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Abtissue pathology


Abtissue pathology is a general term for a disease which, through disabling the immune system and changing the chemical balance of the nervous system, makes the brain react as if there were an internal organ disfunction or massive internal bleeding.

Abtissue pathology was discovered and first recorded by Dan Brolynstein in conjunction with the Harvard Veterinarian Medical School. These diseases first disable the immune system before proceeding to change the chemical makeup in different parts of the nervous system, making the aforementioned brain disfunction to occur. If the victim does not die from opportunistic infections, then it will die either from the brain over-capacitating or an overflow of red blood cells, which eventually clog.

Symptoms:

Early Stage:

  • Twitching
  • Restlessness/Insomnia

Middle Stage:

  • Twitching
  • Restlessness/Insomnia
  • Prone to cold/flu/disease

Late Stage:

  • Constant Restlessness
  • Severe Insomnia
  • Full-Body Spasms
  • Hyperventilating

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