Dr. Abdus Salam was mute from 1993-1996, he was unable to speak, he suffered from para supranuclear palsy. If you look at the last few videos by Dr. Salam you will notice how his eyes couldn’t focus, he was in big trouble. It’s very possible that Dr. Salam always suffered from some type of hyper brain function disease, which seems to have accelerated his ability to concentrate and eventually caused his death.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Dr. Salam’s children tell us
Nasir Iqbal tells us:
“””Nasir told this author that one night Salam fell down in his Trieste residence where he resided all alone. He was hurt and bled and lay on the floor all night as he could not get up. He also was unable to call anyone or raise any kind of alarm. Pierre Agbedjro, who used to drive his official car, went inside his residence around 7.00 AM the next morning and saw him lying where he had fallen.”” (see http://www.mujahidkamran.com/articles.php?id=44).
Apparently his Pakistani wife never wanted to live in Trieste as she felt lonely there.
Salam suffered from PSP – para supranuclear palsy. Salam seems to have moved back to London while he was dying and eventually died in the house of Dr. Napier, and he lived his final days there. After Salam died, his body was transported to Rabwah for burial. Dr. Napier and her son were also in attendance. Their son was 22 years old. We are not sure where his daughter was. Aziza, the eldest daughter of Abdus Salam and probably all of her sisters and brothers were there.
Supranuclear palsy, also called Steele-Richardson-Olszewski syndrome?
Supranuclear palsy, also called Steele-Richardson-Olszewski syndrome, is an uncommon brain disorder that causes serious problems with walking, balance and eye movements. The disorder results from deterioration of cells in areas of your brain that control body movement and thinking. Progressive supranuclear palsy worsens over time and can lead to life-threatening complications, such as pneumonia and swallowing problems. There’s no cure for progressive supranuclear palsy, so treatment focuses on managing the signs and symptoms.
The characteristic signs and symptoms of progressive supranuclear palsy include:
- A loss of balance while walking. A tendency to fall backward can occur very early in the disease.
- An inability to aim your eyes properly. You may have particular difficulty looking downward, or experience blurring and doubled vision. This difficulty with focusing the eyes can make some people spill food or appear disinterested in conversation because of poor eye contact.
Additional signs and symptoms of progressive supranuclear palsy vary and may mimic those of Parkinson’s disease and dementia. These signs and symptoms worsen as the disease advances, and may include:
- Stiffness and awkward movements
- Problems with speech and swallowing
- Sensitivity to light
- Sleep disturbances
- Loss of interest in pleasurable activities
- Impulsive behavior, possibly including laughing or crying for no reason
- Difficulties with memory, reasoning, problem-solving and decision-making
- Depression and anxiety
- A surprised or frightened facial expression, resulting from rigid facial muscles
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