February 15, 2016

Argentine and Brazilian doctors suspect mosquito insecticide as cause of microcephaly

With the proposed connection between the Zika virus and Brazil's outbreak of microcephaly in new born babies looking increasingly tenuous, Latin American doctors are proposing another possible cause: Pyriproxyfen, a pesticide used in Brazil since 2014 to arrest the development of mosquito larvae in drinking water tanks. Might the 'cure' in fact be the poison?

The World Health Organization view that the microcephaly outbreak in Brazil's impoverished northeast is caused by the Zika virus has, so far, received few challenges. Read more.


REPORT from Physicians in the Crop-Sprayed Town regarding Dengue-Zika, microcephaly, and massive spraying with chemical poisons - Reduas
Technical note on microcephaly and vector related diseases Aedes aegypti: the dangers of approaches with larvicides and chemical sprays - fogging (translated | original) - Abrasco

Zika Or Insecticide Pyriproxyfen Behind Microcephaly Cases? - Activist Post
- Jon Rappoport Dissects the Zika Hype (video) - Corbett Report

Artsen geloven dat niet muggen maar insecticiden verantwoordelijk zijn voor misvormde 'zika'-baby's - NewsMonkey

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