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working3
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https://www.rt.com/sport/568887-ufc-stephan-bonnar-dead-45/
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Too many "died suddenly."

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He also refused to wear a mask during the pandemic so perhaps he got covid which can have long term effects on the heart.

https://www.sportsmanor.com/stephan-bonnar-cause-of-death-the-ufc-hall-of-famer-suffered-broken-back-and-wrist-after-a-pro-wrestling-stunt/

This article indicates he has a severe staph infection after an injury and that may have caused heart damage.

https://www.sportsmanor.com/stephan-bonnars-death-the-ufc-hall-of-famer-battled-severe-medical-conditions-before-his-death-due-to-heart-complications/

This article suggests he had other complications with his health that raised ammonia levels, possibly Wilson's disease.

A screening of young athletes, still in their teens was just done in MN and they found several teens with heart issues that were previously unknown.

Whatever the reason way too many die young. A young man in our community just committed suicide.

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Are those posting it here trying to link his death to anti-vaccine conspiracies?

He subscribed to anti-vax beliefs and wasn't vaccinated per his social media accounts.

Some of his posts have been removed, but he shared video of a confrontation with a hospital security guard in a hospital because he was unvaccinated and refused to wear a mask. He posted that video on-line and referred to mask wearers as sheep.

His cause of death was attributed to a cardiac event, but it followed a serious Staph infection of broken vertebrae, for which he was treated with intravenous antibiotics.

He shared a lot in interviews and on social media about his use of Kratom, which has known cardiootoxiciy and has been documented to trigger cardiac arrest if one enjoys speculation.

He had also developed problems with pain medications. (Understandable with a broken back.) All of this has been published in news outlets and on the MMA website making other conspiracies linking his death to Covid 19 or vaccines moot points.

Too many struggle with chronic pain and chronic illness. Too many have always died suddenly.

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Lonestartick—yes, that is why this thread was started.

But the poster and Lymetoo won’t come right out and say they are linking his death to the Covid vaccine.

But that is the intention.

Look at the thread Lymetoo posted called News From Switzerland which is just purely false information.

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I have noticed you, Bartender Bonnie and a few others posting excellent, factual posts. (There are so few of those here now.)

I can understand sensitive, chronic Lyme patients needing to weigh any vaccine decision carefully with their doctor.

Lymenet was always the most important resource I shared with newly diagnosed patients to for information and support.

I can't refer people here anymore because of the number of factually incorrect, highly charged, extremely biased, conspiracy posts spamming every forum.

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Lonestartick--very sad to see this wonderful website deteriorate.

I know that the forum of Seeking a Doctor is well managed by Bartenderbonnie and Hoping and Praying.

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I'll try to remember to let people know it's worth looking in Seeking a Doctor. That is important for so many.

I am truly shocked and saddened by the rest of the forums. This was once a resource for accurate information.

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