Mysterious Disease – Is It The Start Of The Zombie Plague?

Dr Sarah K. Brown, Right talks with Kim Nguyen at Bethesda MD

Researchers have identified a new mysterious disease that has left numerous Asians in Asia and in the U.S. with AIDs-like symptoms even though they are not infected with HIV.

The patients’ immune systems become damaged, meaning they are unable to fend off germs like healthy people do.  It is unknown what triggers it but it is not contagious………yet!  It is another kind of acquired immune deficiency that is not inherited and occurs in adults but doesn’t spread like AIDS does through a virus.

So far it seems to only effect Asian or Asian-born individuals around the age of 50 but does not run in families.  It suggests that genetic factors and something in the environment such as an infection may trigger the disease.

Diseases are always ever changing and it has long since been believed that H1N1 or the shots for it would be the start of the zombie virus but what if it’s a mutation of another disease that does it?  What if this new disease is the start of what eventually will because the zombie virus?  This isn’t something to be taken lightly and definitely needs to be watched very closely.  We won’t know when and where this is going to hit but if we stay aware we can at least be prepared when it does and not be caught by surprise.

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6 thoughts on “Mysterious Disease – Is It The Start Of The Zombie Plague?

  1. Shannygirl

    SOOOOO.. not only do you enjoy freaking me out about the Zombie crap… BUT you post a pic of a dr and a patient from the HOSPITAL I HAVE TO GO TOO AND WAS JUST AT YESTERDAY???

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