Proof Prions In Nostrils
Of Infected - Saliva Next

By Jeff Rense

Note - As I said over 5 years ago, on this site and many times on my program:
the oral/body fluid transmission of infection and death by prion is a reality. This
newest study published in the New England Journal of Medicine confirms that
prions in the infected and dying are readily found in nostrils. We already have
proof prions are plentiful in tonsils, tongues and muscle tissue of infected
animals and people. Someday, a brave scientist will confirm that prions are in
all general body fluids...something that is more than obvious.
Once again, I will state clearly: prions from BSE-infected animals will also be found
to be present in the body fluid called milk...meaning all dairy products are susceptible
to carrying prions. ALL of them. For obvious reasons, no one is daring to do the
research...or at least daring to publish the results. Death by cheese, milk, ice
cream and butter? We are at the end of the age of eating animals.
Meanwhile the USDA - in a laughable effort - is testing, it claims, 3 out of every
1000 cattle sent to slaughter. If the USDA truly wanted to search for mad
cow infections it would check tens of thousands of cattle in batches. Unfortunately,
the beef and dairy industries are hardly likely to sanction such common sense testing.
They certainly don't want to tarnish their marketing holy grail of happy people eating
double cheese burgers and sporting milk moustaches.
Shame on the dentists who have refused to discuss this issue with me, and the
thousands of other professionals who should know better. All of them share an
enormous responsibility and culpability. Patients infected with Alzheimer's, CJD, vCJD
and all the other code names for prion disease and death show no symptoms during
the early stages of infection.
Every time one of these tragically-infected souls visits a dentist in which reusable, invasive
'sterilized' instruments are used...and then subsequently 'sterilized' and reused...
are quite clearly and logically potentially passing their own deadly infections to multiple
patients down the line. And who would ever know? The ADA and AMA refuse to confront
the issue - a criminally-negligent position to say the least.
The numerous lawsuits already filed against doctors and hospitals over the reuse
of 'sterilized' surgical and medical instruments found to have been used on CJD/Alzheimer's
patients have already proven my point: that we are beyond the age of sterilization as it applies
to prion infection, transmission and death.
Facts are facts: medical science must immediately abandon the use of ALL reusable,
invasive medical and dental instruments until and unless a new, fool-proof method of
guaranteed sterilization technology is developed. - Jeff Rense
Detection of Pathologic Prion Protein in the Olfactory Epithelium in Sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease
Gianluigi Zanusso, M.D., Ph.D., Sergio Ferrari, M.D., Franco Cardone, Ph.D., Paolo Zampieri, M.D., Matteo Gelati, Ph.D., Michele Fiorini, Ph.D., Alessia Farinazzo, Ph.D., Marina Gardiman, M.D., Tiziana Cavallaro, M.D., Marina Bentivoglio, M.D., Pier Giorgio Righetti, Ph.D., Maurizio Pocchiari, M.D., Nicola Rizzuto, M.D., and Salvatore Monaco, M.D.
Background Olfactory cortexes and the olfactory tracts are involved in sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. We examined peripheral regions of the olfactory sensory pathway, including the olfactory mucosa, to assess whether pathologic infectious prion protein (PrPSc) is deposited in the epithelium lining the nasal cavity.
Methods We studied nine patients with neuropathologically confirmed sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. We obtained the brain, the cribriform plate with the attached olfactory mucosa, and the surrounding respiratory epithelium at autopsy. Control samples of nasal mucosa were obtained post mortem or at biopsy from age-matched control subjects and from control patients with other neurodegenerative diseases. The olfactory and respiratory mucosa and the intracranial olfactory system were analyzed by light microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and Western blotting for pathological changes and for deposition of PrPSc.
Results In all nine patients with sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, PrPSc was found in the olfactory cilia and central olfactory pathway but not in the respiratory mucosa. No PrPSc was detected in any of the tissue samples from the 11 controls.
Conclusions Our pathological and biochemical studies show that PrPSc is deposited in the neuroepithelium of the olfactory mucosa in patients with sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, indicating that olfactory biopsy may provide diagnostic information in living patients. The olfactory pathway may represent a route of infection and a means of spreading prions.
Source Information
>From the Departments of Neurologic and Visual Sciences (G.Z., S.F., M. Gelati, M.F., A.F., T.C., N.R., S.M.), Ear, Nose, and Throat (P.Z.), Morphologic and Biomedical Sciences (M.B.), and Agricultural and Industrial Biotechnologies (P.G.R.), Section of Clinical Neurology, University of Verona, Verona; the Laboratory of Virology, Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome (F.C., M.P.); and the Department of Pathology, University of Padua, Padua (M. Gardiman) - all in Italy.
Address reprint requests to Dr. Monaco at the Section of Clinical Neurology, Department of Neurologic and Visual Sciences, Policlinico G.B. Rossi, Piazzale L.A. Scuro 10, 37134 Verona, Italy, or at
The New England Journal of Medicine is owned, published, and copyrighted © 2003
Massachusetts Medical Society. All rights reserved.
From Patricia Doyle, PhD
Hello, Jeff - Maybe all of the programs we did happened to get to the right people, ergo this Journal article. Someone might just be listening to our shows. We talked about this probability a couple of years ago.
I would also expect to hear confirmation from the elite prionologist PhDs that transmission of CJD via dental instruments is a reality. Also sexual transmission. Jeff, this is coming down the pike and THEY cannot stop the news getting to the public. I guess some PhDs decided that they cannot hide the news, so they want to be the first to research the possibilities. Excellent. Now, maybe we can begin to do something to stop the spread.
As for saliva, we discussed it. Just look at the environment with respect to CWD. Elk farms being held quarantined, etc.
Thank you for sending the article. I will post it on the message board.
Patricia A. Doyle, PhD
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