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Patricia Doyle Phd
| Hello Jeff... You and I have been warning the public about this
disease for many years and now it is widespread across the US. It's
in 27 States so far...and spreading.
Jeff, you have devoted more air time to this disease than all of the other Journalist in America combined. Hopefully, people will listen and have their homes tested for and rid of the kissing bugs that are common around the US.
We know that the disease came to the US with the illegals from Central and South America. They carried the parasite in their blood and when American kissing bugs had a blood feast they, the bugs, became infected and were able to pass that infection of both humans and family pets. We are currently seeing a large canine infection across Texas.
Now we have Trump's OPEN BORDERS and many illegals are still flowing into the US as well as through so-called 'legal immigration' through these parasitics, America-hating 'refugee resettlement' agencies who are directly seeding these Third and Fourth worlders all across America. Like in YOUR town. These agencies are absolutely involved in trying to kill America.
Donald Trump had promised to stop the flow of illegals and the refugee Muslims from the Middle East and Africa when he was candidate Trump. However, after lying to the American people and getting elected Trump betrayed the tens of millions that he conned and betrayed them and our nation's future. His promises meant NOTHING and immigration -both illegal and African Muslim 'relocation' continues unabated. It is reasonable to assume that Chagas Disease will continue to infect Americans unabated as well.
I suggest that anyone who has contracted Chagas Disease sue the Federal Government for the health care they will need over the duration of the illness.
It has also followed that Mr Trump is not keeping his promise to overhaul Obamacare and is working on a health care package that will favor Middle Class Americans. The new package being presented today for signing, a package that NO ONE, has read but will be voting on in Congress today does not favor Americans and the plan for pre-existing conditions will cost a lot more for people with those conditions.
In fact, how the hell can Congress vote on a bill they haven't read? (A rhetorical question because they do it ALL THE TIME). We have the most shoddy 'representation' I have seen in a long time. Donald Trump may go down as the WORST President in the history of the US.
Meanwhile, the illegals and Muslim savages keep flooding into the US bringing all sorts of Third World diseases that the average American will be unable to afford to deal with. I repeat - I strongly recommended that Americans who find themselves infected with these non-endemic diseases pass the cost of the health care onto the Feds by means of law suits.
The Congress and the President KNEW there were risks of these diseases infecting the local American population as a result of unchecked illegal immigration and the US government was negligent in stopping the flow of sick illegals into the US. As we heard from the whistleblower in St Louis, there is NO vetting and there is NO genuine health care screening on these human dregs. Therefore, the US government, Donald Trump and Congress are liable for the costs of treating these illnesses in Americans.
| April 18, 2017, at 2:00 p.m.
Horror Disease Chagas Is Spreading In The US
By Robert Preidt
(HealthDay News) -- It's spread by an insect that's often called the "kissing bug." And now, the parasitic infection know as Chagas disease is prevalent in the United States, new research shows.
Investigators tested nearly 5,000 Latin American-born residents of Los Angeles County in California. They found that 1.3 percent had Chagas disease, which can cause life-threatening heart damage if not treated early.
"Less than 1 percent with the infection are receiving treatment for Chagas disease," said study author Sheba Meymandi.
Meymandi is director of the Center of Excellence for Chagas Disease at Olive View-University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center.
Chagas disease is caused by a parasite called Trypanosoma cruzi, which is transmitted by the triatomine bug -- also called the "kissing bug" -- found throughout the Americas.
About 30 percent of infected people develop serious heart, digestive or neurological disorders, the researchers said in background notes.
The new study suggests there are about 30,000 people in the Los Angeles area with Chagas. It also supports a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that about 300,000 people in the United States are living with Chagas disease, the investigators said.
"Without treatment, many Chagas patients are at risk of a "silent death" due to heart failure. Our study demonstrates the need for similar research in other states, and underscores the critical importance of early detection and treatment to tackle this public health challenge in the U.S.," Meymandi said in a news release from the Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative.
"Although this study concentrated on Latin American-born residents of Los Angeles, Chagas disease has also been in the U.S. for centuries," said Colin Forsyth, an epidemiologist from the Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative and Doctors Without Borders.
The study was supported by the two groups.
"The bugs that transmit Chagas disease live in 27 states -- the whole southern half of the country, and we know they sometimes infect people, but we need further research to determine how often this takes place," Forsyth said.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has more on Chagas disease.