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1,099.  Life is an incurable disease.  (Life’s Like That & Disease)  Abraham Cowley 1618-67

 

 

5,774.  The new scourge – syphilis.  To this day we don’t know where syphilis came from.  (Evolution & Disease & Humanity)  Jacob Bronowski, The Ascent of Man 4/13: The Hidden Structure, BBC 1973

 

 

5,967.  This really could be as far as we go ... We’d need to keep in control of disease for ever.  (Evolution & Disease)  Dr Alice Roberts, Horizon: Are We Still Evolving?  BBC 2011 

 

 

8,666.  Festering disease.  Raging pestilence.  And agonizing death.  But what if the source for all this very human suffering has a strangely non-human origin?  (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Disease & Plagues)  Ancient Aliens s3e7: Aliens, Plagues and Epidemics, History 2011

 

8,667.  Like the plague of Athens, the Justinian Plague was accompanied by multiple reports of strange sightings in the sky.  (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Disease & Plagues)  ibid.

 

8,669. The Spanish Influenza eventually disappeared just as quickly as it arrived.  (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Disease & Plagues & Flu)  ibid.

 

8,670.  Peru: This event suggested that microbes and other living organisms not of this world existed elsewhere in the universe.  (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Disease & Peru)  ibid.

 

8,672.  Morgellons Disease … Sufferers of the mysterious disease complain of neurological problems similar to multiple sclerosis.  (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Disease)  ibid.

 

 

9,016.  The return of highly contagious diseases.  And is your child at risk?  (Children & Disease & Vaccine)  Tonight: Are Your Kids Contagious?  ITV 2012

 

9,017.  Britain could be facing a widespread outbreak of measles.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine)  ibid.

 

9,018.  In the fifties and sixties measles was common.  There was an epidemic every couple of years.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine)  ibid.

 

9,019.  In 1965 over a hundred people died from measles.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine)  ibid.

 

9,020.  In 1988 the MMR triple vaccine was introduced.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine)  ibid.

 

9,021.  Why are parents turning their backs on vaccines?  (Children & Disease & Vaccine)  ibid.

 

 

9,022.  They are hailed as Medicine’s greatest triumph ... But today some Americans question if all those vaccines are worth the risk.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine)  Frontline: The Vaccine War, PBS 2010

 

9,023.  The result: outbreaks of infectious diseases not seen for a generation.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine)  ibid.

 

9,024.  The science and politics of a bitter vaccine war.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine)  ibid.

 

9,025.  One fear has come to dominate the vaccine war: the fear that vaccines are responsible for autism.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine & Autism)  ibid.

 

9,026.  Vaccine critics question not only MMR but the many ingredients in vaccines.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine & Autism)  ibid.

 

9,027.  Children who didn’t get the shot had the same risk of developing autism as those who did.  The team published the findings in the New England Journal of Medicine.  Other studies carried out by researchers in Sweden, Finland, Britain and the US also found no association between MMR and autism.  Additional evidence came from Japan.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine & Autism)  ibid.

 

9,118.  When enough people don’t vaccinate, herd immunity begins to crumble.  (Children & Disease & Vaccine)  ibid.

 

 

9,223.  We all labour against our own cure, for death is the cure of all diseases.  (Death & Disease)  Sir Thomas Browne, Religio Medici

 

 

24,514.  There’s some sort of disease aboard the Enterprise, and it’s spreading.  (Star Trek: The Next Generation & Disease)  Star Trek: The Next Generation s7e19: Genesis, medic

 

 

25,133.  He wants to screen you for the disease.  (Star Trek: Voyager & Disease)  Star Trek: Voyager s1e15: Jetrel, Janeway to Neelix

 

 

25,233.  Something in the planet’s environment is shielding you from the effects of the virus.  If you leave, you risk a recurrence of the disease.  (Star Trek: Voyager & Disease)  Star Trek: Voyager s2e25: Resolutions, Doctor to Janeway & Chakotay

 

 

25,295.  You have contracted a disease: the Vidiian Phage.  (Star Trek: Voyager & Disease)  Star Trek: Voyager s3e15: Coda, Doctor to Janeway

 

 

30,739.  There are just so many diseases you can catch.  (England & Elizabeth I & Disease)  Dr Ian Mortimer, The Time Traveller’s Guide to Elizabethan England I: The Common People, BBC 2013

 

 

31,176.  In reality children had never been more vulnerable.  This was the great age of epidemic: tuberculosis, scarlet fever and typhoid killed thousands of children every year.  No amount of money or prayer could keep death from the door.  (England & Great Britain & Disease & Children & Epidemic)  Jeremy Paxman: The Victorians: Home Sweet Home, BBC 2009

 

 

35,828.  The bottom line of this whole thing is one world government.  Ein vote, ein right, ein Fuhrer.  They want one world, one currency, one race, one religion and if you ever read anything from Global 2000 you’ll find out that they plan to reduce the population of this planet by 25% by the year 2000.  And how they going to do that?  Designer diseases.  (New World Order & Disease & Globalisation)  Anthony J Hilder, interview Lucifer 2000

 

 

42,982.  Addiction is a choice; it’s not a disease ... Addiction is a behaviour ... Addiction and alcoholism do not meet that criteria for a disease classification.  (Alcohol & Addiction & Disease)  Dr Jeffrey A Schaler

 

 

70,248.  No disease that can be treated by diet should be treated with any other means.  (Diet & Disease)  Maimonides

 

 

70,345.  Syphilis was the great Pox.  And the fear of syphilis in Victorian England was prevalent.  Dr Alan Bates, Royal Free Hospital

 

 

70,346.  I am a sick man ... I am a spiteful man.  I am an unpleasant man.  I think my liver is diseased.  However, I don’t know beans about my disease, and I am not sure what is bothering me.  I don’t treat it and never have, though I respect medicine and doctors.  Besides, I am extremely superstitious, let’s say sufficiently so to respect medicine.  (I am educated enough not to be superstitious, but I am.)  No, I refuse to treat it out of spite.  You probably will not understand that.  Well, but I understand it.  Of course I can’t explain to you just whom I am annoying in this case by my spite.  I am perfectly well aware that I cannot ‘get even’ with the doctors by not consulting them.  I know better than anyone that I thereby injure only myself and no-one else.  But still, if I don't treat it, it’s is out of spite.  My liver is bad, well then – let it get even worse!  Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Notes From Underground

 

 

70,347.  Cure the disease and kill the patient.  Francis Bacon, Essays 1625 ‘Of Friendship’

 

 

70,348.  Confront disease at its onset.  Persius, Satires III i 64

 

 

70,349.  Diseases desperate grown

By desperate appliance are relieved

Or not at all.  William Shakespeare, Hamlet IV iii 9-11, King to attendants

 

 

70,350.  If a lot of cures are suggested for a disease, it means that the disease is incurable.  Anton Chekhov, Uncle Vanya

 

 

70,351.  All over the world people are being afflicted with terrifying symptoms of a seemingly new disease ... ‘I noticed these bizarre filaments coming out of the lesions.’   The Unexplained Files, Discovery Science 2013

 

70,352.  More than 20,000 people around the world claim the same set of symptoms – sores that cover the body, chronic fatigue, and strangest of all mysterious multi-coloured fibres that seem to sprout from under their skin.  In 2002 a victim’s mother named the unexplained condition Morgellons.  ibid.

 

70,353.  The mystery fibres don’t appears to be textiles of any kind.  ibid.

 

 

70,354.  A physician’s subject of study is necessarily the patient, and his first field for observation is the hospital.  But if clinical observation teaches him to know the form and course of diseases, it cannot suffice to make him understand their nature; to this end he must penetrate into the body to find which of the internal parts are injured in their functions.  That is why dissection of cadavers and microscopic study of diseases were soon added to clinical observation.  But to-day these various methods no longer suffice; we must push investigation further and, in analysing the elementary phenomena of organic bodies, must compare normal with abnormal states.  We showed elsewhere how incapable is anatomy alone to take account of vital phenomena, and we saw that we must add study of all physico-chemical conditions which contribute necessary elements to normal or pathological manifestations of life.  This simple suggestion already makes us feel that the laboratory of a physiologist-physician must be the most complicated of all laboratories, because he has to experiment with phenomena of life which are the most complex of all natural phenomena.  Claude Bernard, An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine, 1865

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