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Many drugs are known to cause leukaemias

MagazineApril 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 1)Many drugs are known to cause leukaemias

Re WDDTY vol 15 no 11, I hope Mrs S

Re WDDTY vol 15 no 11, I hope Mrs S. Ruffell's granddaughter recovers from the leukaemia caused by the MMR jab plus some prescribed drugs.

On 11 January 1989, I had questions asked in the UK Parliament on the causes of blood disorders that are precursor conditions to leukaemia. One answer was that aplastic anaemia, the most serious of the disorders, was known to be caused by nearly 200 prescribed drugs as well as exposure to toxic chemicals and radiation.

The drugs Mrs Ruffell reports as being given to her granddaughter - an antibiotic for a septic finger and an antihistamine for an allergic reaction to the antibiotic - are both listed to cause blood disorders that are precursors to cancers, including leukaemia. - Edward Priestly, via e-mail


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