Tony “The Tiger” Fauci Sucks His Energy from Millions of Disabled People

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Tony “The Tiger” Fauci has a long history!

Originally posted on BLAB: The Bad [Lyme] Attitude Blog:

“It is an indescribable experience knowing that what you are doing will have an impact on the lives of tens, if not hundreds, of millions of people. That gives you a lot of energy to do what you are doing.”

-Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., NIAID Director

Oh, really, Tony?

Those may be the most disingenuous words ever spoken. Or written for PR purposes in a contrived bio.

http://history.nih.gov/nihinownwords/docs/page_10.html

He must have a crapload of energy, considering how many millions of lives he has impacted by stalling science for 30 years.

Why so snarky? Oh, you know, no big deal. It’s just that he and his colleagues from Big Important Government Agencies and Famous Research Institutions continually deny the existence of these diseases of immunosuppression, even though their own research and patents prove otherwise.

Fauci’s patents:

Click here for a list at USPTO.gov

Fauci’s patent for an HIV vaccine with OspA…

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A thank you to a doctor I will never meet…

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God Bless Dr Kaufman!

Originally posted on Laura's pen:

I’d like to personally thank David Kaufman, MD who wrote the below comment on an opinion piece in the New York Times responding to the (American) Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) report on ME/CFS. I don’t know who you are David, only that you are a medical professional, but its too rare that medical professionals speak up in name of ME patients in the dark, stress-inducing pit that is the comments section of the internet.

David Kaufman MD responds to criticism of renaming of CFS as a disease David Kaufman MD responds to criticism of renaming of ME/ CFS as a disease in the comments section in the New York Times

My illness, ME (also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or CFS), has had a lot of press in the last few weeks due to a report from the IOM, suggesting a new name (systematic exertion intolerance disease) and a new diagnostic criteria. The report stated that remarkably little funding has been allocated to research into the…

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IOM’s Redefinition of ME: Farewell LTD Benefits, Hello Diluted Research Cohorts

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Medical Mafia in Progress!

Originally posted on Thoughts About M.E.:

In my last blog post, I attempted, based on my preliminary reading of the IOM report on ME/CFS, to flag a potentially crucial issue: that the report does not exclude, in its proposed clinical criteria, patients with primary or major psychiatric disorders present at the onset of ME. I did say that more analyzing of the situation is needed and after giving the issue more thought, here are some (but not all) additional considerations that I think ME patients should be aware of.

Long-Term Disability Benefits (LTD)

The LTD problem actually affects every ME patient that also has a mental-health issue, regardless of whether that was preexisting or developed later. This issue is much broader than that of pre-exising primary or major psychiatric disorders.

I’ll start with an anecdote for which it is important to understand that essentially every private long-term disability policy contains a mental/nervous limitation clause limiting benefits for…

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The New York Times Assaults Disabled Crime Victims

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It looks like the Lyme-Racketeers “Could” Have the NY Times on the payroll!
These are supposed to be doctors????
They know they are exposed and are on the defense!
How ridiculous are those articles they are having published!

Originally posted on BLAB: The Bad [Lyme] Attitude Blog:

Our doubts about the New York Times still having a shred of credibility have been confirmed.

They have sunken to a new low with their “lifestyle” piece, “How Hypochondriacs Say ‘I Love You,'” which hit the internets on Saturday, February 20, 2015 (and will appear in print on February 22, 2015, on page ST6 of the New York edition with the headline: In Sickness and in Health. 

Apparently they think this is funny–the millions of victims whose victim-blaming they wholeheartedly support in their “I’m The King of the World” editorial superiority complex. Nobody questions the New York Times, right? They are the picture of editorial integrity, the Owner of All that is Good and True. Well, we can play that game.

Call me a narcissist (because for one thing, that’s psychiatrix-speak, and it’s been debunked by Thomas Insel of the NIMH, so you know where I’m gonna stick that label), but…

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The IOM: Death by Acronym and Epic Media Fail

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I have always said “symptoms are not acronyms!”
People NEED to wake up!

Originally posted on valerieeliotsmith:

Background

The illness Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) has been documented since an occurrence in Los Angeles, California in 1934, followed by countless other similar events. A major outbreak at the Royal Free Hospital in London, UK in 1955 led to the coining of the term “myalgic encephalomyelitis” (ME).

In 1988 the term “chronic fatigue syndrome” (CFS) was created in the US; this generally replaced ME in many countries, including the UK. However, the trivialising nature of the name CFS was deeply unpopular with most patients so the terms have frequently – but misleadingly – become conflated, either to ME/CFS or CFS/ME. I have lived with ME since 1981. There is still no cure nor any approved treatment. It is a global illness with a long and troubled history everywhere.

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The latest chapter

In 2013 the Institute of Medicine (IOM) was tasked by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) with researching and…

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IOM’s Redefinition of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Invites Over-Diagnosis and Risks Inclusion of Primary Psychiatric Disorders

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Problems with the IOM redefinition of Myalgic Encephalomyelitic and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome!

Originally posted on Thoughts About M.E.:

Yesterday, the IOM finally—after almost 16 months that could have been used to diagnose patients using the CCC or ICC without wasting $1 million—released its report “Beyond Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Redefining an Illness.” Please note that the copy you will find at the link above is still marked “PREPUBLICATION COPY—Uncorrected Proofs.”

I have not had a chance to analyze the entire document thoroughly, but I have taken a preliminary look at the section on comorbidities and also listened to the IOM rollout webcast for the report where comorbidites were addressed. The issue I am discussing here—psychiatric comorbidities—is so pivotal and potentially disastrous that I felt it necessary to flag it for the community right away. I will follow up with a more definitive examination of this absolutely crucial issue.

There may well also be issues with not excluding non-psychiatric conditions/diseases, but given the history of issues we’ve had due…

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Connect the Dots, Vaccine Edition

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You Must Connect The Dots Like
You Would Follow The Money!

Originally posted on BLAB: The Bad [Lyme] Attitude Blog:

I’m going to start by giving you the big picture:

It’s about fungal-viral synergy and injecting live vaccines into immunocompromised hosts. Somebody stop the presses, because we are in trouble.

Our “free” press has bellyflopped into the vaccine debate by wholeheartedly supporting Pharm.gov, no questions asked. They freely bash anyone who merely implies that, um, maybe we should take a closer look here–without realizing that they have become pimps to an industry that wants nothing more than a world of drug whore slaves. News reporters have become talking heads for their media conglomerate bosses, blindly spewing their spoon-fed opinions while totally rejecting curiosity–curiosity that might lead them to the truth if only they could employ two brain cells to connect the dots.

I am going to provide some dots.

Fungi are so well known to suppress the immune system and reactivate viruses that I should be able to letCariDee

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