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Bartenderbonnie
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I was at Doc's office today and overheard conversation between my doctor and 2 county health employees. The health employees were compiling data concerning my county's ski-high hypothyroid cases.

My doctor stated that her practice sees over a 70% incidence in hypothyroidism in her woman patients. Roughly 7 out of 10 woman. She also said she has no idea why this is occurring.

Has anyone ever heard of this occurring elsewhere ?
Does anyone know the risk factors that would cause such an epidemic ?

Boy, how I wish the county health department took interest in the ski-high Lyme Disease numbers too.

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Could be this:

http://enenews.com/newly-released-data-shows-florida-hit-highest-level-radioactive-material-fukushima-anywhere-world-japan-1-list-1500-measurements-actual-amount-air-500-amount-rep orted

There were also salt caverns in Louisiana that were having troubles with flooding and they had stored nuclear waste in them.

Hillary Clinton solved the Fukushima fallout problems but simply raising the allowable "safe" level of radiation to be drank or eaten by 2300%.

Maybe the spraying of Corexit has something to do with thyroid malfunction?

I'd look to see what nuke plants are in the area and the condition they are in and also look to see if there is burning of radioactive hospital garbage in the area.

Another article on enenews:
Nuclear Expert: “They must be terrified” at South Florida nuke plant; “The darn thing is grinding down” — Gundersen: “Magnitude of what’s going on at St. Lucie is off the charts”; 100 times worse than average

Series of chemical explosions rock hazardous waste plant by Florida border — Radioactive waste mentioned on company’s acceptance form — FBI responds to blast — Plumes of smoke and flames over 100 feet high (VIDEO)

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