January 3, 2022 13:38
According to a report in The Guardian, dozens of young people in New Brunswick, Canada, are suffering from a strange neurological disease. Activists and families of those affected accused the local government of hiding.
A whistleblower from the Vitalite Health Network in New Brunswick reported to the British newspaper GuardianThat dozens of youths in the community are suffering from a mysterious neurological disease. According to the informant, symptoms include hallucinations, difficulty concentrating, decreased mobility, insomnia and rapid weight loss. According to statements from activists and family members of those affected, local authorities have attempted to quell the growing number of cases of Alzheimer’s or other neurological diseases that are more likely to affect the elderly.
While the official number of reported cases since the mysterious disease became known in the spring has not exceeded 48, several unnamed sources reported GuardianThat potentially 150 people could have contracted the rapidly spreading disease. More youth are yet to be investigated and many of them are believed to have died.
“I’m really concerned about these matters because they seem to be moving so fast,” the source told the newspaper, “we give them an explanation.”
One of the most disturbing elements of the disease is that little is known about transmission. In at least nine cases, caregivers and other people who had been in close contact with the victim reportedly developed symptoms similar to those of the sick, suggesting that not only is the disease easily spread between unrelated people, but Environmental factors may also be at play. a role. According to the report, some people have compared the disease to Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, a fatal brain disorder, although research has not revealed any confirmed cases of the disease.
Cover-up by the authorities?
According to the report, local officials are accused of trying to keep matters a secret. The accumulation of cases became known only last year when a memo leaked to the media. However, officials insisted that the “accumulation” was simply the result of “misdiagnosis” in which unrelated diseases were grouped together. In October, officials said eight deaths were due to a “known and unrelated pathology” rather than a common, unknown disease. An epidemiological report published in October reportedly excluded any food, behavioral or environmental exposure that could explain the problem.
However, another health scientist, who chose to remain anonymous, was skeptical. GuardianThat the government is hiding something.
“The fact that we have a small spectrum of patients here speaks very strongly against the likes of New Brunswick Gov. – that cases in this cluster are mistakenly lumped together.”
The newspaper referred to the case of Tim Beatty, whose father, Laurie, died with similar symptoms and was posthumously declared a case of Alzheimer’s. Reportedly, Beatty is trying to get his father’s remains tested for neurotoxins, including β-methylamino-L-alanine (BMAA), a suspected cause of the disease. The local economy is heavily dependent on lobster fishing, and chemical can, according to a date Guardian The cited study can be found in high concentrations in lobsters. Beatty and other families who have lost loved ones to the mysterious disease speculate that the government’s refusal to recognize the possible existence of a disease cluster in the region may be politically or financially motivated.
“If there was a group of people who wanted to breed conspiracy theorists, our government did an amazing job of promoting it,” Beatty said. Guardian,
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