Immunodeficiency (weakness of the immune system) can take many forms. AIDS, for example, refers to an immunodeficiency which is "acquired," rather than "inborn." Radiation and vegetable oils can cause "acquired immunodeficiency." Unsaturated oils, especially polyunsaturates, weaken the immune system's function in ways that are similar to the damage caused by radiation, hormone imbalance, cancer, aging, or viral infections. The media discuss sexually transmitted and drug-induced immunodeficiency, but it isn't yet considered polite to discuss vegetable oil-induced immunodeficiency.
In what is being called a slap at President Barack Obama and his Obamacare, the world-famous Cleveland Clinic is cutting thousands of jobs and cutting $6 billion from its annual budget due to Obamacare, according to a Reuters report on Wednesday.
On July 22, 2009, Obama used the Cleveland Clinic as well as the Mayo Clinic as examples of how he claimed Obamacare – the Affordable Care Act – would improve such facilities. At that time, Obama said: