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Let’s begin with the possibility that the West Nile Virus may not exist. It’s described as a close relative of dengue and yellow fever, arriving in the United States in 1999. We read that most people who get it are asymptomatic, they’ll never know they have WNV. Only 20% show symptoms which may easily be mistaken for common ailments and only 1% of those wind up with a serious brain inflammation, encephalitis. There are some tantalizing clues that something else, perhaps an environmental toxin, may be the real culprit instead of a virus. John Rappoport recently reported that the actual West Nile virus hasn’t been found.
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