The role of Chlamydia Pneumoniae and Helicobacter Pylori in the causality of “tobacco-related” diseases | Bibliography
Article Published: 2008
Further Information The role of Chlamydia Pneumoniae and Helicobacter Pylori in the causality of “tobacco-related” diseases has been suspected for a long time and it is becoming clearer every day. The health “authorities,” of course, underplay the role of these confounders when they do not hide it all together, thus misinforming the public. That is because the role of “public health” has shifted from being an instrument of education to becoming an agent of behaviour modification through propaganda. The function of propaganda is not truth relling but brainwashing. The "authorities" wish to indoctrinate you into their ideological beliefs and prejudices. They demand that you adopt the behaviours they prescribe from on high.
Below is a list of studies on Chlamydia and Helicobacter concerning their influence in diseases including many which are often called “tobacco-related” diseases.
Association of Chlamydial Infection With Cerebrovascular Disease - Martin L.J. Wimmer, MD; Ruth Sandmann-Strupp, MO; Pekka Saikku, MD. OMS; Roman L. Haberl, MD.
Association of Helicobacter pylori and Chlamydia pneumoniae infections with coronary heart disease and cardiovascular risk factors - P Patel, M A Mendall, D Carrington, D P Srrachan, E Leatham, N Molineaux,J Levy, C Blakeston, C A Seymour, AJ Carom, T C Northfield
Benefits from Elimination of Helicobacter pylori Infection Include Major Reduction in the Incidence of Peptic Ulcer Disease, Gastric Cancer, and Primary Gastric Lymphoma - David Y. Graham, M.D.
Relation of Helicobacter pylori infection and coronary heart disease - Michael A Mendall, Patrick M Goggin, Nicola Molineaux, Joanna Levy, T Toosy, David Strachan, A John Camm, Timothy C Northfield
Chlamydia pneumoniae: Risk Factors for Seropositivity and Association with Coronary Heart Disease - M. A. Mendall, D. Carrington, D. Strachan, P. Patel, N. Molineaux, J. Levi, T. Toosev. A. J. Camm and T. C. Northfield
Helicobacter Pylori, Consensus Reached, Peptic Ulcer Is On The Way To Becoming An Historic Disease – American Journal of Gastroenterology editorial Please note: antismoking propaganda attempted to “attribute” gastric ulcer to smoking to “beef up” the public emotional impact, but the fact that ulcer had absolutely nothing to do with smoking could not be contained, and the propaganda was dropped. *
Helicobacter pylori infection: relation with cardiovascular risk factors, ischaemic heart disease, and social class - Liam J Murray, Kathy B Bamford, Dermot P J O'Reilly, Evelyn E McCrum, Alun E Evans
Helicobaeter pylori seropositivity in subjects with acute myocardial infarction - Barrie Rathbone, Daniel Martin, Jonathan Stephens, John R Thompson, Nilcsh J Samani
Hyperhomocysteinaemia, Helicobaeter pylori, and coronary heart disease - J J Y Sung, J E Sanderson
* Please note: antismoking propaganda attempted to “attribute” gastric ulcer to smoking to “beef up” the public emotional impact against the habit, but the fact that smoking had absolutely nothing to do with ulcer could not be contained, and the propaganda was reluctantly scaled back, and modified as to reflect that “ Smoking also increases people’s risk of infection from a bacterium called Helicobacter pylori and increases the risk of ulceration from alcohol and over-the-counter pain relievers”, as well as “ Cigarette smoking delays ulcer healing: role of constitutive nitric oxide synthase in ”. The information is devious and utterly false, of course, but it helps the holy crusade against the only “epidemic” from which not even one death in the world can be scientifically demonstrated. rat stomach