoma Treatments

Biotechnology Has Been "In Development" Over 30 Years

It's strange that recent publications are stating only "about a decade".

Proof Wolbachia-Infected Aedes Has Been In Development For Over 30 Years
Credit: Fair Use Portions of Time and The Atlantic Posts Proving Wolbachia-Infected Aedes in Development For Over 30 Years

1992 Scott O'Neill et al. Were Studying Wolbachia

Sequenced 16S rRNA Genes and Identified as a Proteobacteria (Most Closely Related to Rickettsia and Their Relatives):

1992  S L O'Neill, R Giordano, A M Colbert, T L Karr and H M Robertson 16S rRNA phylogenetic analysis of the bacterial endosymbionts associated with cytoplasmic incompatibility in insects
Credit: Fair Use Portion of 16S rRNA phylogenetic analysis of the bacterial endosymbionts associated with cytoplasmic incompatibility in insects by S.L.O'Neill et al. 1992

Addendum March 31st, 2018: NEJM Paper Confirms

Mutations in Either GNAQ or GNA11 Causes Vast Majority of UM

NEJM Mutations in GNA11 in Uveal Melanoma by Catherine D. Van Raamsdonk, Ph.D. et al. (2010)
Credit: Fair Use Portions of Uveal Melanoma Paper and Wolbachia-Infected Mosquito Patent

We Have Solid Proof Wolbachia Infects Humans

Do not allow billionaires to destroy your future or those you love.

Your health is your most valuable asset
Credit: Rose Webster (aka RoseWrites)