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Mysterious Paralysis Hits Over 100 Children in Last 5 Months

21st Century Wire says…

As 21WIRE reported last November, the mysterious Entrovirus D68 did not just appear out of nowhere, as health authorities would like us to believe.

Unlike the American Ebola Hoax, viruses like D68 are very real and are targeting children. Also included in this category of unexplained diseases that feature strange conditions is the Gulf War Syndrome. What is the common denominator between these and other disease cases?

Just this week, we also saw news of a five-year-old girl who died from the very same flu strain she was vaccinated against.

One possible answer: contaminants in vaccines…

The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge. In “Beyond Science” Epoch Times collects stories about these strange phenomena to stimulate the imagination and open up previously undreamed of possibilities. Are they true? You decide.

Tara MacIsaac
Epoch Times

Researchers have a leading suspect in mind for what may have caused the paralysis of more than 100 children in the United States since August 2014—but definitive evidence eludes them.

In a study published Jan. 28 in the medical journal The Lancet, researchers described evidence linking the paralysis to Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68). EV-D68 had already been a suspect because in a previous study, the virus was found in nasal swabs from 8 out of 41 paralysis patients tested, according to Nature. The new study focused on a group of children who experienced this paralysis in Denver, Col. In this smaller group, the link appeared strong. Nature reported: “Nasal swabs from 8 of the 11 children affected contained enteroviruses, with 5 of them containing EV-D68. … However, the strongest proof that the virus underlies the paralysis would be if it were found in affected people’s cerebrospinal fluid.”

It has not, however, been found in the cerebrospinal fluid.

(…) The Lancet reported that hospitals and Canada and the United States have responded by reporting cases of  neurological symptoms in children that appeared after respiratory illness. The Lancet continued: “These cases are being treated with physical therapy but the long-term prognosis is uncertain because most children have not shown relevant improvements so far.”…

Continue this story at Epoche Times

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