Allegations of a mysterious brain disease outbreak in Canada!

Allegations of a mysterious brain disease outbreak in Canada!
Allegations of a mysterious brain disease outbreak in Canada!

A mysterious disease appears to be sweeping the Canadian province of New Brunswick, where six people have been confirmed dead and dozens have been infected with an unknown brain disease, according to new reports.

At least six people have died and 48 others have contracted a mysterious illness in Canada. Many reported feeling easily forgotten and overwhelmed by the strange illness. The local government is now racing to find out more about the mysterious PNS as no cause is currently known. Of the six people reported to have died, their ages ranged from 18 to 85.

In addition to confusion and brain fog, people have also reported experiencing an unusual combination of symptoms, with anxiety, dizziness, hallucinations, pain, memory problems and gradual loss of movement all making up a combination of strange effects on the brain.

Public Health Canada (PHAC) sounded the alarm about a slew of unusual neurological conditions in the region late last year.

The agency provided specialized expertise early in the investigation by interpreting diagnostic and autopsy findings. They worked with a neurologist in New Brunswick to determine the definition of the condition.

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PHAC said New Brunswick is now leading the investigation, and the federal agency’s role is very supportive. But the patient safety organization Blood Watch has raised concerns.

The group stressed that PHAC must take the lead in the investigation, and called on the federal agency to “immediately resume its investigation into the root cause” of the case.

In a letter to Federal Health Secretary Patti Hadjo and Director of Public Health Dr Theresa Tam at the end of September, Blood Watch wrote: “Families in New Brunswick deserve answers, backed by full scientific rigor. We ask for clear guidance that the investigation should continue only from through a scientific lens.

It is currently unknown how many people will end up sick, and how many will die.

One girl with the disease reported that she had to watch the same TV shows repeatedly because she could not retain new information. She also lost control of her muscles.

Dr. Alier Marrero, a neurologist, said: “This is an area where there is a lot to do in general in science because neurodegeneration causes diseases in our time. We don’t have a cure for any of them.”

Dr. Marrero has seen some cases within families, but he does not believe this is a genetic syndrome. He said there have been cases of “non-biologically related” patients living together and having similar symptoms.

Source: Express

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