The first time I heard of systemic disseminated adematic polysaccha (SSAPS), it was during the outbreak in Japan.
A Japanese official said he was not sure why, but SSAPS had spread to Japan, and then spread to Europe.
This spread, the official said, was caused by a single case in a Japanese woman.
I was a little shocked.
I thought, “Oh my God, we’ve never heard of this, and now we’re going to get the first case.”
And then, the first outbreak started, and by the time I got to Japan in December 2015, I realized that there was a lot more to this than I realized.
SSAPS was also spreading in a lot of other parts of the world, and it was spreading in hospitals and in some homes, as well.
That was just the tip of the iceberg.
I had never heard anything about this before.
What did I do?
I called the CDC, and they did an excellent job with the research they did on SSAPS.
So now I’m not going to waste my time with it.
But SSAPS has spread around the world.
So you may have heard of it.
SSAP is an acronym for systemic dissemination of adematous monocytic leukemia.
It’s a type of leukemia that can spread in people who don’t have it, but also people who have it and those who don’t have it.
The disease itself is very rare, and because it’s so rare, it’s easy to spread.
When you have SSAPS, you have to be careful not to spread it to others because you can’t infect them with it, so you have a higher risk of dying.
But that’s a whole other story.
So what are the symptoms?
What are the signs?
What do they look like?
The symptoms are very similar to any other type of cancer.
They’re called acute myeloid leukemia, or AML, and there’s one sign: Your lymph nodes become red, and the blood becomes a white color.
That’s the first sign, because there’s a very small amount of the disease that’s causing the redness.
You can’t see it, because it is so small.
You may see it at first.
But the red blood cells can be very, very thin, and you may see them a little bit, but not enough to notice them.
There’s also a very low chance that you will be diagnosed.
And, of course, it will make it hard for you to get medical care.
What are some of the symptoms that people are experiencing?
The first symptom is your body temperature.
That is, you’re sweating a lot.
There may be a rash around your body.
If you have any kind of fever, you may feel that you’re getting sick.
The second symptom is you may be very weak and unable to move or breathe.
The third symptom is a rash that is very, strong.
That may include a rash all over your body and on your face and neck.
There is also a rash over your eyes, on your lips, on the back of your neck, or on your forehead.
The fourth symptom is swelling in your eyes.
It can range from little dots to big bumps.
It is very hard to see because it can be so small, but you may notice it.
And the fifth symptom is that you may start having a fever that’s high and then slowly drop.
This will be the first symptom you will notice when you get a fever.
What do people think of SSAPS?
Some people are really concerned about it.
They worry that it might kill them.
But other people don’t think of it as a cancer, but rather as a virus that’s being transmitted.
In fact, a Japanese government official told me recently that it’s a virus.
But he didn’t want to say that because he was worried about what would happen if we started to spread the virus.
So I wanted to talk to someone who’s experienced SSAPS and see if there were any commonalities.
What you might not realize is that this is the first time in history that people have been infected with a new type of infection in a single country.
The first case was reported in December 2016 in a small, rural town in the northern part of Japan.
The next case was in November 2017 in a different rural town.
And there was also another case in January 2018.
All these cases are all in a relatively small area.
And I think that’s because of the nature of the infection.
When it’s in a large city, for example, people in Japan are not as spread out as they are in the U.S., so people who are not living in cities are not exposed to this infection, and so they don’t know about it yet