Borrelia infection of the brain as a cause of Brain Malignancy

Alan MacDonald

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GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORMAE [ GBM ]
I have discovered DNA of Borrelia burgdoferi in Five of Five
Glioblastoma Multiformae Brain biopsies.
This discovery is the very first of its kind in the world
literature.
The borrelia spirochete is known to frequently
invade the brain, and to bind to brain cells, penetrate the
brain cells, and cause tissue injuries.
The Discovery of huge amounts of DNA from the borrleia bacteria
lying inside of Malignant brain tumor cells { GBM cells]
implicates Borrelia infection of the brain as a cause of
Brain Malignancy.