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Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.

 
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Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.
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MUTOS! Get the sentinels!
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I hope those kids are ready to be locked up in a government lab.
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Sounds like a mutation you can keep

Early in life, they each had a complex disorder characterized by dysmorphic facial features, generalized hypotonia, seizures, global developmental delay, cerebral atrophy, a small corpus callosum, optic-nerve atrophy, sensorineural hearing loss, hypoplastic genitalia, chronic constipation, and recurrent bone fractures; severe hypogammaglobulinemia was also diagnosed. The patients were evaluated for the frequency of febrile episodes, confirmed or suspected infections, receipt of antibiotics or intravenous immune globulin, and complications associated with infectious diseases and live viral vaccines. Patient 1 had had two invasive infections: a pneumococcal pneumonia with empyema (no previous pneumococcal vaccination) at the age of 9 years and a nosocomial Staphylococcus aureus osteomyelitis after surgical osteosynthesis at the age of 10 years; Patient 2 had had two episodes of otitis media (at 4 and 5 years of age), the first one with effusion, and had had one urinary tract infection (>105 colony-forming units of Escherichia coli per milliliter) at the age of 6 years. No other severe or recurrent infections were reported, and no long-term anti-infectious therapies were reported. The patients had no complications after routine vaccinations, including live viral vaccines. Patient 1 has attended a special education program since kindergarten and has therefore presumably been exposed to infectious diseases; Patient 2 is homeschooled owing to a more severe neurologic phenotype.
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Sounds like a mutation you can keep

Early in life, they each had a complex disorder characterized by dysmorphic facial features, generalized hypotonia, seizures, global developmental delay, cerebral atrophy, a small corpus callosum, optic-nerve atrophy, sensorineural hearing loss, hypoplastic genitalia, chronic constipation, and recurrent bone fractures; severe hypogammaglobulinemia was also diagnosed. The patients were evaluated for the frequency of febrile episodes, confirmed or suspected infections, receipt of antibiotics or intravenous immune globulin, and complications associated with infectious diseases and live viral vaccines. Patient 1 had had two invasive infections: a pneumococcal pneumonia with empyema (no previous pneumococcal vaccination) at the age of 9 years and a nosocomial Staphylococcus aureus osteomyelitis after surgical osteosynthesis at the age of 10 years; Patient 2 had had two episodes of otitis media (at 4 and 5 years of age), the first one with effusion, and had had one urinary tract infection (>105 colony-forming units of Escherichia coli per milliliter) at the age of 6 years. No other severe or recurrent infections were reported, and no long-term anti-infectious therapies were reported. The patients had no complications after routine vaccinations, including live viral vaccines. Patient 1 has attended a special education program since kindergarten and has therefore presumably been exposed to infectious diseases; Patient 2 is homeschooled owing to a more severe neurologic phenotype.
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YES! i was waiting on this to happen. (we all have our signs)

Bless those poor kids for being the first gen and having all the horrible side effects.
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Interesting stuff. Thanks for sharing OP
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this those GM babies.
these are lab kids.



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I bet this is from GMO improved foods. This is only the beginning.

God bless Monsanto
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Where are the kids from? I can't open the link.

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The geese with the golden egg's are born!! Bring me one..
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I've been Hepatitis C positive for years without side effects on the liver.. Medics call it "past infection".
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(yet I've never received a treatment for it)
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Re: Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.
I know of a similar case where kid had facial abnormalities, equilibrium issues, petit mal seizures, was in special ed.

Never contracted viruses or infections until puberty.

Then small short colds and everything else except some physical attributes disappeared. Moved to main stream school as a straight A student.

Mutants, hybrids, millenials?

Who knows, but it's curious.

There's some woman in California? who claims to have a mutant gene that makes her immune to every infectious disease on the planet. She also claims government abduction, experimentation, and attempted termination. Sounded crazy at the time... but now?

abduct
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this those GM babies.
these are lab kids.



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^^^^This.....engineered babies.....
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zombies
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I bet this is from GMO improved foods. This is only the beginning.

God bless Monsanto
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I do hope that's sarcasm! What a future - the world populated by Epsilons.
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We need to crack the brain code so we can begin cybernetic enhancement. It's the only way we can combat these freaks.
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we do not need cybernetic enhancement as its exactly what "freaks in the government" need
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Re: Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.
It is not like they will ever be deliberately given herpes, HIV or Hep C etc, so it is only guess work they are actually immune.
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Re: Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.
I'm not sure how to say what I'm trying to say...

Anyone want to make a wager on these kids being Rh-?

I know I can't find any solid proof but I'm having a hard time finding anyone with AIDS (not HIV) who is Rh-...

Rh- are different...and I don't mean in the reptilian way either...the Rh- can carry certain diseases and can pass those on to others but rarely are they themselves affected by those diseases....

Sorry if ^^THIS is considered derailing...I know the blood thing can invite trolls/shills...
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Interesting.... there goes their childhood.........
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Re: Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.
I'm not sure how to say what I'm trying to say...

Anyone want to make a wager on these kids being Rh-?

I know I can't find any solid proof but I'm having a hard time finding anyone with AIDS (not HIV) who is Rh-...

Rh- are different...and I don't mean in the reptilian way either...the Rh- can carry certain diseases and can pass those on to others but rarely are they themselves affected by those diseases....

Sorry if ^^THIS is considered derailing...I know the blood thing can invite trolls/shills...
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You can't find anyone with HIV/AIDS that is Rh-....my God woman try taking an Anatomy and Physiology class and you will fins out why. Immunity has nothing to do with the Rh factor (blood clotting is its specialty).
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Re: Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.
This is really interesting to me because I was born with Agammaglobulinemia, which is basically very low immunoglobulins. People with this usually receive IgG replacement therapy and should not receive live vaccinations as they can contract that disease.

These kids are severe hypoagammaglobulinemia, I wonder what treatment they have received for this and if they were ever given any vaccines.

If they have never gotten vaccines and received IgG replacement therapy could that maybe explain why they have not contracted anything major?

When was younger I always thought that the therapy would help with diseases such as Aids.....
~With forethought and malice Whitless enacted an EO giving nursing homes immunity from wrongful death prosecutions, forced them to take in infected patients and is responsible for over 6500+ nursing home deaths~
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Eh
It's just VIRAL CAMPAIGN for this:

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Sounds like a mutation you can keep

Early in life, they each had a complex disorder characterized by dysmorphic facial features, generalized hypotonia, seizures, global developmental delay, cerebral atrophy, a small corpus callosum, optic-nerve atrophy, sensorineural hearing loss, hypoplastic genitalia, chronic constipation, and recurrent bone fractures; severe hypogammaglobulinemia was also diagnosed. The patients were evaluated for the frequency of febrile episodes, confirmed or suspected infections, receipt of antibiotics or intravenous immune globulin, and complications associated with infectious diseases and live viral vaccines. Patient 1 had had two invasive infections: a pneumococcal pneumonia with empyema (no previous pneumococcal vaccination) at the age of 9 years and a nosocomial Staphylococcus aureus osteomyelitis after surgical osteosynthesis at the age of 10 years; Patient 2 had had two episodes of otitis media (at 4 and 5 years of age), the first one with effusion, and had had one urinary tract infection (>105 colony-forming units of Escherichia coli per milliliter) at the age of 6 years. No other severe or recurrent infections were reported, and no long-term anti-infectious therapies were reported. The patients had no complications after routine vaccinations, including live viral vaccines. Patient 1 has attended a special education program since kindergarten and has therefore presumably been exposed to infectious diseases; Patient 2 is homeschooled owing to a more severe neurologic phenotype.
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Re: Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.
I'm not sure how to say what I'm trying to say...

Anyone want to make a wager on these kids being Rh-?

I know I can't find any solid proof but I'm having a hard time finding anyone with AIDS (not HIV) who is Rh-...

Rh- are different...and I don't mean in the reptilian way either...the Rh- can carry certain diseases and can pass those on to others but rarely are they themselves affected by those diseases....

Sorry if ^^THIS is considered derailing...I know the blood thing can invite trolls/shills...
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


You can't find anyone with HIV/AIDS that is Rh-....my God woman try taking an Anatomy and Physiology class and you will fins out why. Immunity has nothing to do with the Rh factor (blood clotting is its specialty).
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I appreciate your concern but I don't need anymore schooling :)

I've already participated about $65k worth...I prefer to do my own studies/research and not regurgitate what others think they know...

Besides, everywhere we look now-days, the text books were wrong....
What doesn't kill me only makes me stronger...
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Re: Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.
This is really interesting to me because I was born with Agammaglobulinemia, which is basically very low immunoglobulins. People with this usually receive IgG replacement therapy and should not receive live vaccinations as they can contract that disease.

These kids are severe hypoagammaglobulinemia, I wonder what treatment they have received for this and if they were ever given any vaccines.

If they have never gotten vaccines and received IgG replacement therapy could that maybe explain why they have not contracted anything major?

When was younger I always thought that the therapy would help with diseases such as Aids.....
 Quoting: ~KPM~


Wow...very interesting...

I think you're on to something here...
What doesn't kill me only makes me stronger...
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Re: Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.
This is really interesting to me because I was born with Agammaglobulinemia, which is basically very low immunoglobulins. People with this usually receive IgG replacement therapy and should not receive live vaccinations as they can contract that disease.

These kids are severe hypoagammaglobulinemia, I wonder what treatment they have received for this and if they were ever given any vaccines.

If they have never gotten vaccines and received IgG replacement therapy could that maybe explain why they have not contracted anything major?

When was younger I always thought that the therapy would help with diseases such as Aids.....
 Quoting: ~KPM~


Wow...very interesting...

I think you're on to something here...
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I never got vaccines and when I was first diagnosed a boy about the same age as me had the same thing but was never diagnosed, he received shots and wound up losing the arm the small pox shot was in and various other body parts. I remember my mom showing me the news article and was so grateful I had been diagnosed early.
My kids were not vaccinated because they had lower immunoglobulins but my third child, born in Texas, was subjected to the first shots. The doctor in Texas refused to believe me and said I would not be allowed to bring him home without the shots.
He was deathly ill, got the chicken pox at 3 weeks old and had a double ear infection for starters.
Thank God we moved back to Michigan and my old pediatrician took over.
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Re: Two kids with a mutation in the gene encoding MOGS immune to many viruses including influenza, herpes, dengue fever, hepatitis C, and HIV.
I'm not sure how to say what I'm trying to say...

Anyone want to make a wager on these kids being Rh-?

I know I can't find any solid proof but I'm having a hard time finding anyone with AIDS (not HIV) who is Rh-...

Rh- are different...and I don't mean in the reptilian way either...the Rh- can carry certain diseases and can pass those on to others but rarely are they themselves affected by those diseases....

Sorry if ^^THIS is considered derailing...I know the blood thing can invite trolls/shills...
 Quoting: Tampa Heather


You can't find anyone with HIV/AIDS that is Rh-....my God woman try taking an Anatomy and Physiology class and you will fins out why. Immunity has nothing to do with the Rh factor (blood clotting is its specialty).
 Quoting: Baroness


I appreciate your concern but I don't need anymore schooling :)

I've already participated about $65k worth...I prefer to do my own studies/research and not regurgitate what others think they know...

Besides, everywhere we look now-days, the text books were wrong....
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So you spent $65k on an education you say yourself is contradictory? That is prime idiocy.
And that $65k didn't teach you something that is learned in every A&P class across the globe? You paid for this?!?

Yeah, I'd be pretty pissed if I spent that much on a sub par education. What community college did you attend that it cost that much?
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Actually, no. Their parents were nonconsanguineous -- that is, blood-related.
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We need to crack the brain code so we can begin cybernetic enhancement. It's the only way we can combat these freaks.
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These "freaks" are evolving natural cures to diseases that science either cant or wont cure. It's awesome.





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