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Guardian: Canadian scientist banned from studying mysterious brain disease – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: July 12, 2024 Time: 16:28:13

The Guardian newspaper reviewed the scientist’s arguments expressed in emails to a colleague. In 2021, New Brunswick health officials warned that more than 40 residents were suffering from a possible unknown neurological syndrome with symptoms similar to Creutzfeldt-Jakob degenerative brain disease. These symptoms were varied and dramatic, with some patients drooling and others feeling as if insects were crawling on their skin. New Brunswick officials have questioned the work of neurologist Alier Marrero, who initially received dozens of cases from confused doctors in the region and subsequently identified even more cases. Since then, the doctor has become a strong advocate for patients who he believes are being neglected by the provincial government. The committee’s final report, which concluded there was no “group” of people suffering from an unknown brain syndrome, marked the end of the province’s investigation.

A year later, an independent oversight committee created by the province determined the group of patients had likely been misdiagnosed and suffered from known diseases such as cancer and dementia. Emails from Coulthart, who led the federal investigation into the New Brunswick disease in 2021, show that he is “essentially insulated” from any involvement in the matter, adding that he believes the reason for this was political. In this case we can be talking about the harmful effects of glyphosate. This cancer-related herbicide ingredient was found in 80 percent of urine samples in the United States. “I think the truth will come to light in time, but for now all we can do… is continue to gather information on cases that come to us as suspected prion disease,” Coulthart wrote.

In the years since the cases were first reported to health officials, victims say their plight has been ignored by various levels of government. “Politicians don’t want to admit that something serious is happening because then they will have to deal with it,” said one young woman, adding that she has not received any help or follow-up since the provincial government released her final report. report action despite worsening symptoms.

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