Monday, December 8, 2008

Health Care: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Mother is held over 'mercy killing' of ME victim
Anna Davis

A POLICE worker's wife has been arrested on suspicion of the mercy-killing murder of the couple's seriously ill daughter.

Detectives are examining the exact circumstances of the death of 31-year-old Lynn Gilderdale, who died at her home in Stonegate, East Sussex, on Thursday.

Her 54-year-old mother Kay, who was also her full-time carer, was arrested on suspicion of murder and has been released on bail pending further inquiries.

Lynn's father Richard, who is separated from her mother, is an ex-police sergeant who still works for the police in a civilian role in Hastings.

Lynn was diagnosed with ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) also known as chronic fatigue syndrome, in May 1992 and spent much of her life unable to leave bed, communicating with her family through sign language. Lynn's parents were united in grief this afternoon at the £400,000 bungalow where Mrs Gilderdale and her daughter lived. Speaking from the house Mr Gilderdale said: "We are grieving at the moment. This is a very difficult time for us. We would like to be left alone for now."

In an interview two years ago, Mrs Gilderdale revealed how doctors at a specialist clinic in London treated her daughter as an attention seeker with a made-up illness . . . . *


I wonder how much of Lynn's illness was caused by the health care industry - immune reactions to toxic metal dentistry in particular?

Chronic fatigue syndrome and nickel allergy.

MERCURY and nickel allergy: Risk factors in chronic fatigue syndrome
: We have found that fatigue, regardless of the underlying disease, is primarily associated with hypersensitivity to inorganic mercury and nickel.

CFS: From Skepticism to Science

* Some doctors are real jerks . . . .


Birdlady said...

Wow that is such a sad situation. For both the girl and her mom.

This was probably something she could have been cured of with a good detox and diet.

Dana Herbert said...

Very sad.
I am very irritated by what the "doctors" say . . . .
That just makes my blood boil.