Someone very close to me DIED YESTERDAY. from an infection that did not respond to any treatments, it was a fungal growth in the lungs. She was in Japan (Tokyo) during Fukushima, and did not have the ability to evacuate, although I advised it. I was not effective enough in my warnings.
So I wanted to see if some fungus like Candida Auris use Chitin in their structures, and it appears that they sure do.
It is interesting that Candida Auris had it's germination in Japan and South Korea, both heavily hit by Fukushima radiation. The Korean identification was published on June 15th, 2011.
Supposedly, Candida Auris had existed prior to this, the sample from Japan from the ear of a
It's suspicious at the very least. This from Medical Mycology indicates that C Auris was kicked into high gear nearly simultaneously in 4 separate areas, they were slightly different, but remained the same within the geographical area.
With the exception of the one Japanese 2009 "report" ALL the others occurred in 2011 and after.
I don't know how to describe the article that started me going on this research.
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