collecte section Bourgogne

https://www.helloasso.com/associations/association-france-lyme/collectes/section-bourgogne

Attention, les tiques ne se trouvent pas uniquement en forêt, elles se promènent aussi... sur les plages

 

Attention, les tiques ne se trouvent pas uniquement en forêt, elles se promènent aussi... sur les plages

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Attention, les tiques ne se trouvent pas uniquement en forêt, elles se promènent aussi... sur les plages

Maladie de Lyme. Une étude sur les tiques conduite à la Tête d'Or et dans deux autres parcs de Lyon

 

Maladie de Lyme. Une étude sur les tiques conduite à la Tête d'Or et dans deux autres parcs de Lyon 

 

 https://actu.fr/auvergne-rhone-alpes/lyon_69123/maladie-de-lyme-une-etude-sur-les-tiques-conduite-a-la-tete-d-or-et-dans-deux-autres-parcs-de-lyon_41345623.html

 

 

 

Le tour de France virtuel pour sensibiliser à la maladie de Lyme passe par Dieppe

 https://actu.fr/normandie/dieppe_76217/le-tour-de-france-virtuel-pour-sensibiliser-a-la-maladie-de-lyme-passe-par-dieppe_41424926.html

 

 

 

Detection of Borrelia spirochetes in Autopsy specimens: validation and a case study

 

Detection of Borrelia spirochetes in Autopsy specimens: validation and a case study

 

 https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fneur.2021.628045/abstract?fbclid=IwAR1A-bmdBpWCaG64AOz80hgLv4wLkMD8dDaK-I8gXxbFukAlIIgqS4pltNM

 

 

The Impact of Tick-Borne Diseases on the Bone

 

The Impact of Tick-Borne Diseases on the Bone 

https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2607/9/3/663?fbclid=IwAR1Ks8O49QUr40H33qmUf6OV162c3leOwdApgYoVFACJYWqmhRaWwcCrtms

Developing recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease: the role of the patient's perspective in a controversial environment

 

 

 https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/international-journal-of-technology-assessment-in-health-care/article/developing-recommendations-for-the-diagnosis-and-treatment-of-lyme-disease-the-role-of-the-patients-perspective-in-a-controversial-environment/1455A521F14E6538CDE5EF610B3BC991

 

 

Developing recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease: the role of the patient's perspective in a controversial environment

 

 

Looking into Lyme in the mouse brain

 

"Rather, the ability to now study CNS involvement in Lyme disease in mice should help Lyme researchers answer mechanistic questions and better understand the factors that lead to neurological involvement when it does turn up in Lyme disease patients – details such as what Borrelia strains or species are most likely to lead to neuroborreliosis, whether there are environmental influences that add to the burden, and what host factors might contribute to disease outcomes. If a patient presents with a particular Borrelia strain shown to invoke stronger CNS involvement in mouse than other varieties, that may warrant more aggressive treatment, for example.
“The mouse model is going to be really, really useful in developing a lot of testable hypotheses,” says Brissette, the answers to which can then help inform nonhuman primate studies as well as human trials."
Looking into Lyme in the mouse brain
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Kentucky Lyme Disease Association : They are now finding Borrelia miyamotoi in 6 - 73% of larvae ticks.

Kentucky Lyme Disease Association
So picture it... these little guys are hanging out in your grass, just newly hatched, and they are hungry!! You walk by. They can "see" your shadow and smell your breath. They reach up with their front legs and as you casually walk by, they grab onto your shoe, your sock, or your leg. If they catch your shoe or sock, guess where they are going? Right up your pant leg. So, fellas, are you a boxer kind of guy or are you a tighty whitey kind of guy? Because they are about to go right for their favorite place to hang out and feed. That's right. Your groin! Do you think you would know if these got into that area? Sure, you think you found a couple but did you really find all of them? Something to think about, isn't it?
The larval stage of ticks is commonly referred to as "seed ticks". Now, it used to be believed that if you were bit by a seed tick, no problem because you are their first meal. Not so any more. They are now finding Borrelia miyamotoi in 6 - 73% of larvae ticks.

 

Babesiosis Cases Increasing According to Medicare Databases Study


Babesiosis Cases Increasing According to Medicare Databases Study - Lyme Disease Association
A study by Mikhail et al in Open Forum Infectious Diseases, Feb. 2021, from 2006 to 2017 showed 19,469 beneficiaries had babesiosis recorded, a substantial increase. The highest states by rates were Massachusetts (62), Rhode Island (61), Connecticut (51), New York (30), and New Jersey (19). States p...

 

Powassan virus disease

 

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33839017/

Powassan virus disease appears to have an asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic presentation in most people but can cause devastating and fatal encephalitis. The Powassan virus may be transmitted in less than 15 min of tick feeding. Powassan virus disease is a difficult diagnosis because testing capabilities are limited and because there may be co-infection with other tickborne pathogens.

 

 

 

New Brunswick monitoring more than 40 cases of unknown neurological disease

 

Possible new prion disease suspected in Canada after cluster of deadly brain atrophy cases.
Public Health is closely monitoring a cluster of more than 40 New Brunswick patients with symptoms similar to those of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, a rare and fatal brain disease.
In an internal memo obtained by Radio-Canada, sent on March 5 by the office of the chief medical officer of health to the New Brunswick Medical Society and to associations of doctors and nurses, the department notes the existence of a cluster of 42 cases of a progressive neurological syndrome of unknown origin.
A first case was diagnosed in 2015, according to the memo. Three years later, in 2019, 11 additional cases were discovered, with 24 more cases discovered in 2020 and another six cases in 2021. Five people have died.
New Brunswick monitoring more than 40 cases of unknown neurological disease | CBC News

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New Brunswick monitoring more than 40 cases of unknown neurological disease | CBC News

Neuro-Lyme is like hitting my head against a fog wall

It’s so hard to explain to someone else without sounding like you’ve lost your mind."Neuro-Lyme is like hitting my head against a fog wall

 

A young man reflects how to live a fulfilling life while grappling with the challenges of chronic Lyme disease.

Lessons I’ve learned in 7 years with Lyme disease

Sophia Popov ou la resurrection

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Peut être une image de plein air et texte qui dit ’SOPHIA POPOV «< JE ME RÉPÉTAIS "CONTINUE DE JOUER ΤΟΝ JEU ET PERSONNE NE TE BATTRA." C'ÉTAIT ANCRÉ EN MOI) Sophia Popov résisté la maladie de Lyme et un destin contraire remporter l'été dernie British Open. Une surprise totale signée d'une joueuse ans anonyme, qui nous expliqué en novembre dernier on conte de fees.’Peut être une image de 1 personne, position debout et texte qui dit ’JOURNALDU GOLF 021- EUROS OFFERT PAR VOTRI LUB SPÉCIAL MATÉRIEL SUIVEZ LE GUIDE Les conseils d'Antoine Rozner Interview de Sophia Popov, la miraculée Inside dans a bulle du Tour’

Read excerpt of "Chronic," long-awaited book by Phillips and Parish "Chronic: The Hidden Cause of the Autoimmu

 

This excerpt of "Chronic" discusses the myths about persistent symptoms of #Lyme disease that have been foisted upon the patient community.
TOUCHED BY LYME: Read excerpt of "Chronic," long-awaited book by Phillips and Parish
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TOUCHED BY LYME: Read excerpt of "Chronic," long-awaited book by Phillips and Parish
"Chronic: The Hidden Cause of the Autoimmu

Deaf woman with Lyme: "No time for anyone who does not believe me"

 

"Too many symptoms to be Lyme." Wait, what?
Deaf woman with Lyme: "No time for anyone who does not believe me"
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Deaf woman with Lyme: "No time for anyone who does not believe me"
 
 
 

Woman loses part of her vision after being 'scratched by a CAT'

Cat scratch disease = Bartonella.
But she wasn't scratched by a cat... she can't remember being scratched, and doesn't keep a cat. They just presume she must have been scratched....
Bartonella, in at least 13 different strains, is everywhere, in fleas, ticks, mites, and spiders. No one knows how to treat it once it's gone past the acute stage. It's probably a co-infection in many Lyme disease patients. It predisposes people to cancer too.

Woman loses part of her vision after being 'scratched by a CAT'

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Woman loses part of her vision after being 'scratched by a CAT'