Ray was a healthy consulting design engineer, working 6-7 days per week, and 12 hour days. He agreed to participate in a study on dmps in Finland in 1991. He was told by the researchers that dmps was safe, and that there were no serious side effects to the drug. The researchers did not ask him if he ever had asthma (he had developed stress asthma about a year before the injection) or if he was sulfa-intolerant (he was not, but his mother was).
Ray became ill almost immediately after the first injection. He was unable to breathe, suffering serious
asthmatic attacks, and experienced severe fatigue lasting for months. In a period of three months he went from a healthy
weight of 200 pounds (he's 6'2" tall), to a ghostly 124 pounds. ("I looked like
the ghost of a skeleton.") His skin
turned a jaundiced yellow.
In the first year
following the injection, he was hospitalized in the emergency room due to the DMPS damage
to his gastrointestinal tract. He has
developed an acute sensitivity to sulfite... wheezing asthmatic coughing, fatigue,
liver/kidney pains, GI gassing and more. He
suffered from severe hypoxia for about three months, during which time long term
neurological damage occurred. He also
autoimmunities which damaged his bones, muscles, organs (liver, kidneys, pancreas), glands
(adrenal and thymus), and neural system. He
now has positive antimyelin and ganglioside antibodies, indicating ongoing damage to his
He developed both
neutropenia and hypercortisolemia... leading to osteoporosis and poor healing. The dmps caused a severe depletion and
dysregulation of essential minerals. Simple
replacement of the depleted minerals has not been successful in restoring them, because
the transport enzyme mechanisms were also damaged.
According to Ray, there were others in the study who also
experienced severe side effects. But Ray's reaction, and the reactions of these others,
never appeared in the final report.
Ray is still unable to work full time and has spent thousands of dollars in his attempts to reclaim a semblance of health. He has spent much of his energy researching dmps, its metabolic effects, and its dangers. He does not recommend dmps to anyone, but to those who insist on this experimental therapy, he urges a low dose, slow ramp-up protocol. This protocol minimizes the damage and can alert the patient to side effects and sensitivities early in the process.
Ray has spent much time and energy lobbying about the dangers of dmps, and has worked hard to educate others. If you would like to correspond with him about dmps, he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ray’s experience was reported in the medical literature as follows.
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