Monday, May 16, 2011
Dr. Hilary Jones, When you say, "ME is controversial", did you check that with Alison, Annabel and Sophia?
Dear Dr. Jones,
When you say, "ME is controversial", did you check that with Alison, Annabel and Sophia?
Now, I'm sure you didn't, because all three died of ME.
Yes you read that right, the official cause of death in all three cases was ME. Australian Alison Hunter died of ME in 1999, Annabel Senior died of ME in the UK in 2003 and Sophia Mirza died of ME in the UK in 2005.
The only controversial thing about that was the atrocious way they were treated by the medical profession.
Did you know that the WHO has classified ME as a neurological illness since 1969?
Did you also know that there have been 50 to 60 worldwide cluster outbreaks of ME since the 1930s?
Did you know that after one of these outbreaks, the putative agent of ME/CFS was transferred to monkeys ?
Did you know that almost 5% of patients in a study of 752 ME/CFS patients developed ME/CFS after a blood transfusion?
Did you know that ME/CFS subjects have a shortened life-span by 24 years and are at risk for developing lymphoma ?
Did you know that there is a Highly increased incidence of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in ME/CFS
or to be more precise, the incidence rate of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is 0.02% in the United States, yet nearly 5% of ME/CFS patients develope the disease?
Any of these points alone should trigger alarm bells in any decent doctor, but all these things put together should be cause for serious concern from the medical establishment/authorities that there is a very disabling infectious disease on the loose.
The fact that all this has been covered up for decades by piles of psychiatric nonsense is sickening.
Don't you think that it is time for someone in your position to do something about it, before this severely disabling infectious illness wrecks havoc in many more lives.