"Whole blood samples were collected from 12 individuals between the ages of 10 and 66 on September 13 and 27, 2010, November 1, 22 and 29, 2010 and December 6, 2010. The individuals consisted of 10 and 11 year old males, four adult males and six adult females. The individuals were male and female cleanup workers on Orange Beach, Alabama, male and female crabbers from the Biloxi, Mississippi area and individuals living on Perdido Key, Alabama. The blood samples were analyzed for Volatile Solvents by Method 0762, by Metametrix Clinical Laboratory in Duluth, Georgia."
'Evaluation of the Results of Whole Blood Volatile Solvents Testing 3';
"Victims of the massive Joplin, Missouri, tornado are finding this out now along with the rest of the world. Days after the EF5 tornado devastated the town, people started getting sick and dying from a rare fungus. The CDC is now investigating how this fungus appeared and why it is killing already wounded victims of the tornado. To date, at least twelve people have been sickened with the fungus, and three people have died due to their injuries from the tornado and the fungus.
The rare fungus is called Mucormycosis. It’s aggressive and rare. It’s so uncommon that even the nation’s largest hospitals might see only one or two cases a year. According to the CDC, they have never seen a cluster as large as the group of sick people in Joplin."
'Fungal infections follow tornado as threat';http://www.wral.com/weather/blogpost/9756060/
'CDC Studying Deadly Fungus After Joplin, Mo., Tornado';
'Joplin Secret Morgue' 2011... Video includes a story about mystery "gelatinous rain" and sickness... Gov experiment in 1994???
"This video needs to go viral ASAP";