Respected elite neurologist are having a difficult
time diagnosing CIDP. They are admitting in public that a
new diseases by the name of inflammatory neuropathy is
present in the Hog workers in Minnesota.
In common sense inflammatory means autoimmune. So does
CIDP can occur with a normal EMG, It can present in
spinal involvement, ALS like involvement, brain involvement,
small fiber involvement with a normal EMG/NCV.
Please open your mind and read our autoimmune e-book the flame
within and the sub types of CIDP rather then leading the
Environmental pollution and its inhalation specially of
Hog/ Pig which has proteins that resemble human proteins
will induce a autoimmune attack against human myelin. These
workers were inhaling pork myelin proteins which started the
immune dysfunction. These are naturally protected proteins
which the immune system cannot see. Once these proteins are
seen by the immune system by inhalation the a immune attack
is triggered against the similar host cells. Common sense and science
combined to give you a simple answer. Inhalation will
by pass the normal digestive process and pass the intact
protein to the immune system which will mount a full attack
on the brain and peripheral Myelin.
Why is Pork prohibited in Torah and again in the Quran,
as the proteins resemble human proteins and will induce a
Optic nerve involvement, spinal cord involvement, muscle
involvement, brain involvement are all seen in CIDP and have
been reported. Literature available on CIDPUSA WEBSITE.
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Update presented on disease in pork plant workers
SEATTLE – More than a year after developing a unique neurological
disorder, the affected pork processing plant workers have improved,
but all have some continuing symptoms and many have ongoing mild
pain, according to a study released today that will be presented at
the American Academy of Neurology's 61st Annual Meeting in Seattle,
April 25 to May 2, 2009.
The workers developed symptoms such as walking difficulties,
weakness, numbness and tingling in the arms and legs, pain and
fatigue. All had worked in or near the area where compressed air was
used to extract pig brains. All plants have discontinued the
For the study, researchers reexamined 24 of the workers affected
at plants in Minnesota and Indiana. Of those, 17 were treated with
immune therapy such as steroids. Sixteen people improved with
treatment; 12 had marked improvement, two had moderate improvement
and two had mild improvement. Six of the people who had no treatment
also improved after they were no longer exposed to the pig brain
Neurologists have identified the illness as a new disorder that
is a sensory predominant polyradiculoneuropathy. The patients all
have a unique antibody not seen before. The disease affects the
nerves, and can usually be identified by standard tests (nerve
conduction studies and EMG), although in four mild cases specialized
tests were needed to detect the abnormalities. The disease seems to
improve with treatment and removal of exposure to pig brain.
The disorder likely has an autoimmune basis, with workers exposed
to the pig brains developing an autoimmune response that caused
nerve damage. The researchers hope that further studies on this
disease will aid understanding of other autoimmune disorders. "There
are other autoimmune disorders where the trigger is not known, so
this case with a known trigger could provide us with an opportunity
to understand how an antigen can trigger the body's immune system to
produce disease," said study author P. James B. Dyck, MD, of the
Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, and a Fellow of the American Academy
Additional details on the patients' testing and outcomes will be
presented at the AAN Annual Meeting.