We need to know what is causing so many cancers, autoimmune issues, birth defects

 

The Pittsburgh City Council declared November 19, 2007 to be "Dr. Randy Pausch Day". In May 2008, Pausch was listed by Time Magazine as one of the World's Top-100 Most Influential People.
Dr Randy Pausch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia *  

Carnegie Mellon University
University of Virginia

"The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network Debuts a New Public Service Announcement Featuring Carnegie Mellon Professor Dr. Randy Pausch",

Died on July 25, 2008 (aged 47)
Chesapeake, Virginia
Pancreatic cancer

Pausch was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer[3][11] and underwent a Whipple procedure (pancreaticoduodenectomy) on September 19, 2006 in an unsuccessful attempt to halt his pancreatic cancer.[12] He was told in August 2007 to expect a remaining three to six months of good health. He soon moved his family to Chesapeake, Virginia, a suburb near Norfolk, to be close to his wife's family. On March 13, 2008, Pausch advocated for greater federal funding for pancreatic cancer before the United States Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies.[13] In the week prior to this, he had been hospitalized in order to have needle aspiration of pleural effusion in his right lung.[14]

On May 2, a Positron emission tomography (PET) scan showed that he had very tiny (5 millimetres (0.20 in) or less) metastasis in his lungs and some lymph nodes in his chest. He also had some metastases in his peritoneal and retroperitoneal cavities. On June 26, 2008, Pausch indicated that he was considering stopping further chemotherapy because of the potential adverse side effects. He was, however, considering some immuno-therapy-based approaches.[15] On July 24, on behalf of Pausch, a friend anonymously posted a message on Pausch's webpage stating that a biopsy had indicated that the cancer had progressed further than what was expected from recent PET scans and that Pausch had "taken a step down" and was "much sicker than he had been". The friend also stated that Pausch had then enrolled in a hospice program designed to provide palliative care to those at the end of life.

 

I wouldn't suspect metastasis

Pausch died from pancreatic cancer at his family's home in Chesapeake, Virginia on July 25, 2008, having moved there so that his wife and children would be near family after his death. He is survived by his wife Jai, and their three children, Dylan, Logan and Chloe.[16]

The Piittsburgh City Council declared November 19, 2007 to be "Dr. Randy Pausch Day".[10] In May 2008, Pausch was listed by Time as one of the World's Top-100 Most Influential People.[1]

 

 

 

Text of Poster:  Almost all of us have childhood dreams; for example, being an astronaut, or making movies or video games for a living.
 

Sadly, most people donít achieve theirs, and I think thatís a shame. I had several specific childhood dreams, and Iíve actually achieved most of them. More importantly, I have found ways, in particular the creation (with Don Marinelli), of CMUís Entertainment Technology Center (http://www.etc.cmu.edu) of helping many young people actually achieve* their childhood dreams.

 

This talk will discuss how I achieved my childhood dreams (being in zero gravity, designing theme park rides for Disney, and a few others), and will contain realistic advice on how *you* can live your life so that you can make your childhood dreams come true, too.
 

qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.  Fair use

To Charlie Gibson, ABCnews.com:  Thank you for interviewing Gov Sarah Palin. I believe she could put a call out to find out what happened, health-wise, to the Exxon Valdez Oil spill cleanup workers. They should look like 'gulf war syndrome' vets.

Many cancers such as Dr. Randy Pausch had and many autoimmune issues & CFIDS, CFS, FM, ME are what 2-butoxyethanol will cause. 
*  *

www.valdezlink.com/re/pc.htm#ask

The anemia doctors do not find shows up a time of death as
  • rapid heart-beat,
  • shortness of breath,
  • 'the chills'

Did Dr Randy Pausch recall a serious flu?  What about Hamilton Jordon? *   Did he have 'the chills?'     *
  Cold to the Core

Is Cancer secondary to THE Anemia?  *

Find the Anemia *

The Proper View of CFIDS, CFS, FM, ME

more helps to find the fatigue - the anemia

Find ANEMIA for proof that EGBE causes CFIDS, CFS, FM *

Saying Goodbye to a Health Crusader NY TIMEs blog

Dr. Ronald Davis, former president of the American Medical Association, dies nine months after a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

My thoughts to the AMA for Dr. Ron Davis, AMA President age 52 on 6-18-08, who has been diagnosed this year with advance pancreatic cancer (Died 11-7-08)

 

Dr. Davis was featured recently in the Voices of Pancreatic Cancer and highlighted in a Science Times column ďArmed With Knowledge, Driven to Fight

The National Cancer Institute estimates

there will be 37,680 new cases of pancreatic cancer in 2008

with 34,290 deaths in the U.S.;

only five percent of patients live more than five years after being diagnosed.

 

 

Others?  Patrick Swayze *  *

Joey Dulka, III cleft & birth defects - Gulf war Dad - Pancreatic cancer (age 37)   *

Joan Crawford?  *

My friend, Norma who died 3/2/08  AIHA or IMHA   She lived in Copper Center, Alaska *  * * *

My Friend, Helen of IL and her friend, Thelma

Dr Randy Pausch  *

 Some ways your body might 'complain' about too much of some kind of chemical *

This chemical won't do just one thing - If you only have one health issue,

and/or your parent doesn't have 'the odd assortment of CFIDS symptoms,'

don't suspect 2-butoxyethanol poisoning.

Compare EVOS Robin to Gulf War Vet Donny

and what is your body temp? blood pressure? blood sugar?

high or low blood pressure, high or low blood sugar and high or low body temp

'Part of what 2-butoxyethanol does'

Interesting to note that some AIHA is with a raised temp -

Some with subnormal body temp

 

Recent exposure to 2-butoxyethanol or BUTYL shows a spike in body temperature, spike in blood sugar, spike in blood pressure - over a longer period of time (further away from acute exposures - FLU), you see subnormal body temp, low blood sugar, low BP (Autoimmune hypothalamus issues?)

... having flu symptoms just before horrible, very painful headaches?
That is what happened for my friend.
In her case it was pancreatic cancer that showed up, but it could have been a different cancer that showed up ....
But I suspect exposure to BUTYL or 2-butoxyethanol as the trigger for the headaches
& secondarily (the cancer)

rapid heart beat - 'the chills' - fatigue - shortness of breath - pale - jaundice

Signs of autoimmune hemolytic anemia

'approaching' AIHA or IMHA is not easy to diagnose

Check these basics *

US Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska has spearheaded cancer research in Congress *

Too much cancer now-a-days?   *

Does BUTYL or 2-butoxyethanol cause heart damage?

Just Because ... Doesn't Mean  *

 

Margaret Diann  e-mail  margaret.realhelp@gmail.com

11-12-08