More on Polio

Dear Editor:

(In response to 10/13 edition of Ask the Doc) Recently polio has reemerged in the news. A recent article by F. William Engdahl, “Toxicology vs Virology: The Rockefeller Institute and the Criminal Polio Fraud” outlines the link between the use of the pesticide DDT and the “disease” that it caused.

Congressional hearings in 1952 questioned whether polio was caused by a virus or external toxins. Less than 1% if victims were ever tested.

DDT was created during the War to kill lice to avoid typhus and became rampant for all uses in the U.S. Time Magazine called it the greatest discovery. There were 25,000 victims in 1943 increasing tenfold in 1952 to 280,000 when the use of DDT was discouraged, well before the population began to be injected with the “miracle” polio vaccine between 1952 to 1956.

It’s always good to consider all options and causes of a “disease”, which is why we have the medical ethic of informed consent.

Joseph Mugivan

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