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      Nothing you stated in anyway contradicted what I said. Yes there are
      links between diabetes, osteoporosis and periodontal disease. There
      are no known links between cardiovascular disease and periodontal disease
      that are direct. Whenever a person is run down they are prone to many
      types of disease they normally aren’t sensitive to.The connection between
      diabetes and osteoporosis and gum disease is real but it isn’t an
      autoimmune response. In diabetes vascular response is poor and in
      osteoporosis bone density is decreased making the bone more susceptible
      to pathogens. It’s great to question medical authority but it’s another
      thing to misunderstand your problems and place blame where none exists.
      That’s not fair and it’s misleading to other people who don’t have the
      proper information to evaluate your statements. Graves disease sucks
      but it’s not the reason for every single thing that goes wrong.

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        Hi, Shirley
        No, nothing I stated in anyway contradicted what you said — because it wasn’t meant to. This is simply a discussion from my end. I went back and read my posts to make sure I hadn’t said something other than what I thought I said. Nowhere did I mention the word “autoimmune”, nor did I “place blame where none exists”. You may want to go back and re-read the posts on this topic. I have the greatest respect for the people on this board and have absolutely no interest in getting into a debate on a personal level. It’s very important to me that everyone feel comfortable exchanging information, questions, and theories without fear of censure.

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