A Next-Generation Sequencing-Based Molecular Approach to Characterize a Tick Vector in Lyme Disease.



Patients who took part in the documentary about chronic illnesses, "Afflicted", are expressing their shock and disappointment at how they were misrepresented.

Patients who took part in the documentary about chronic illnesses, "Afflicted", are expressing their shock and disappointment at how they were misrepresented.

 
 
 
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Mother from Berkshire warns of the dangers of tick bites

When Luke was only ten, he started to exhibit frightening #altzheimers type symptoms - he became unable to read, would be unable to find the words to finish a sentence, would pick up a pen and not remember how to write, and could watch the same film three days in a row without remembering either the plot, or having seen it previously.
We didn't know at the time that these symptoms, along with the crippling pain and fatigue, were the result of undiagnosed neurological #LymeDisease, from a tick bite he'd sustained eighteen months earlier in our local park.
We've had to fund all his treatment ourselves, as there is little guidance within the NHS for late-diagnosed Lyme, and there are currently no tick-borne disease specialists in the U.K.
He continues to make progress under the care of a specialist in the U.S, and he amazes me every day with his resilience.
Not all ticks carry disease, but please follow PHE advice and check yourselves if you've been outside; nymph ticks can be the size of a poppy seed..
 
 
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A mother from Windsor whose son contracted Lyme disease after…
 
 
 
 

Aux Etats-Unis, la maladie de Lyme est devenue la deuxième maladie infectieuse du pays après le sida.




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Aux Etats-Unis, la maladie de Lyme est devenue la deuxième maladie infectieuse du pays après le sida.
(Re)voir "Tiques, la grande traque" ►https://bit.ly/2lQlEbc

MONSTER ticks found in Germany threaten Europe with DEADLY disease Crimean-Congo fever / des tiques MONSTRUEUSES trouvées en Allemagne menacent l'Europe de maladies mortelles Fièvre de Crimée-Congo

des tiques MONSTRUEUSES trouvées en Allemagne menacent l'Europe de maladies mortelles Fièvre de Crimée-Congo
Une espèce de tique MONSTRE a fait son chemin en Allemagne et menace de répandre la fièvre des maladies tropicales de la Crimée et du Congo dans toute l'Europe.
Les scientifiques allemands ont découvert une tique tropicale pouvant atteindre une POUCE LONGUE - 10 fois plus grande qu'une tique commune.
Les tiques, connues sous le nom de Hyalomma marginatum, ont le potentiel de propager la maladie virale de la fièvre de la Crimée et du Congo.
Les symptômes de la FHCC comprennent la fièvre, les douleurs musculaires, les maux de tête, les vomissements, la diarrhée et le saignement dans la peau. Un quart de ceux qui contractent la fièvre de Crimée-Congo mourront.
Les chercheurs ont imputé le temps exceptionnellement chaud à l'Europe pour la cause du mouvement des tiques vers le nord, car de plus en plus d'oiseaux ont migré en Europe à la suite de la température torride.
Les tiques ont été trouvées chez des animaux de la ferme, y compris des chevaux.
Sept de ces espèces ont été découvertes cette année - auparavant, il n’y avait que deux exemples de tiques tropicales en Allemagne, une en 2015 et une autre en 2017.
Les scientifiques s'inquiètent maintenant du fait que les températures chaudes continuant à se multiplier en Allemagne, en France et au Royaume-Uni, les tiques pourraient s'y installer et migrer de manière permanente en Europe.
Le parasitologue Ute Mackenstedt de l’Université de Hohenheim à Stuttgart a déclaré: "Nous supposons que nous devons compter avec de plus en plus d’espèces tropicales de tiques en Allemagne qui peuvent s’installer ici en raison des bonnes conditions météorologiques".
Dr Lidia Chitimia-Dobler, spécialiste des tiques à l'Université de Hohenheim et à l'Institut de microbiologie (IMB) des Forces armées fédérales allemandes à Munich, a déclaré: "Cinq des sept tiques que nous pouvons déterminer sans aucun doute, quatre sont des espèces et un du genre Hyalomma rufipes.
"Nous ne nous attendions pas à des tiques en Allemagne en ce moment."
Dr Gerhard Dobler, médecin et microbiologiste à l'IMB, a ajouté: "Dans l'un des spécimens trouvés, nous avons pu prouver l'agent pathogène d'une forme tropicale de typhus à tiques."

TOUCHED BY LYME: Nelson Family Project spreads awareness of Lyme disease in Maine

“Our doctor believes that Elizabeth and I may have been first infected when I was ten weeks pregnant with her. I had emergency surgery at that time and I was given a massive blood transfusion. Blood wasn’t tested for tick-borne infections back then. It barely is now.”

A new tick is causing an epidemic of Rocky Mountain spotted fever

"Rocky Mountain spotted fever is already dangerous, and the new carrier is more likely to bite people than the ticks that usually spread it, the team of U.S. and Mexican researchers said."

un nouveau virus sévit à Nice



https://www.santemagazine.fr/actualites/moustiques-un-nouveau-virus-sevit-a-nice-333089




http://www.west-nile-virus-prevention.com/article-tick-borne-west-nile-virus.html

 

Pilot Study of Immunoblots with Recombinant Borrelia burgdorferi Antigens for Laboratory Diagnosis of Lyme Disease



A new report shows that Lyme disease is on the rise in all 50 states, even in places where it is usually uncommon.

“CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A new report shows that Lyme disease is on the rise in all 50 states, even in places where it is usually uncommon.
According to Alan Taege, M.D. with the Cleveland Clinic, ticks can be found anywhere. Insect repellent should be the first tool for protection from the ticks.”

Neue Zeckenart in Deutschland entdeckt

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Der trockene Sommer begünstigt die Ausbreitung von tropischen Zecken…
 
 
 
 

Jeudi 16 août 2018 dans Télématin sur France 2, reportage sur la maladie de Lyme et la prévention, avec le Pr Christian Perronne et Pierre Hecker de France Lyme



Jeudi 16 août 2018 dans Télématin sur France 2, reportage sur la maladie de Lyme et la prévention, avec le Pr Christian Perronne et Pierre Hecker de France Lyme, diffusion à 6h48 et 7h50 (et en replay pour les lève-tard ;) )
A noter que ce reportage a été tourné début juin, avant la publication des Recommandations de la HAS.

 

 

 

 

Lyme is the most common, fastest-spreading disease in Europe. It attacks the nerves, brain, heart, joints, and eyes, and can also cause skin rashes.





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Lyme is the most common, fastest-spreading disease in Europe. It attacks the nerves, brain, heart, joints, and eyes, and can also cause skin rashes.
This terrible disease is spreading at a rate of 14% a year throughout Europe. However, it is still one of the most under-researched illnesses in the western world.
Here are some important facts about this disease:
Checking for ticks, and prompt, correct removal reduces the risk of infection. Using tick-focused repellents reduces the risk of being bitten. Most ticks do not carry Lyme disease.
Many people who catch Lyme disease never notice a tick bite. Lyme disease symptoms can develop from 3 days to 3 full months after a tick bite. It often starts gradually and feels like flu.
For more information please visit Caudwell Lymeco and find out more about the disease, and get helpful tips on how to avoid it. You’ll find the link in the comments below.


 https://caudwelllyme.com/

 

 

 

 


“We haven’t been able to find any clean ticks. They’re all infected.”

“We haven’t been able to find any clean ticks. They’re all infected.”

Mother left bedridden by Lyme disease after tick bite

 
 
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A single mother says she’s afraid she will die and leave her son an orphan…
 
 
 
 

Artist painted vile picture of inch-long parasitic worms in his eyes






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Réponse d'une députée du 54 à un malade de Lyme chronique...





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Borrelia miyamotoi, a relapsing fever borrelia, has symptoms similar to Lyme disease. Standard two-tiered testing for Lyme disease won't discover it



Borrelia miyamotoi, a relapsing fever borrelia, has symptoms similar to Lyme disease. Standard two-tiered testing for Lyme disease won't discover it. As per the report from the HHS Other Tick-borne Diseases and Co-infection Working Group:
"if an acute blood sample is received for confirmation of a diagnosis of B. miyamotoi infection, molecular detection assays for B. microti and A. phagocytophilum should also be performed (Molloy et al., 2015). Some Clinical Testing laboratories (CTLs) offer a tick-borne disease panel, including multiplex serological platforms, which may reduce the costs for added testing (Tokarz et al., 2018)....The lack of a gold standard for diagnosis of different Borrelia species makes producing accurate statistics difficult. Since B. miyamotoi disease (BMD) does not usually cross react with B. burgdorferi tests, antibody testing for Lyme is not an effective tool for discovering BMD, and antibodies to the GlpQ protein will not identify early disease but can instead be used in convalescent illness. A new approach by Koetsveld et al. (2018) increases sensitivity in early infection by adding the variable major protein (vmp) as a recombinant antigen for EIA. ". In our patients, co-infections are the rule. Those suffering with Lyme-like syndromes who test negative for Borrelia burgdorferi should be tested for a broad panel of tick-borne pathogens. Chapters 5 and 6 in "How Can I Get Better" discuss bacterial, viral and parasitic infections carried by ticks.






https://www.healthline.com/health-news/the-new-lyme-disease#5


Disclaimer: The views expressed are those of Dr Richard Horowitz, and do not represent the views of the Tick-Borne Disease Working Group, HHS or the United States




True Chronic Lyme Disease” rather than “Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome”.

True Chronic Lyme Disease” rather than “Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome”. 

 

 

Lacout A, El Hajjam M, Marcy PY, Perronne C. The Persistent Lyme Disease: “True Chronic Lyme Disease” rather than “Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome”. J Global Infect Dis [serial online] 2018 [cited 2018 Aug 11];10:170-1. Available from:



 http://www.jgid.org/text.asp?2018/10/3/170/238702



 

Introducing EU-wide surveillance of Lyme neuroborreliosis

 
 
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Randy Travis got drunk but he also has lyme disease

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Léandre, 8 ans, se bat contre la maladie de Lyme



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Pernicieuse, la maladie de Lyme peut provoquer de nombreux problèmes, comme de l’arthrite, des migraines… Les parents de Léandre, atteint par…
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

D’inquiétantes tiques d’Asie envahissent les USA


 
 
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Outre-Atlantique, les médias la surnomment « la tique tueuse asiatique ».…
 
 
 

DJ and Lyme disease sufferer Didier Cohen reveals he'll fight for the illness to be recognised by Australian health organisations after undergoing 'holistic treatment' in Beverly Hills

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-6023797/Lyme-disease-sufferer-Didier-Cohen-returns-Australia-fight-illness-recognised.html?ito=facebook_share_fbia-bottom

France Lyme aux animaliades

https://c.lejsl.com/edition-montceau/2018/08/09/france-lyme-bourgogne-aux-animaliades-organise-par-france-lyme-bourgogne-gpso

 

 

 

This is what Lyme treatment looks like

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This is what Lyme treatment looks like. I could probably name every product in that bathtub (as could everyone else)
Lyme is everyone's problem because almost everyone (or someone close to them) is getting bit and sick.
It's dark rabbit hole full of medical fraud, greed and deceit.

West Nile Virus Found In Braintree Mosquitoes




 
 
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Health officials are advising residents to take precautions.

Exactly one year ago today we were hiking and biking in California. What a difference a year makes. This is what Lyme does to a healthy body when allowed to fester.

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Exactly one year ago today we were hiking and biking in California. What a difference a year makes. This is what Lyme does to a healthy body when allowed to fester. When her friends are getting excited to start high school she is excited to walk down a hallway supported by her physical therapists.
I’m angry that we weren’t taken seriously when I inquired about Lyme years ago. I’m
angry we were pressured into getting the Gardasil vaccine which tipped her immune system over the edge. I’m angry that countless doctors and specialists refused to acknowledge her struggle, happy to tow the CDC line. I know anger may not be the most productive emotion but it’s working for me today. @luleeart
#lymewarrior #bartonellabites #fuckmerck




Lyme Disease Striking More Americans in More States

 
 
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There's been a sharp spike in Lyme disease cases in the United States, and…
 
 
 

témoignage de guérison

 

 

https://www.lymeguerison.com/single-post/2017/11/08/TEMOIGNAGE

 

 

US invaded by savage tick that sucks animals dry, spawns without mating

From a wheelchair to walking, one person’s Lyme story in Illinois

https://www.amazon.fr/wheelchair-walking-persons-story-Illinois/dp/1717713475/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1533644615&sr=8-2&keywords=from%20a%20wheelchair

 

From a wheelchair to walking, one person’s Lyme story in Illinois

 

 

 

Asian Ticks Spreading Rapidly In Area, Report Says

 
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It's the first new species of tick to be found in the U.S. in 50 years.
 
 
 

Guéri d 'une neuroborréliose chronique

Dans cet ouvrage, Adam Nour relate avec transparence son parcours pour retrouver la santé suite à une neuroborréliose diagnostiquée en stade chronique. Il y dit tout : son impressionante détérioration suite à une piqure de tique, l'interminable errance médicale, la difficulté à obtenir un diagnostique mais surtout son long parcours d'investigation pour atteindre la guérison ultime. Après des années d'études, d'expériences personnelles et de recherches sur le terrain, l'auteur livre ici l'approche globale de soins lui ayant permis de l'emporter sur l'infection multi-systémique. Le but étant d'apporter soutien, courage et lumière à toutes les personnes actuellement en proie aux ravages de cette épidémie galopante. Plus qu'un simple témoignage, l'ouvrage se veut à la fois théorique et pratique. Il vous livrera de nombreux éléments de réponse.

 Vous comprendrez notamment :


-le lien intrinsèque entre maladies auto-immunes et syndromes infectieux multi-systémique

-la nature des infections froides

-les mécanismes de survie de la borrelia

-l'intérêt d'une approche de terrain

-les trois pilliers du traitement

-les erreurs à ne jamais commettre

-les facteurs entravant la guérison finale

-les moyens de diagnostique actuels

-les avantages d'un protocole herboristique

-pourquoi les traitements aux plantes sont parfois des échecs

-les capacités de génération du corps humain

-les caractéristiques de chaque co-infection

-les moyens de prévention

-l'impact spirituel et psychique de la maladie et certaines techniques pour en guérir

-l'importance de la santé ORL et buccale dans le traitement des syndromes infectieux multi-systémique

 

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Guéri d'une neuroborréliose chronique