Monthly Archive: April 2013

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1 week ago

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Those is the Chronic Fatigue Community are our brother and sisters in this fight, as there are many floxed folks in the CFS/ME community. The advancements they uncover will benefit us all.Happy #MillionsMissing day of action! We're excited to be participating today, and we'd like to say a special thanks to The #MEAction Network for organizing and to OMF supporters and the ME/CFS community for their ceaseless dedication in building the reach and power of this movement. Your perseverance is incredibly inspiring!

If you haven't made plans to join in today, there's still time. Just visit millionsmissing.org to find a protest near you, or visit www.meaction.net/virtual-protest-2018 to discover how you can join the virtual protest from anywhere in the world.

Be sure to follow us on social media today for updates from the protests, and tag us in your posts so we can share with the community. #MillionsMissing #MayMomentum
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2 weeks ago

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Dr. Beatrice Golomb at the University of California, San Diego, whom I have had the pleasure to work with in the past on FQ toxicity issues, suggests that fluoroquinolones are damaging mitochondria. She says because mitochondria retain some similarities to their bacterial ancestors, antibiotics pose a threat to them and every cell in the body can be affected. This explains why a wide range of symptoms can appear and get worse over time. This, in a nutshell, is chronic floxing. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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In 2015 researchers studying the non-antibiotic effects of Fluoroquinolones (FQs) on human kidneys cells reported that FQs can bind to iron atoms on active sites of several enzymes that modify DNA. This results in epigenetic changes that might be related to some of the drugs’ side effects. Yet another study pointing to the epigenetic traits of the FQ's.

www.jbc.org/content/290/36/22287.full
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3 weeks ago

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Cipro eardrops have been around for quite a while. Here is a research gem from 2016 that shows they degrade tympanic collagen in mouse studies. Cipro eardrops have been associated with healing complications in humans. The researchers conclude that "These findings could explain tympanic membrane healing problems associated with quinolone eardrops."

The fluoroquinolones attack collagen via several different mechanisms yet FQ eardrops and eyedrops are common place in our society today. What could possible go wrong with saturating some of the most delicate collagenous structures in the body with collagen destroying antibiotics?

journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0194599816633671?journalCode=otoj
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4 weeks ago

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www.myquinstory.info/pulling-the-trigger-how-the-fluoroquinolones-can-cause-mutations-and-disease/ ... See MoreSee Less

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