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Five Parasitic Communicable Diseases & Hulda Clark Zapper!

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Every year billions of peoples deprived from their lives because of different types of parasitic diseases. I want to discuss here some of parasitic infections. My list includes 5 diseases that are always or nearly always fatal.

Some of these diseases are well known and some are quite rare. Some of them have no treatment options available by medical practitioner and some other are treated by different kinds antibiotic, vaccination or other, however modern researches by CDC and World Health Organization proved that parasitic organisms have the ability to resist different types of antibiotics and other medicines so, death is a sure thing without appropriate and timely killing of pathogens.

According to dictionary definition of case-fatality rate the following communicable diseases have a case-fatality rate of one hundred or nearly 100 percent.

  1. Prion Disease

The prion diseases also called the transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSE).  Prion Disease is characterized by progressive, deterioration of the human brain. The human prion diseases are always fatal.The prion disease include Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and all its variants, Gerstmann-Staussler-Scheinker syndrome and kuru.

Human prion disease can be caused through your diet, water intake, surgery or blood transfusion, medical treatment and some are considered genetic.

  1. Naegleria fowleri

This Infection with a free-living amoeba known as Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis (PAM) and this is nearly 100 percent fatal disease if the amoeba not killed at early stages. The amoeba enters the brain through the nose while people participate in recreational water activities. The amoeba finds its way to the brain when water rushes up the nose and destroys the tissue of the brain.

Symptoms of this disease include severe frontal headache, hallucinations and fever.

  1. Rabies

This is a viral disease and the virus contact with the people through the bite of an infected animal. This is nearly 100% fatal if the virus not killed at earlier stages. The symptoms are headache, hydrophobia, fever, delirium and occasionally convulsions and if infected person not get rid then coma and death occurs.

Rabies is not a rare disease and every year almost 55,000 people die by this infection worldwide mostly in developing countries like Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.

  1. Septicemic and Pneumonic Plague

Septicemic and pneumonic plague is invariably fatal. Plague is actually caused by infection with the bacterium, Yersinia pestis. People typically get this infection from the bite of a plague-infected flea. With timely and appropriate way to kill the germs all plague can be countered.

  1. Untreated African Sleeping Sickness

This disease which is spreading in the world from certain areas of Africa is fatal if not get rid of germs. This is a parasitic disease caused by Trypanosoma species. This transmitted to people through the bite of the tse tse fly.

Symptoms are fever, headache and joint pain and if the parasite not killed the may result in problems of central nervous system. So, at this point confusion and a disturbed sleep cycle starts with infected person and without killing pathogens, coma and death will ensue.

Now! What is the way to get rid of all these pathogens if you are already experiencing the symptoms of parasitic infection? Here I am sharing with you my personal experience. I was also victim of parasites and suffering from Rabies. I again and again take bath and I was deprived from all the zest of my life as whole course of my life was disturbed. Then my friend Jim Stark suggests me about the Hulda Clark Zapper by ParaZapperhttps://huldaclarkparazapper.com/. Due to this amazing device I get rid of all those annoying and damaging parasites in few days.

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