Trypanosoma is shown as an example of what people expect parasites to look like. Nonetheless, Valley Fever is also a parasitic disease.

Is Valley Fever a parasite? The proof is here

Certain words are inherently offensive. In the discussion of any disease, people don’t like thinking about terrible consequences. In Valley Fever specifically, we have recently been told the term “parasite” is offensive. Some have said they will readily admit they have Valley Fever, but certainly not any kind of parasite. There are people incorrectly hung…

Valley Fever misinformation matches COVID-19 vaccine public health info

Valley Fever misinformation matches COVID-19 vaccine public health info

In Valley Fever the constant barrage of misinformation is astounding. You can’t be reinfected…until you are. It will probably be flu-like symptoms…unless it disseminates. It probably won’t affect you unless you’re in a risk group…until it does. Science proves there is enduring, lifelong immunity to Valley Fever…unless a reactivation takes place, sometimes even decades after…

Coronavirus outbreak from the KOMO4 story on mask use - is reliable research being ignored with COVID-19 as it is with Valley Fever?

COVID-19 and mask recommendations – Shocking similarities to the Valley Fever story

Cloth surgical masks won’t help with Valley Fever.  In endemic areas the microscopic spores are blown from the soil and into the air, not transmitted like influenza through airborne droplet splashes from sneezes.  Consideration of harsh facts like the toxic side effects of antifungal medication, poor quality testing methods, the possibility of reactivation, and inadequate…