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Jan, 20
2011

Goodbye Tasmanian Devils

Doug Kaufmann According to the article in Scientific America, the lowly Tasmanian Devils are doomed to extinction. Seems they’re suffering from… are you ready? 
Devil Facial Tumor Disease, or DFTD. Who in the world comes up with these names? Remember when all the bats were dying of “white nose syndrome?” It was then discovered that the “white” was a fungus, and then the mystery started. What did cause many millions of bats to die? One website actually said this:
 

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Dec, 22
2010

Multiple Sclerosis

Doug Kaufmann Last week, while shopping in a health food store, a person recognized me and asked if I’d mind one quick question; her sister has had multiple sclerosis for many years and wondered if there isn’t a fungus link to this autoimmune disorder.  I told her that Dr. Dave Holland and I wrote on this very topic many years ago and referenced the article for her.  This article has helped so many people through the years, I thought that I’d place it here and let all of you read it, because it may help more of you. 

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Dec, 07
2010
Doug Kaufmann

My google specific search turned up these articles in the past 24 hours:

From: THE REAL TRUTH

Disease-carrying beetles in Florida are known to carry “laurel Wilt Disease,” a fungus that is lethal to Laurel Family Trees.

From: NorthJersey.com 

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Dec, 07
2010

Is This A Joke? Another Vaccine?

Doug Kaufmann Added to the litany of questionable vaccines comes this new one that is “one step closer” to becoming approved.  University of Michigan researchers have developed a urinary tract infection (UTI) vaccine. 

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Dec, 07
2010

I'm No Rocket Scientist... But...

Doug Kaufmann

In the year 1997, Dr. Mark Beilski published that lymphocytic leukemia is “intimately associated with candidiasis.”

Of course, candida is a single cell fungus, so it should surprise no one that I am in total agreement with Dr. Bielski.   But just when I think headway is being made by mainstream medicine, Wake Forest University submits this headline: 

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