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Most Probable cause of Jett Travolta's death

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  • Margaret Diann
    Most Probable cause of Jett Travolta s death The chemical exposure that would cause Kawasaki Syndrome (BUTYL or 2-butoxyethanol) is also a cause of serious
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      Most Probable cause of Jett Travolta's death

      The chemical exposure that would cause Kawasaki Syndrome (BUTYL or 2-butoxyethanol) is also a cause of serious anemia. I suspect this advanced autoimmune hemolytic anemia was the more probable cause of death. It is not generally found by doctors, but it can be.

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      Last night on the 'Geraldo at Large' program they said that Jett was very tired and 'sleeping' 12-16 hours a day, that he had very serious and multiple grande mal seizures that medicine no longer helped, and that he was non verbal.
       
       (Did he have normal language development before the age 2 illness? Normal development in general, then not so thereafter?)
       
       I still suspect the advanced anemia that 2-butoxyethanol exposure would cause and that he would have
      'the chills' or shivering, rapid heart beat and shortness of breath
       
       He could have tumors anywhere, even brain tumors, but they won't be the cause of death. He could have extremely high white blood cell counts, but that would be an AIHA or IMHA anemia sign,
      in this context
       
       Did he have a subnormal body temperature? ... subnormal blood pressure? subnormal blood sugar? 
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