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The Declaration of war against all disease warfare against humanity by any race or thing: (Even with this Agenda Against Disease It was found that only some people do not deserve to have diseases, but that evil beings, things, and reality often deserve to have disease to stop them from committing evil, This Paper Only Protect Those whose Morality Protect them From Having Diseases but do allow afflicted people who are it applies to for disease as punishment or chance or maladiction to be removed from as Medicine and Prevention.)
Physical, Spiritual, and other forms of beings found on Earth are some of the main reasons Human Beings obtain and die of diseases. There is constant spiritual warfare against Human Beings by spiritual beings that are harmful. When spiritual beings are harmful they give Human Beings diseases. In fact some of the main reasons that there is no cure for certain illnesses is because spiritual beings have declared warfare against Human Beings to punish and kill them with diseases. Physical entities that cause illnesses to occur to Human Beings are also a cause of illnesses. Some Modern Human for the first time have the knowledge, ability, and power to create diseases in secret laboratories some of these evil scientists, nations, and secret societies have created secret biological warfare against Human groups that they do not like or seek to exterminate. Marc-G-P-L Creatic is declaring warfare against all entities that declare disease warfare against Humanity to kill Humanity with diseases and illnesses; One of the number one problems Humanity currently have is illnesses and diseases The WDC (World Disease Committee) estimated in May of 2008 that there were approximately 3,699,653,106,579,668 diseases known to affect humans; that is 3 Quadrillion, 699 Trillion, 653 Billion, 106 Million, 579 Thousand, 668 diseases that affect Humanity; Only 4 of these known diseases have a cure. 100,000 diseases have been described by doctors and scientist. This unbelievable large numbers of diseases that affect Humanity is shocking the worst thing about it is that Humanity have only cured 4 of these diseases. Diseases are not only physical they are also spiritual many spiritual beings have the ability to give illnesses to Humanity sometimes a Human dies only because a spiritual being decided to eat the Human while giving the Human a disease at the same time to kill the Human. Humanity must obtain the Knowledge, Ability, and Power to detect and classify all causes of diseases wither they are physical, spiritual or any other composition. Humanity must also obtain the appropriate Knowledge, Ability, and Power to cure all diseases that will ever effect Human Beings. Listed below are the diseases that are the 12 greatest killers of Humanity in recent decades:
3-1. Coronary Artery Disease (Ischemic Heart Disease): The deadliest disease in the world is coronary artery disease (CAD). CAD, also called ischemic heart disease, occurs when the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart become narrowed. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that about 7.4 million people died of ischemic heart disease in 2012. That was about 13.2 percent of all deaths In the United States, about 600,000 people die of heart disease every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That makes it the deadliest disease in the U.S., as well as the world. In the U.S. the most common type of heart disease is CAD, which takes about 380,000 lives each year. Among the risk factors are high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking. Regular exercise, good nutrition, and weight control can help lower your risk of developing CAD. Where you live matters. Although it’s still the leading cause of death, mortality rates have declined in many European countries and in the United States. This may be due to better prevention and access to quality healthcare. However, in many developing nations, mortality rates due to CAD are on the rise.
3-2. Stroke: A stroke is when an artery in the brain is blocked or leaks. Oxygen-deprived brain cells begin to die within minutes. Stroke was responsible for 6.7 million deaths around the world in 2012, according to WHO. That figure represents about 11.9 percent of all deaths. CDC figures show that nearly 130,000 people in the United States die of stroke each year — that’s one person every four minutes. About one in four strokes occur in people who have had a prior stroke. Stroke is also a leading cause of disability. Risk factors for stroke are similar to those for CAD. In general, good health habits can lower your risks.
3-3. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): COPD is a chronic, progressive lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. Chronic bronchitis and emphysema are types of COPD. About 3.1 million deaths were attributed to COPD in 2012, according to WHO. That represents about 5.6 percent of deaths, a rate that has held steady since 2000. In 2004, about 64 million people around the world were living with COPD. The main cause of COPD is tobacco — and that means secondhand smoke, too. Another factor is air pollution, both indoors and out. COPD affects men and women at about the same rate. There’s no cure for COPD, but its progression can be slowed down with medication. The American Lung Association estimates that in 2011, 12.7 million adults in the United States had COPD, but even more showed some sign of lung problems. There’s a great variation in the number of cases from state to state. In 2011, about 4 percent of people in Minnesota and Washington had COPD. In Alabama and Kentucky, it was more than 9 percent.
3-4. Lower Respiratory Infections: WHO estimates that lower respiratory infections caused about 3.1 million, or 5.5 percent of deaths in 2012. This group of diseases includes pneumonia, bronchitis, and influenza. Flu season lasts from December through February in the Northern Hemisphere and from June through August in the Southern Hemisphere. The risk is year round in tropical regions. According to the CDC, about 20 percent of travelers returning to the United States seek medical attention for respiratory infection following a trip. Packed cruise ships, hotels, and other close quarters increase risk of transmission and outbreaks of disease.
3-5. Trachea, Bronchus, and Lung Cancers: Trachea, bronchus, and lung cancer are all respiratory cancers. The main causes of this type of cancer are smoking, second-hand smoke, and environmental toxins. WHO estimates that in 2012, 1.6 million people died from trachea, bronchus, and lung cancers. These cancers represent about 2.9 percent of all deaths globally.'
3-6. HIV/AIDS *Source: amfAR HIV is short for human immunodeficiency virus. It’s a virus that attacks the immune system. HIV can cause AIDS, or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. AIDS is a chronic, life-threatening condition. According to the Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR), since the start of the pandemic, almost 39 million people have died due to HIV/AIDS. In 2013, about 1.5 million people lost their lives to AIDS. That’s about 2.7 percent of deaths worldwide. By the end of 2012, 35.3 million people around the world were infected with HIV. Every day, about 5,700 more become infected. Rates vary dramatically by geographical location. HIV is rampant in sub-Saharan Africa, where almost one in 20 adults has it. The region is home to 70 percent of all people who have HIV. Sadly, it’s also home to 91 percent of the HIV-positive children in the world.
3-7. Diarrheal Diseases: Diarrhea is when you pass three or more loose stools a day. When diarrhea lasts more than a few days, your body loses too much water and salt. Death is due to dehydration. Diarrhea is usually caused by an intestinal infection transmitted through viruses, bacteria, or even parasites. This type of infection can easily spread through contaminated water or food. It’s particularly widespread in developing nations that have poor sanitary conditions. WHO estimates that 1.5 million people died from diarrheal diseases in 2012, which comprises about 2.7 percent of deaths. Fortunately, that’s down from 2.2 million in 2000. Diarrheal disease is the second top killer of children under age five. Tragically, about 760,000 children die from diarrheal diseases each year. According to a 2009 Unicef report, every year there are about 2.5 billion cases of diarrhea involving children under five years old. More than 50 percent occur in Africa and South Asia. More than 80 percent of child deaths due to diarrhea occur in those regions
3-8. Diabetes Mellitus: Diabetes is a group of diseases that affect insulin production and use. In type 1 diabetes, the pancreas can no longer produce insulin. The cause is not known. In type 2 diabetes, the pancreas doesn’t produce enough insulin, or it can’t be used effectively. Type 2 diabetes can be caused by a number of factors, including poor diet, lack of exercise, and carrying too much weight. In 2012, about 1.5 million people died from diabetes-related causes, according to WHO. People in low to middle income countries are more likely to die from complications of diabetes.
3-9. Preterm Birth Complications: According to WHO, in 2012, as many as 1.1 million deaths were due to prematurity and complications due to low birth weight. Three-quarters of these deaths happen within the first week of life. Lack of skilled medical care makes this a huge problem in developing countries. Many newborn deaths could be avoided with good prenatal and postnatal care.
3-10. Tuberculosis (TB): TB is a lung condition caused by bacteria called Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It’s an airborne disease that is often successfully treated. Some strains of TB are resistant to conventional treatments. Second-line drugs used to treat these patients are in limited supply. Some strains fail to respond to second-line treatment as well. In 2012, about 900,000 people lost their lives to TB, according to WHO estimates. The majority of TB-related deaths happen in poorer countries. It is one of the top causes of death for people who have HIV.
3-11. Malaria: Malaria is caused by a parasite that infects mosquitoes. People get it from the bite of an infected mosquito. Malaria caused about 627,000 deaths in 2012, according to WHO. Sub-Saharan Africa took the brunt with 90 percent of all malaria deaths. Malaria is not contagious.
3-12. Measles: Measles is a contagious viral disease that can be prevented through immunization. In 2010, it killed about 139,300 people around the world, according to the CDC.
3-13. Any race or thing that give diseases to Humanity must be stopped and brought to justice for murdering Human Beings with diseases. If it was not for death and diseases, warfare, uncontrollable natural disasters, and accidents and the occasional criminal activity from certain Humans life on Earth would be almost a Paradise with Knowledge, Ability, and Power Humanity can create a Lasting Paradise right here on Earth in our dimension and density. This earth currently is a land of death were all Human Beings die after a short life and disease is one of the main cause of our death. To make matters worst invisible beings which I have eye and ear witness to exists are killing and eating Human Beings with diseases. Humanity must gain the Knowledge, Ability, and Power in all reality systems where we exists to help each other stop all killers of Humanity no matter what method they use to kill Humanity. When the Marc-G-P-L Creatic obtain the appropriate Knowledge, Ability, and Power we shall cure all diseases and prosecute all beings in existences that kill or eat Human Beings.
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