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momintexas
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http://gma.yahoo.com/mystery-illness-leaves-florida-girl-unable-walk-talk-122724029--abc-news-health.html
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momintexas
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Quote from story......

"Thinking back to the soccer game, Tammy Skriver often wonders if something triggered her daughter's decline, which coincided with a new drug for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and some school vaccinations."


****I point this out because I know several people with sick children had their problems begin shortly after vaccines.......

[ 09-21-2012, 06:35 PM: Message edited by: momintexas ]

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So sad to see young people so sick these days. These kids are popping up with all types of problems it's so sad. It's just not the same like when we were growing up.

It just could be a variety of things triggering these problems: food, vaccinations, drugs, etc...

a lot of the stuff that is just untraceable and too complex to figure out the source of the problem.

It could actually be something to do with what Dr. K* said about the radio waves. This all kind of reminds me of the movie Johnny Mnemonic. Where people were coming down with a disease called (NAS) "nerve attenuation syndrome." In the movie they said it was caused by technology overload.

In all honestly we don't know the side effects from all this different exposure.

*removed name of LLMD*

[ 09-21-2012, 07:21 PM: Message edited by: Lymetoo ]

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That's awful! I'd be willing to bet on the vaccinations myself.

Then there is also the possibility of chemical contamination if she was on the soccer field.

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