DNA and Mitochondrial Time Bombs: Uranium and Mercury
Diabetes is a fundamental disease that affects the entire colony of cells in a person because it has to do with energy metabolism and the vastly important hormone insulin and its receptor sites.
The strongest hypothesis to explain why diabetes might increase the risk for certain cancers revolves around hyperinsulinemia, the high blood levels of insulin characteristic of diabetes. "From animal studies we know that high insulin levels can directly promote tumor growth," said Frank Hu, M.D., assistant professor of nutrition at the Harvard University School of Public Health, Boston. Hu and colleagues concluded in a 1999 paper, based on data from the Nurses' Health Study, that diabetes conferred an increased risk of colorectal cancer in women. Patients with diabetes were 1.43 times more likely to get colorectal cancer, and 2.39 times as likely to die of colorectal cancer.
Both mercury and uranium oxide are floating in the environment like invisible clouds that have spread out everywhere. They are raining down on us, damaging and damning our future.
Chemical effects – Uranium is chemically very toxic.
Type Two Diabetes is an increasingly prevalent disease in the world, especially the United States, where the number of new patients grew 49% between 1991 and 2000.
to add to increasing diabetes in the region as well as globally.
Researchers at the Paediatric Hospital A. Meyer, Florence, Italy studied this question by assessing the incidence of the disease in children in Gomel, Belarus, in the years subsequent to the Chernobyl disaster. The results of the study seem to confirm the hypothesis of the influence of environmental pollution subsequent to the Chernobyl accident can cause diabetes.
Mass screening for diabetes mellitus has been conducted on 64,000 - 113,000 atomic bomb survivors resident in Hiroshima City since 1961. From 1971 to 1992 a 2.7-fold increase in the prevalence of diabetes mellitus was observed in males and a 3.2-fold increase in females.
Liquidators of the aftermath of the Chernobyl accident (LCA) who had worked within the 30-km zone for not more than 3 months in 1986, and early in the year 1987, were examined in 1988-1992 and again in 1997-1998. Hyperinsulinemia was recordable in these workers with normal and abnormal body mass index for the space of 3 to 12 years after the accident. Hyperinsulinemia, as the researchers saw it, was related to direct or indirect action of irradiation because those persons with prior acute psychogenic stress and healthy people have been found to be free from hyperinsulinemia. The possibility cannot be ruled out that hyperinsulinemia is a predictor of increased body weight gain and obesity in these workers.
It's literally raining mercury and the government is still exploding uranium weapons on American soil but the CDC is only concerned about influenza and the bird flu. Because of this they themselves are recklessly adding to our already heavy body burdens of mercury insisting we get our yearly flu shot which has about 3,000 trillion atoms of mercury in it (25 mcgs).