Présentation de notre organisation.

Introduction :

Nous sommes une Association loi 1901 ayant pour but d'aider les Malades du B7 (Behcet).

L'Association est dirigé par des malades et non par des médecins.

Notre But :

L'Association, est là aussi pour apporter un soutien dans tous les domaines aux Malades du  Behçet qui épuisé pensent à baisser les bras.

Rejoignez-nous dans cette "Association",vous y trouverez toutes les réponses à ce que vous cherchez,ou un soutien que vous n’avez jamais trouvé.

Cette association,est là aussi pour soutenir les malades et leurs familles qui cherchent des solutions pour faire avancer les recherches sur cette Maladie de Behçet. L'Association,est là aussi pour un soutien moral et physique pour tous les Behçet qui baissent les bras.

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Susan McIntyre
  • 1. Susan McIntyre | 03/06/2017
Hello, Since this causes vasculitis and it has the same symptoms, and the carrier eats moths (moths=Old Silk Road?)can Behcet’s be caused by this infection. I'd like to share information I found while researching my coworkers' and my "rare" infectious disease outbreak. This common airborne pathogen causes many idiopathic diseases and conditions, including hematological malignancies, myelitis, myositis, vasculitis. etc. My coworkers and I, all immunocompetent, got Disseminated Histoplasmosis in Dallas-Fort Worth from roosting bats, that shed it in their feces. The doctors said we couldn't possibly have it. The doctors were wrong. It causes hypervascularization, calcifications, sclerosis, fibrosis, necrosis, leukopenia, anemia, neutrophilia, pancytopenia, thrombocytopenia, hypoglycemia, polyps, stenosis, and perforations, inflammation of various organs, GI problems, hepatitis, etc. More than 100 outbreaks have occurred in the U.S. since 1938, and those are just the ones that were figured out, since people go to different doctors. One outbreak was over 100,000 victims in Indianapolis. It at least “mimics” autoimmune diseases, cancer, mental illness, migraines, seizures, etc. It’s known to cause rheumatological conditions, inflammation, and precancerous conditions. It can cause numerous and various diseases/conditions of unknown cause. It causes hematological malignancies, and some doctors claim their leukemia patients go into remission when given antifungal. My friend in another state who died from lupus lived across the street from a bat colony. An acquaintance with alopecia universalis has bat houses on her property. It’s known to cause delusions, wild mood swings, and hallucinations. I believe the “side effects” of Haldol, leukopenia and MS symptoms, are not side effects but just more symptoms of Disseminated Histoplasmosis, since it causes leukopenia and MS symptoms. What about the unknown reason why beta blockers cause tardive dyskinesia? The tinnitus, photophobia, psychosis "caused" by Cipro? The hypersexuality and leukemia "caused” by Abilify? The fungus is an Oxygenale and therefore consumes collagen. Fungal hyphae carry an electrical charge and align under a current. It's most potent in female lactating bats, because the fungus likes sugar (lactose) and nitrogen (amino acids, protein). What about female lactating humans…postpartum psychosis? The bats give birth late spring/summer, and I noticed suicide rates spike in late spring/early summer. A map of mental distress and some diseases appear to almost perfectly overlay a map of Histoplasmosis. The bats eat moths, which are attracted to blue and white city lights. Apparently, even the CDC didn’t know bats CARRY it and shed it in their feces. Researchers claim the subacute type is more common than believed. It is known to at least mimic autoimmune diseases and cancer, and known to give false-positives in PET scans. But no one diagnosed with an autoimmune disease or cancer is screened for it. In fact, at least one NIH paper states explicitly that all patients diagnosed with sarcoidosis be tested for it, but most, if not all, are not. 80-90+% of people in some areas have been infected. It can lay dormant for up to 40 years in the lungs and/or adrenals. Other doctors are claiming things like sarcoidosis IS disseminated histoplasmosis. My coworkers and I had GI problems, liver problems, weird rashes, plantar fasciitis, etc., and I started getting migraines and plantar fasciitis in the building, and haven't had them since I left. It gave me seizures and benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. I had symptoms of several autoimmune diseases, including Fibromyalgia, Sarcoidosis, ALS, MS, etc. that have disappeared since leaving the area and taking Itraconazole antifungal. No one, including doctors, could figure out what was wrong with us, and I was being killed by my doctor, who mistakenly refused to believe I had it and gave me Prednisone (at least 2 years after I already had Disseminated Histoplasmosis) after a positive ANA titer, until I miraculously remembered that a visiting man once told my elementary school class that bats CARRY histoplasmosis….so much of it that they evolved to deal with the photophobia and tinnitus it causes by hunting at night by echolocation. There’s a lot more. I wrote a book about my experience with Disseminated Histoplasmosis called “Batsh#t Crazy,” because bats shed the fungus in their feces and it causes delusions and hallucinations, I suspect by the sclerotia it can form emitting hallucinogens, along with inflammation in the CNS.

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