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Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Feb 4, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ALS has a deep link to the DC electric current........= Robert O. Becker

    Could there be an interference pattern blocking a trauma resolution to prevent regeneration that leads to motor neuron suicide as the eventual solution?

    Might it be why the phenotype manifests as it does in one part of the nervous system?

    What clues have we missed in medicine that a Black Swan wouldn't?

    Is something made in the blood by way of the skin a mechanistic key to understanding what is really going on in this disease no one seems to understand?

    Just finished filming and writing and an epic webinar about another disease I see spiking in our 5G world. Should be released to the membership of Black Swans here shortly. — at Kruse Longevity Center.

  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I wonder when people will realize what the oscillation and vibration rates are compared to sun light or to 1g-4G networks?

    Is this 5G vibration rate why I expect ALS to spike?


    Do we have proof? Yep.

    AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS AND EFFECTS OF VIBRATIONS Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a severe and fatal neurodegenerative disorder affecting both the upper and lower motor neurons. We present the clinical cases of four patients with ALS and vibration syndrome. All patients had over 20 years of exposure to general and local vibrations and common subjective complaints: pain, paresthesia, twitching and weakness of limb muscles. Evidence of ALS syndrome was demonstrated by the abnormal neurological examination (pseudobulbar syndrome and pyramidal signs) as well as by neurophysiological studies (peripheral motor neuron degeneration). We discuss the possible relationship between the exposure to general and local vibrations and the ALS syndrome in our patients, and the role of vibrations as a possible risk factor for the disease. Occupational contact with chemicals and pesticides is also discussed as a risk factor.

    Veselinka Nestorova1, Borislav Ivanov2, Ivan Dimitrov3, Kalina Drenska4, Ara Kaprelyan4 1) Department of Physiotherapy, rehabilitation, thalassotherapy, occupational diseases, Faculty of Public Health, Medical University, Varna, Bulgaria. 2) Department of clinical medical sciences, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Medical University, Varna, Bulgaria. 3) Department of nursing, Sliven affiliate, Medical University, Varna, Bulgaria. 4) Department of Neurology and neuroscience, Faculty of Medicine, Medical University, Varna, Bulgaria. Journal of IMAB - Annual Proceeding (Scientific Papers). 2018 Apr-Jun;24(2) Journal of IMAB ISSN: 1312-773X https://www.journal-imab-bg.org

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