Canada.. A mysterious disease that causes frightening visual disturbances like seeing the dead

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Doctors in Canada have monitored dozens of cases of an unknown disease in New Brunswick, according to the New York Times.

Canadian doctors have hit a dead end in their attempts to uncover the origins of the new disease, which was first spotted in 2015 and has since infected at least 50 people.

The “New York Times” confirmed that the mysterious disease causes the emergence of a range of symptoms; Including: (anxiety, depression, mental decline that develops at a rapid pace, muscle pain, insomnia), in addition to frightening visual disturbances such as seeing the dead.

In all, Canadian doctors revealed that at least 48 people were infected with the mysterious disease, aged between 18 and 84, and six of them died.

The newspaper pointed out that the majority of patients are residents of Moncton and the Acadian Peninsula.

Its symptoms reflect the brain and spinal cord losing control of the body, said Neil Cashman, a neurologist at the University of British Columbia, who is investigating the origins of the new disease. He described it as appalling.

With doctors unable to agree on the origins of the mysterious disease and how it is transmitted between humans; New Brunswick residents are increasingly concerned about the topic.

The New York Times noted that the Canadian health authorities, who have focused their efforts in the past 15 months on fighting the Corona virus pandemic; She had to deal with the new outbreak as well after a memo by New Brunswick’s chief medical officer was leaked to the media.

Canada.. A mysterious disease that causes frightening visual disturbances like seeing the dead

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Doctors in Canada have monitored dozens of cases of an unknown disease in New Brunswick, according to the New York Times.

Canadian doctors have hit a dead end in their attempts to uncover the origins of the new disease, which was first spotted in 2015, and has since infected at least 50 people.

The “New York Times” confirmed that the mysterious disease causes the emergence of a range of symptoms; These include: (anxiety, depression, mental decline that develops at a rapid pace, muscle pain, insomnia), in addition to frightening visual disturbances such as seeing the dead.

In all, Canadian doctors revealed that at least 48 people were infected with the mysterious disease, aged between 18 and 84, and six of them died.

The newspaper pointed out that the majority of patients are residents of Moncton and the Acadian Peninsula.

Its symptoms reflect the brain and spinal cord losing control of the body, said Neil Cashman, a neurologist at the University of British Columbia, who is investigating the origins of the new disease. He described it as appalling.

With doctors unable to agree on the origins of the mysterious disease and how it is transmitted between humans; New Brunswick residents are increasingly concerned about the topic.

The New York Times noted that the Canadian health authorities, who have focused their efforts in the past 15 months on fighting the Corona virus pandemic, have focused on fighting the Corona virus. She had to deal with the new outbreak as well after a memo by New Brunswick’s chief medical officer was leaked to the media.

June 06, 2021 – Shawwal 25, 1442

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Doctors in Canada have monitored dozens of cases of an unknown disease in New Brunswick, according to the New York Times.

Canadian doctors have hit a dead end in their attempts to uncover the origins of the new disease, which was first spotted in 2015, and has since infected at least 50 people.

The “New York Times” confirmed that the mysterious disease causes the emergence of a range of symptoms; Including: (anxiety, depression, mental decline that develops at a rapid pace, muscle pain, insomnia), in addition to frightening visual disturbances such as seeing the dead.

In all, Canadian doctors revealed that at least 48 people aged between 18 and 84 were diagnosed with the mysterious disease, and six of them died.

The newspaper pointed out that the majority of patients are residents of Moncton and the Acadian Peninsula.

Its symptoms reflect the brain and spinal cord losing control of the body, said University of British Columbia neurologist Neil Cashman, who is investigating the origins of the new disease. He described it as appalling.

With doctors unable to agree on the origins of the mysterious disease and how it is transmitted between humans; New Brunswick residents are increasingly concerned about the topic.

The New York Times noted that the Canadian health authorities, who have focused their efforts in the past 15 months on fighting the Corona virus pandemic, have focused on fighting the Corona virus. She had to deal with the new outbreak as well after a memo by New Brunswick’s chief medical officer was leaked to the media.





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