Myasthenia Gravis Now More Common?
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About seven years ago I diagnosed my dad with MG when a doctor couldn't diagnose his paralysis. "We think it's a stroke but we can't find it." The reason why the doctor didn't figure it out is because they don't get enough training in medical school regarding vaccines. I knew my dad was a vaccine addict and told the doc to check for elevated levels of antibodies in his blood (enough to attack his muscular neurons). At that time it was reported that 1 in 50,000 came down with MG. Now I'm seeing a drug advertised on tv for treatment of MG. Surely, it's gotten much worse. They wouldn't spend so much advertising a drug for a disorder affecting 1:50,000...right?
--> bigger market for super expensive cancer drugs. All part of the plan.
and multiple shots will likely cause issues