Gall bladder tumor Parkinsons' Crippling joint problems?
"Is Parkinson's autoimmune?" From what I found, the answer is, "Yes"
I looked into it when I heard the story of Morton and Millie Kondracke
In listening to the Pope's history, they shared that he had a tumor in his gall bladder the size of an orange. 90-91 (That it was cancerous? but the operation for removal was 'just in time') and that later he had his gall bladder removed. Also crippling joint ailments. Several serious falls. How many, if any, of these others
(I've seen this pattern before.) I have some questions
Good man, this Pope. I remember when there was the assassination attempt on his life, that there was a woman in the Assembly of God Church in Port Angeles, WA that went into travailing prayer. . . for, she knew not who. She could see shoes, and a robe ...
Later when his life was spared, she knew why she was praying.
He had great influence. I heard the remarks on Dr. Condelezza Rice today. I wish I could see them in print. What a tribute she gave him
April 2, 2006 CNN ran a special program on Pope John Paul II
One of his closest assistants commented that the Pope was dressed for the day, and SHIVERED. he was 'shivering' (chills?) Later the day before he died, his temperature rose to 104 degrees.
This could be part of the glandular imbalance of advanced fatigue
The Chills, etc
So what glands regulate body temp?
Or is it an autoimmune hypothalamus issue?
Did Hitler have some health concerns in common with the Pope?