Diabetes Of Childhood

The problem is the same for diabetes of childhood as for diabetes of later onset, but much easier to clear up, provided the whole family cooperates.

Wesley Evanco, age 6, had his onset at age 11 months. Prior to that he had chicken pox and his baby shots. He had pancreatic flukes and their reproductive stages in his pancreas as well as wood alcohol.
He had no other solvents accumulated. The problem was clearly due to these two enemies of his small body. Wesley’s father did not have pancreatic flukes but his mother had very high levels, along with wood alcohol. She had to clear hers up before Wesley could recover. She chose not to. She couldn’t believe the connection. Our most persuasive efforts were not successful. We hope Wesley can forgive us all in due time.

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