12 Students With Tourette’s-Like Symptoms
‘Scary’ CDC Diagnosed Cases of Tourette Syndrome Map
“We do have some answers. We will share as much as we can without sharing the diagnosis. We can’t do that, that’s not right, but it’s a federal issue, but it’s not right.”
Dr. Greg Young, New York State Health Department
A rather intriguing report from New York state which seems, so far, to mimic the plotline of a ‘demonic possession’ movie. The real life ‘plot’:
Twelve high school girls in the Leroy Central School District located between Rochester and Buffalo have come down with ‘Tourette’s-like’ symptoms. According to WGRZ.com, at a Wednesday meeting for frightened parents school administrators said:
“All 12 students have been diagnosed and are being treated. They are not releasing causes due to HIPPA laws. They said they found similarities among some cases but wouldn’t elaborate.”
Is this a true statement? Not exactly.
Some parents at the meeting were not satisfied by the response they got from officials. Jim DuPont spoke about his concerns afterwards. He said his daughter has missed almost every day of school in the past month.
“Now she has to be tutored,” said DuPont. “And I worry about her future. She’s only 17. She can’t even drive now.” DuPont said his daughter is being treated by a neurologist, but still hasn’t gotten a diagnosis.
DuPont says she has never exhibited any symptoms like this before. “It’s heartbreaking because you know her normal mannerisms,” he said.
Based on the news reports this was an onset of Tourette-like symptoms in 12 high school girls in the same school district which could be classified as a ‘cluster’. The event under investigation by the CDC.
The ‘Tourette’s-Like Illness’ moniker used by the press, not by the New York Health State Department who, in the Wednesday night meeting with fearful parents, claimed there is a ‘diagnosis’ which we can’t share due to federal HIPAA privacy laws. Not so ‘private’ the rather alarming CDC ‘Diagnosed Tourette Syndrome Map’ of the United States with a nearly four times higher rate of Tourette Syndrome diagnosis in the Northeast versus the West. A map which doesn’t explain why a
‘Tourette’s-like’ cluster has popped up in a localized area, Leroy, New York. Still fuzzy, the ‘diagnosis’ that New York Health Department can’t share with concerned parents due to federal privacy laws, HIPAA.
Amazing, isn’t it, how a possible neurological disorder that’s appeared in a cluster falls under HIPAA rules?
Would the same rules apply if the students contracted a flu-like virus, i.e., the new strain of H1N1 Flu virus, H3N2v?
Tics are classified as either simple or complex. Simple motor tics are sudden, brief, repetitive movements that involve a limited number of muscle groups. Some of the more common simple tics include eye blinking and other eye movements, facial grimacing, shoulder shrugging, and head or shoulder jerking. Simple vocalizations might include repetitive throat-clearing, sniffing, or grunting sounds. Complex tics are distinct, coordinated patterns of movements involving several muscle groups. Complex motor tics might include facial grimacing combined with a head twist and a shoulder shrug. Other complex motor tics may actually appear purposeful, including sniffing or touching objects, hopping, jumping, bending, or twisting. Simple vocal tics may include throat-clearing, sniffing/snorting, grunting, or barking. More complex vocal tics include words or phrases. Perhaps the most dramatic and disabling tics include motor movements that result in self-harm such as punching oneself in the face or vocal tics including coprolalia (uttering socially inappropriate words such as swearing) or echolalia (repeating the words or phrases of others). However, coprolalia is only present in a small number (10 to 15 percent) of individuals with TS. Some tics are preceded by an urge or sensation in the affected muscle group, commonly called a premonitory urge. Some with TS will describe a need to complete a tic in a certain way or a certain number of times in order to relieve the urge or decrease the sensation.
January 12, 2012
image: Victor Habbick
“And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you.” —Matthew 24:4
Writing under the pen name of LBG1, Elaine Marlow Frazier published dozens of articles on the “mysterious, unusual and unexplained” at DBKP/Death By 1000 Papercuts from 2007-2012. These articles were read by literally millions of readers during that period.
It is our hope that these articles from the DBKP archives (not available elsewhere on the Internet) may assist some in obtaining information that will prevent them from falling prey to the coming deceptions that are even now being formulated and promoted.
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Originally published January 12, 2012 at DBKP/Deathby1000Papercuts by Elaine Marlow Frazier
[Found archived here: https://web.archive.org/web/20120115053915/http://deathby1000papercuts.com/2012/01/demon-infestation-at-new-york-school-district-12-students-with-tourettes-like-symptoms with the original comments to the article.
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