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    https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-04-...opulation.html

    Fungus infection is very hard to get rid of. Like fungus has its own intelligence.

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    CANDIDA AURIS: Resistant to almost everything and DEADLY!


    Deadly germs, Lost cures: A Mysterious Infection, Spanning the Globe in a Climate of Secrecy

    The man at Mount Sinai died after 90 days in the hospital, but C. auris did not. Tests showed it was everywhere in his room, so invasive that the hospital needed special cleaning equipment and had to rip out some of the ceiling and floor tiles to eradicate it.

    “Everything was positive — the walls, the bed, the doors, the curtains, the phones, the sink, the whiteboard, the poles, the pump,” said Dr. Scott Lorin, the hospital’s president. “The mattress, the bed rails, the canister holes, the window shades, the ceiling, everything in the room was positive.”

    C. auris is so tenacious, in part, because it is impervious to major antifungal medications, makingued.

    In the United States, 587 cases of people having contracted C. auris have been reported, concentrated with 309 in New York, 104 in New Jersey and 144 in Illinois, according to the C.D.C.

    The symptoms — fever, aches and fatigue — are seemingly ordinary, but when a person gets infected, particularly someone already unhealthy, such commonplace symptoms can be fatal.

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    This is a majorly important topic with a very wide reaching range of implications - more so even than climate change.

    Some recent research out of the United Kingdom predicts antimicrobial resistance (bacteria, fungi) will lead to the deaths of an additional 10 million individuals yearly by 2050. Currently the number is around 700,000 annually across the globe - so this is a ten fold increase!

    To put that into perspective, 8.2 million die yearly of all cancers combined.

    This is a huge issue in hospitals - I stay out of the assisted breathing wing at pretty much all costs - that’s one of several ground zeroes for antibiotic resistant bacteria.

    I was doing some research on tele-medicine earlier today actually - there is data coming out that links the use of tele-doc services with an increase of antibiotic prescriptions - which are already greatly overprescribed and often not taken in completion, only adding to this problem.

    Typing all this makes me feel like I need to take a sip from a big bottle of colloidal silver

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    What a coincidence that a deadly airborn fungus suddenly appears in the news while all of these other international issues are churning.

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    Link to the New York Times article:
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/06/h...ida-auris.html
    It appears the Natural News article from Mike Adams isn't an exaggeration, but I wonder if he really has a multi million dollar lab, as he claims toward the end of his article. Some of his prior claims along those lines proved to be gross exaggerations.
    Not that that amounts to much in terms of importance compared to the fungus issue.
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    Jim Stone perspective on C-Auris:
    If Candida Auris is not a hoax, chances are it is GMO and from the "vaccine" industry

    First of all, anything related to "candida" is a yeast infection. They should be straight up in making this clear.

    Second of all, all reports say that it is only happening among those with compromised immune systems.

    I have SERIOUS problem with this entire story then, because yeast is a continuous problem for those who are immune compromised and an enormous problem for the AIDS community, where it kills lots of people.

    Why make a fuss over 600 aids related deaths from a specific form of yeast?

    In 2017, aids related complications killed 914, 000 people. Aids is the main cause of fatally compromised immune systems. Yet Candida auris was singled out from among those causes, where 914, 000 people died, a majority from yeast, and it killed fewer than 600?

    What's the big deal then, with this type of yeast? Let me guess:

    According to all news reports, it showed up everywhere on earth at the same time. That means something in the global distribution system carried it everywhere. What would that carrier be? There are two possibilities:
    1. A defective batch of bread yeast that had global distribution via the company that carried it or -

    2. "vaccines".

    So let's apply a little "Conspiracy logic" here, the type of logic where you actually think about causes and media results.

    Does a company that makes yeast have enough political clout to cover up the fact that they shipped out a batch that started infecting people everywhere?

    Obvious answer: NO.

    Is there any other product which uses yeast and gets shipped globally?

    YES. That product is "vaccines". Do "vaccines" have enough media complicity to cover up deaths and outright murder? YES. Obviously. Therefore, this new strain of "candida" is probably "vaccine" related.

    There are not enough associated deaths of immune compromised people to make global news unless someone wants to cover their butts with a controlled media diatribe, to make sure people never look at what the two obvious causes would be.

    They have been dabbling in GMO yeast vaccines since 1986 and now, yeast is a very popular go-to choice for a base in vaccine manufacture.

    Here is a hepatitis vaccine made from it, and also the HPV shot is made from it, along with other vaccines.


    I seriously doubt "candida auris" suddenly went global ALL ON ITS OWN. SERIOUSLY DOUBT IT.

    There was a unified global carrier of this, and my guess at a most probable culprit was a vaccine where a batch got out that did not have the yeast killed off enough and it was a GMO strain of yeast that is now in the environment, killing people who have AIDS.

    So far it is only hitting immune-compromised people. The numbers are way too small for this to get attention unless someone powerful gave it attention, to get control of the dialogue and make sure no one points the finger at them. If you want to derail an investigation, be a part of it!

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    Quote Posted by onawah (here)
    Link to the New York Times article:
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/06/h...ida-auris.html
    It appears the Natural News article from Mike Adams isn't an exaggeration, but I wonder if he really has a multi million dollar lab, as he claims toward the end of his article. Some of his prior claims along those lines proved to be gross exaggerations.
    Mike Adams has a little bit of a fear-mongering tendency, but he offers a solution or two

    Humanity didn't know about the existence of "bacteria" at the root of infectious diseases, much less the existence of viruses. But fungus, with which humanity coexisted from the very beginning of civilization, is now threatening the existence of humans.

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    A new fungi is spreading world wide killing many, and there are no more traditional treatments working against it.

    Plus, the fungi is extremely contagious: one sick person contaminated his whole hospital room, from ceiling to metal bars to sink and toilet to inside the ceiling, everything. They had to take down the ceiling and all the material to be able to disinfect.

    Here samples of the article:

    Quote Over the last five years, it has hit a neonatal unit in Venezuela, swept through a hospital in Spain, forced a prestigious British medical center to shut down its intensive care unit, and taken root in India, Pakistan and South Africa .

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    Recently C. auris reached New York , New Jersey and Illinois, leading the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to add it to a list of germs deemed “urgent threats.”
    .......

    .“Everything was positive — the walls, the bed, the doors, the curtains, the phones, the sink, the whiteboard, the poles, the pump,” said Dr. Scott Lorin, the hospital’s president. “The mattress, the bed rails, the canister holes, the window shades, the ceiling, everything in the room was positive.”

    C. auris is so tenacious, in part, because it is impervious to major antifungal medications, making it a new example of one of the world’s most intractable health threats: the rise of drug-resistant infections.............

    Scientists say that unless more effective new medicines are developed and unnecessary use of antimicrobial drugs is sharply curbed, risk will spread to healthier populations. A study the British government funded projects that if policies are not put in place to slow the rise of drug resistance, 10 million people could die worldwide of all such infections in 2050, eclipsing the eight million expected to die that year from cancer.

    In the United States, two million people contract resistant infections annually, and 23,000 die from them, according to the official C.D.C. estimate. That number was based on 2010 figures; more recent estimates from researchers at Washington University School of Medicine put the death toll at 162,000. Worldwide fatalities from resistant infections are estimated at 700,000........................

    Yet as the problem grows, it is little understood by the public — in part because the very existence of resistant infections is often cloaked in secrecy.

    With bacteria and fungi alike, hospitals and local governments are reluctant to disclose outbreaks for fear of being seen as infection hubs. Even the C.D.C., under its agreement with states, is not allowed to make public the location or name of hospitals involved in outbreaks. State governments have in many cases declined to publicly share information beyond acknowledging that they have had cases.

    All the while, the germs are easily spread — carried on hands and equipment inside hospitals; ferried on meat and manure-fertilized vegetables from farms; transported across borders by travelers and on exports and imports; and transferred by patients from nursing home to hospital and back.

    C. auris, which infected the man at Mount Sinai, is one of dozens of dangerous bacteria and fungi that have developed resistance. Yet, like most of them, it is a threat that is virtually unknown to the public.................

    Nearly half of patients who contract C. auris die within 90 days, according to the C.D.C. Yet the world’s experts have not nailed down where it came from in the first place.

    “It is a creature from the black lagoon,” said Dr. Tom Chiller, who heads the fungal branch at the C.D.C., which is spearheading a global detective effort to find treatments and stop the spread. “It bubbled up and now it is everywhere.”

    ‘No need’ to tell the public

    In late 2015, Dr. Johanna Rhodes, an infectious disease expert at Imperial College London, got a panicked call from the Royal Brompton Hospital, a British medical center outside London. C. auris had taken root there months earlier, and the hospital couldn’t clear it.

    “‘We have no idea where it’s coming from. We’ve never heard of it. It’s just spread like wildfire,’” Dr. Rhodes said she was told. She agreed to help the hospital identify the fungus’s genetic profile and clean it from rooms.

    Under her direction, hospital workers used a special device to spray aerosolized hydrogen peroxide around a room used for a patient with C. auris, the theory being that the vapor would scour each nook and cranny. They left the device going for a week. Then they put a “settle plate” in the middle of the room with a gel at the bottom that would serve as a place for any surviving microbes to grow, Dr. Rhodes said.

    Only one organism grew back. C. auris.


    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world...ecy/ar-BBVFPi7
    Finally, it might not be Ebola that gets us by millions, but C Auris or the alike.

    Viva Turpentine and alternative treatments.
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    Viva Turpentine and alternative treatments.

    Good place to repost this:

    Detox protocols eliminate organic matter such as deadly Candida, bacteria, and fungus. Some rid the body of free radicals that contribute to poor health environment. Free radical damage cells, cell membranes, DNA, and proteins. Which in turn may cause cancer and other conditions. And most importantly, their 'dis-ease weapons' no longer thwart progress of our health, natural cognition and consciousness.

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    At the same time, if the human race survives, fungi are also offering some amazing solutions to problems that mankind has created. See:
    https://news.nationalgeographic.com/...dicines-fungi/
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    "Paul Stamets is a mycologist, author and advocate of bioremediation and medicinal fungi. Check out: https://www.youtube.com/paulstamets "



    Interesting to note is that in the latest Star Trek series, fungi throughout the universe solve the problem of interstellar travel. See: 3 Real-Life Inspirations For The 'Star Trek: Discovery' Spore Drive
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/linhanh.../#28ef6f2e3741
    "Every Star Trek: Discovery fan eagerly awaits the ultra-cool black alert, signaling an imminent spore drive jump. The spore drive is a unique feature of Star Trek: Discovery, which is the first Star Trek series in over a decade. The series takes place about a decade before the events of the original series (in a separate timeline from the recent movies). The eponymous USS Discovery, a science vessel, is tasked with developing black ops technology to end the Federation-Klingon war.Mushroom fanatics and mycologists have caught several "real-life" references in Star Trek: Discovery, despite criticism of the spore drive technology. Even Starfleet officer Paul Stamets is inspired by a real person. If you aren't a fungus lover, here are three real-life inspirations you are missing out on:

    The spore drive and its navigation capabilities are refined throughout season one. The spore drive operates by bringing USS Discovery into the mycelial plane, where it can traverse the mycelial network. Mycelia are filament-like parts of fungi. If you were to see them in the soil, they look like a thinner version of plant roots threading through soil. In Star Trek: Discovery, mycelia form the foundation of space and connect every aspect of life across the multiverse. The mycelial network is also its own ecosystem. USS Discovery can jump anywhere almost instantaneously using the network.Who is Paul Stamets?

    USS Discovery's Chief Engineer, Lieutenant Commander Paul Stamets is an astromycologist. He is named after Paul Stamets, a real-life mycologist who strongly advocates for the use of fungi in bioremediation and medical therapies. The Starfleet officer version of Stamets helps develop spore drive propulsion technology. Real-life Stamets is a pioneer in the use of mushrooms in bioremediation, also known as "mycoremediation". Fungi can produce enzymes that break down pollutants in the environment. Amazingly, some fungi can even break down plastic."

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    Quote Posted by onawah (here)
    Link to the New York Times article:
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/06/h...ida-auris.html
    It appears the Natural News article from Mike Adams isn't an exaggeration, but I wonder if he really has a multi million dollar lab, as he claims toward the end of his article. Some of his prior claims along those lines proved to be gross exaggerations.
    Mike Adams has a little bit of a fear-mongering tendency, but he offers a solution or two

    Humanity didn't know about the existence of "bacteria" at the root of infectious diseases, much less the existence of viruses. But fungus, with which humanity coexisted from the very beginning of civilization, is now threatening the existence of humans.
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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    Hyper BaricOxygen Theraypy offers some relief from Candida too.
    There's a new facility that just opened in my town that offers this.
    It's expensive, but I may give it a try.
    Also a kind of Rife technology, the Biocharger, "cellular voltage/frequency restorative platform".
    Frequencies are going to heal us of so many things some day, if all goes well.
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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    i had not seen the don't under estimate the fungus thread

    my posts and the subsequent would fit in that thread

    pls moderators could you transfer my posts to that thread

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    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    Viva Turpentine and alternative treatments.

    Good place to repost this:

    Detox protocols eliminate organic matter such as deadly Candida, bacteria, and fungus. Some rid the body of free radicals that contribute to poor health environment. Free radical damage cells, cell membranes, DNA, and proteins. Which in turn may cause cancer and other conditions. And most importantly, their 'dis-ease weapons' no longer thwart progress of our health, natural cognition and consciousness.

    The willingness to experiment is essential. The great thing is many of these alternatives are inexpensive: castor oil, turpentine, H2O2, Vitamin C, MMS and diatomaceous earth.

    Avalon offers a variety of healing modalities which include complimentary solutions, information, and personal accounts.

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    What an interesting video on diatomacious earth. I just pulled mine out of the cupboard when I learned I could use it for ridding my dogs of parasites. I am going to start using it internally as well. It also helps to get rid of fleas on your animal friends by working it into their fur.

    The best thing we can do for ourselves is to keep our bodies well nourished and detoxed so that the body can get rid of these virulent fungal and bacterial threats when exposed.

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    i had not seen the don't under estimate the fungus thread

    my posts and the subsequent would fit in that thread

    pls moderators could you transfer my posts to that thread
    Good idea - the two new C. Auris fungis threads are now merged into this one.

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    It sure sounds like gene modification, since the fungus made a sudden appearance in different locations, as pointed out by Jim Stone.

    Traditional medicine using plant material is probably the only way, because plants have been dealing with fungus themselves for millions of years or longer.
    Chemically oriented modern medicine, on the other hand, may weaken the human immune system.

    One little talked about thing, though, is the fact that fungus and parasites seem to be in symbiosis, so much so that it will be more effective to deal with worms and parasites at the same time as combating fungus infection.

    Some rules of thumb apply:
    Never eat raw fish, avoid excess consumption of fermented foods (inclusive beer, kimchi, chocolate, etc). Fungus and yeast have been friends of humanity for thousands of years, but given the weakened condition of human immune, we have to be wary of their overgrowth in our system, including the brain, skin, liver (conducive to alcoholism) etc.

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    Just be wary of self diagnose based on symptoms alone.

    I was told by a couple of naturopaths that I most likely had candida so I used protocols designed to work with yeast.

    A waste of money and time as testing showed that I have no yeast in my system but very high streptococcus - same symptoms but treated differently.

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    Default Re: Don't underestimate fungus: CANDIDA AURIS touted as a deadly threat worldwide:

    Quote Posted by Hervé (here)
    ...

    Jim Stone perspective on C-Auris:
    If Candida Auris is not a hoax, chances are it is GMO and from the "vaccine" industry

    First of all, anything related to "candida" is a yeast infection. They should be straight up in making this clear.

    Second of all, all reports say that it is only happening among those with compromised immune systems.

    I have SERIOUS problem with this entire story then, because yeast is a continuous problem for those who are immune compromised and an enormous problem for the AIDS community, where it kills lots of people.

    Why make a fuss over 600 aids related deaths from a specific form of yeast?

    In 2017, aids related complications killed 914, 000 people. Aids is the main cause of fatally compromised immune systems. Yet Candida auris was singled out from among those causes, where 914, 000 people died, a majority from yeast, and it killed fewer than 600?

    What's the big deal then, with this type of yeast? Let me guess:

    According to all news reports, it showed up everywhere on earth at the same time. That means something in the global distribution system carried it everywhere. What would that carrier be? There are two possibilities:
    1. A defective batch of bread yeast that had global distribution via the company that carried it or -

    2. "vaccines".

    So let's apply a little "Conspiracy logic" here, the type of logic where you actually think about causes and media results.

    Does a company that makes yeast have enough political clout to cover up the fact that they shipped out a batch that started infecting people everywhere?

    Obvious answer: NO.

    Is there any other product which uses yeast and gets shipped globally?

    YES. That product is "vaccines". Do "vaccines" have enough media complicity to cover up deaths and outright murder? YES. Obviously. Therefore, this new strain of "candida" is probably "vaccine" related.

    There are not enough associated deaths of immune compromised people to make global news unless someone wants to cover their butts with a controlled media diatribe, to make sure people never look at what the two obvious causes would be.

    They have been dabbling in GMO yeast vaccines since 1986 and now, yeast is a very popular go-to choice for a base in vaccine manufacture.

    Here is a hepatitis vaccine made from it, and also the HPV shot is made from it, along with other vaccines.


    I seriously doubt "candida auris" suddenly went global ALL ON ITS OWN. SERIOUSLY DOUBT IT.

    There was a unified global carrier of this, and my guess at a most probable culprit was a vaccine where a batch got out that did not have the yeast killed off enough and it was a GMO strain of yeast that is now in the environment, killing people who have AIDS.

    So far it is only hitting immune-compromised people. The numbers are way too small for this to get attention unless someone powerful gave it attention, to get control of the dialogue and make sure no one points the finger at them. If you want to derail an investigation, be a part of it!

    This is an interesting article relating to yeast in vaccines.





    March 27, 2018
    Yeast in Vaccines Tied to Autoimmune Diseases
    By Heidi Stevenson, GAIA Health

    It’s well-recognized that the incidence of autoimmune diseases has been rising at an enormous rate. A study indicates that a significant factor in causing them may be the common bakers or brewers yeast, Sacccharomyces cerevisiae[1] used in many vaccinations, including HepB, which is given to nearly all newborn babies in the United States before they’re a day old.

    The specific part of S. cerevisiae that’s of concern is mannan, which is found in the cell walls of yeasts and also in mammalian glycoproteins. These glycoproteins are found in cell walls, connective tissues like collagen, gastrointestinal mucous secretions, and blood plasma. They perform many functions. Obviously, if the immune system goes on the attack against mannan, it can be devastating. Yet, that appears to be happening in many autoimmune diseases.
    [Autoimmune] diseases happen when the body’s own defense system turns on itself, resulting in life-eroding conditions…

    These diseases happen when the body’s own defense system turns on itself, resulting in life-eroding conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease, systemic lupus erythematosus, anti-phospholipid syndrome, multiple sclerosis, diabetes mellitus type 1, and even heart disease.

    Both the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are aware of the increase in autoimmune diseases[2] . Autoimmune disease research is now included in chapter 3 of the NIH Biennial Report[3] which discusses their approach to dealing with the issue, including the type of research they’re supporting. Nowhere is there any indication that vaccinations are being considered as a potential cause.

    Of course, if you don’t look for it, you are not likely to find it. Clearly, they are not promoting a genuine investigation into finding the causes of autoimmune disorders, as they’re willing to consider anything and everything … except the elephant in the room named vaccination. As is the case with autism, the primary focus is on genetics, with environment also considered—as long as the term environment doesn’t include vaccines. As with autism, that focus completely ignores the outright absurdity of blaming genetics for new non-infectious disease phenomena.
    How Can Yeast Cause Such Terrible Diseases?

    Yeast is, of course, used to make bread rise and create the alcohol in beer. So how can it suddenly turn into an enemy? The answer is in how it enters the body, and what enters with it. The purpose of a vaccine is to create a localized storm in the immune system so that it will respond to a co-injected substance, which may be a weakened microbe or a small bit of a microbe, by creating antibodies to it.

    An irritant, called an adjuvant, is what causes the immune system storm, and the microbe is called an antigen. The catch is that other substances injected with the antigen and adjuvant may also be seen as antigens. If one of those substances is similar to something that naturally exists in the body, then the immune system may create antibodies to part of its own body, creating an autoimmune disease.

    Parts of the mannan in yeast are similar or identical to parts of the human body. So S. cerevisiae—yeast—used in vaccines has the potential of causing autoimmune disorders. In fact, S. cerevisiae is used in a variety of ways in vaccines. It is, when used whole, a potent adjuvant[4]. On top of that, genetic manipulation is now being used on it to create artificial antibodies[4], so S. cerevisiae is becoming more common in vaccines.
    Autoantibodies of S. cerevisiae

    The researchers who focused on autoimmune aspects of S. cerevisiae (yeast) found significant correlations between yeast’s mannan and known autoimmune antigens in several autoimmune diseases. They found close and, in some instances, exact matches of the genetic sequences. For example, in the case of rheumatoid arthritis, the percent found to match were:

    Rheumatoid arthritis

    Rheumatoid factor: 60%
    Bip/GRP78: 71%
    gp130-RAPS: 80%
    EIF4G1: 88%
    Anti-citrullinated collagen type 2: 100%

    Not only were there significant sequence matches with four known rheumatoid arthritis auto-antigens, there was a perfect match with one. In other conditions, they found:

    Lupus erythematosus

    SmN: 53%
    SSA (Ro): 60%
    snRNP-SmD3: 64%
    SSB (La): 69%
    U2 snRNP B”: 83%

    Heart disease

    P-selectin (protein on surface of blood vessels & platelets): 80%
    Myosin (involved with muscle contraction): 88%
    Intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (inflammatory response molecules): 100%

    Anti-phospholipid syndrome

    β2-Glycoprotein-1 precursor: 56%
    Annexin A5: 63%
    Anti-CL/β-2GPI Ig light chain variable region: 73%

    AIDs-associated antigens

    Thyroglubulin: 52%
    GAD65: 57%
    Zinc transporter 8: 57%
    Transglutaminase: 60%
    Thyroid peroxidase: 71%
    Soluble liver/pancreas antigen: 80%
    Calprotectin (protein S100-A8): 100%

    Sclerosis-associated antigens

    Major centromere autoantigen B: 57%
    RNA polymerase III: 67%
    U3-snRNP fibrillarin: 75%
    U3-snRNP MPP10: 75%
    hU3-55kDA: 86%
    Nucleophosmin B23: 88%

    A perfect match with a molecule may not be necessary to result in an autoimmune response, so percentages of less than 100% may not indicate lack of an autoimmune response. However, the closer the match between a molecule and an antigen, the more likely it is that an autoimmune response will occur.

    Although you may not generally think of heart disease as an autoimmune disorder, certain forms of it, such as rheumatic heart disease, are known to be—and as this study seems to indicate, others may be, too.
    Vaccine Risks

    It should be noted that anti-phospholipid syndrome was originally associated with the tetanus vaccine. Referring to the table on the right of vaccines containing S. cerevisiae, you can see that the first vaccine listed is DTaP. The T stands for tetanus.

    Do we know for certain that vaccinations containing S. cerevisiae cause these autoimmune diseases? No, we don’t. However, we now have information that strongly links yeast-containing vaccines to autoimmune disorders—and we have absolutely nothing to suggest that they don’t cause them.

    In fact, not only do we now have the strong association between S. cerevisiae auto-antibodies and mannan-containing proteins, we also have a history of increasing rates of autoimmune disorders that, at a casual look, can be seen to correlate with the expanding vaccination schedules in countries around the world.

    Autoimmune disorders are devastating our health and a huge percentage of us suffer from a severely diminished quality of life. These disorders aren’t happening because of genetic defects, and to suggest that they are is an insult to our intelligence—though that seems to be the goal of our health agencies.
    …we now have information that strongly links yeast-containing vaccines to autoimmune disorders…

    The cost to us as individuals and as a society is enormous. Surely it’s past time to take a serious and honest look at vaccine risks, including the use of yeast as an ingredient.

    Instead, we have a mad rush to create ever-more yeast-related vaccines, because modern recombinant DNA technologies have made it so much easier, faster, and cheaper to produce them. Unfortunately, though, to step back and apply the precautionary principle isn’t profitable. So, you can expect to see more and more of them, no matter how much harm they produce.

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    What a coincidence that a deadly airborn fungus suddenly appears in the news while all of these other international issues are churning.
    Sorry but isn't there ALWAYS some international issue churning.... ?

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    Thanks for this discussion: I'd never heard of Candida Auris before.

    The 'regular' Candida that's often discussed, and is (for instance) the topic of these threads —>
    ... isn't the same thing: that's Candida Albicans. It may be easy for some readers to be confused.

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    What a coincidence that a deadly airborn fungus suddenly appears in the news while all of these other international issues are churning.
    Sorry but isn't there ALWAYS some international issue churning.... ?
    Not like there has been since 2015/2016. Just the recent attacks on the central banking cartels, and threats of reverting to the gold standard by major nations is fairly unprecedented in modern history.

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