Pesticides or random coincidence? Mystery lingers over NEW CASES of babies born with hand and arm defects in Europe | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Pesticides or random coincidence? Mystery lingers over NEW CASES of babies born with hand and arm defects in Europe

Pesticides or random coincidence? Mystery lingers over NEW CASES of babies born with hand and arm defects in Europe.

Authorities are at a loss to explain why several babies born in a west German province have similar hand deformities. One hospital, where three such cases were seen, described the baffling phenomenon as “striking.”
With “no nationwide registry” to keep track of deformities, the St. Mary’s Hospital in Gelsenkirchen, near Dortmund, has admitted it is difficult to accurately monitor the situation or establish any kind of pattern.

Three babies were born at the hospital with undeveloped palms and fingers on one hand, between June and September this year. RT has twice contacted both the city administration of Gelsenkirchen and St Mary’s Hospital seeking more information on the situation, but has received no response.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This has to be addressed by the highest level of forensic research, for this anomalies; if the ultrasounds keep indicating that baby and mom are doing brilliantly, why does this keep happening in Europe?!?

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