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Kuru Disease

Syrian Muslims infected with Kuru, a disease of cannibals

Syrian Muslims Infected With Kuru, a Disease of Cannibals--pongy TSE-infected brain tissue

Hillary has KURU Disease from Child Cannibalism - The symptoms of Hillary's illness along with her Spirit Cooking & satanic pedophile activities related to Molech and Pagan practices which may have included CANNIBALISM point to a diagnosis of KURU disease - a very rare INCURABLE brain disorder.

When People Ate People, A Strange Disease Emerged

For decades, a rare disease crawled across Papua New Guinea. When scientists…

Kuru – Cannabalism and Disease - Cannibalism has been practised throughout recorded human history, as a part of sacrificial or burial rituals, as means of survival, or in traditional medicine, from as far back as Homo antecessor, the earliest known human species in Europe 800, 000 – 1 million years ago. Click pin to read the full article at sciencenutshell.com

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How a tribe who ate their dead relative's brains can help us understand Alzheimer's

@PacificCove How a tribe who ate their dead relative's brains can help us understand Alzheimer's The practice was outlawed in the 1950s, and the kuru epidemic began to recede. But in its wake it left a curious and irreversible mark on the Fore, one that has implications far beyond Papua New Guinea: After years of eating brains, some Fore have developed a genetic resistance to the molecule that causes several fatal brain diseases, including kuru, mad cow disease and some cases of dementia…

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Eating human brains helped Papua New Guinea tribe resist disease, research shows

People of the Fore tribe, studied by scientists from Britain and Papua New Guinea, have developed genetic resistance to a mad cow-like disease called kuru, which was spread mostly by the now abandoned ritual of eating relatives’ brains at funerals. Experts say the cannibalistic practice led to a major epidemic of kuru prion disease among the Fore people, which at its height in the late 1950s caused the death of up to 2% of the population each year. In findings published in the scientific…

When People Ate People, A Strange Disease Emerged

Cannibalism: When People Ate People, A Strange Disease Emerged : The Salt : NPR

Scientists find mutation that protects against 'mad cow' disease

Scientists have found a genetic mutation that imparts complete protection against the human form of “mad cow” disease, which could lead to new ways of tackling similar incurable brain diseases.

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