Atteinte de la borréliose chronique persistante , babesia et bartonella ; le déni est grand , battons nous pour la faire connaitre la borréliose de lyme et ses coinfections
guérie : 5 ans de bi et tri therapies d'antibiotiques auxquels j'ai ajouté une partie du protocole Buhner ; rechute en 2016 il faut recommencer les traitements
photo: NEXUS 2012
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Sadly, North Carolina resident Jim Young lost his battle with late stage Lyme. After deteriorating for approximately 5 years, Jim was diagnosed with ALS. Jim later discovered he actually had Lyme Disease and was able to fight back for years (far longer than the 6 month death sentence he had been handed). Jim bravely shared his story in May 2013 to promote Lyme Disease awareness month: http://abc11.com/archive/9121538/ FOX News also picked up his story last August:http://video.foxnews.com/v/2584466440001/living-with-lyme-disease/?playlist_id=163197 FLDA Note: We pay our deepest condolences to Jim, his beautiful wife Erica, two children, friends and other family members. Unfortunately, in some cases, patients suffer permanent damage due to delays in diagnosis, particularly for those with an ALS presentation.
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A new review from the Netherlands. Though persistent Lyme disease has been proven, studying how the immune system responds to the infection is important,especially considering how differently people seem to be affected by it.
<<Lyme disease agent, Borrelia burgdorferi in zoo animals? New research says, Yep. Thanks to this team of Czech scientists for investigating. Many of them have also worked tirelessly with Georgia's Dr. Jim Oliver for several years to study Lyme Borrelia in the southeastern USA.>>
Mississippi researchers report they've detected various Borrelia spirochetes in Gulf Coast ticks from Mississippi including Borrelia turcica, a species associated with reptiles. We found Gulf Coast ticks as far inland as Atlanta during tick collecting projects, so don't be fooled by the name. Gulf coast ticks are known to bite humans and have been associated with Rickettsia parkeri cases. More research is needed to determine whether these ticks transmit Borreliosis, as well. Remember, nobody knows everything about ticks and the diseases they carry. There's not a tick bite that's a good tick bite. Protect yourself.
Autism alert! <<This paper proposes that some children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the United States have undiagnosed Lyme disease and different testing criteria used by commercial laboratories may be producing false negative results. Two testing protocols will be evaluated; first, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) approved two-tiered Enzyme Immunoassay (EIA) or Immunofluorescence Assay (IFA) followed by an IgM and/or IgG Western Blot test. Second, a clinical diagnosis (flu like symptoms, joint pain, fatigue, neurological symptoms, etc.) possibly followed by a Western Blot with a broader criteria for positive bands  . The hypothesis proposes that the former criteria may be producing false negative results for some individuals diagnosed with an ASD. Through an online survey parents of 48 children who have a diagnosis of an ASD and have been diagnosed with Lyme disease were asked to fill out the Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist (ATEC) before they started antibiotic therapy and after treatment. Of the 48 parents surveyed 45 of them (94%) indicated their child initially tested negative using the two-tiered CDC/IDSA approved test. The parents sought a second physician who diagnosed their child with Lyme disease using the wider range of Western Blot bands. The children were treated with antibiotics and their scores on the ATEC improved. Anecdotal data indicated that some of the children achieved previously unattained developmental milestones after antibiotic therapy began. Protein bands OSP-A and/or OSP-B (Western Blot band 31) and (Western Blot band 34) were found in 44 of 48 patients. These two bands are so specific to Borrelia burgdorferi that they were targeted for use in vaccine trials, yet are not included in the IDSA interpretation of the Western Blot.>
On May 22, 2014 the Department of Health and Human Services - including the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the Centers for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration - held a "Special Webinar on Lyme Disease and Borrelia Persistence" that proved to be very interesting. They invited folks to listen in and people could send in questions, too. There were some really great questions submitted.
Speaker lineup was:
Dr. Stephen Barthold, University of California, Davis The Comparative Biology of Borrelia burgdorferi Persistence
Dr. Linda Bockenstedt, Yale School of Medicine Design of Animal Studies to Assess Borrelia burgdorferi Persistence
Dr. Monica Embers, Tulane University Studies of B. burgdorferi Persistence in the Nonhuman Primate
Dr. Adriana Marques, NIH, NIAID Searching for Persistence of Infection in Lyme disease
Dr. Linden Hu, Tufts University Borrelia burgdorferi Persistence: Consensus and Controversy – where do we go from here?
If you missed it, here are links to the transcript and the coordinating slides:
Il y a eu trois fois plus de cas de maladie de Lyme l’année dernière qu’en 2012. Et il faut s’attendre à un nouveau boom cet été, préviennent les scientifiques. «On peut dire sans trop se mouiller qu’il y aura plus de cas...
From the Associated Press: "Chicago Sky forward Elena Delle Donne won't be in the lineup against the New York Liberty on Friday night, sidelined indefinitely with a recurrence of Lyme disease.
The team announced Friday afternoon at shoot-around that Delle Donne had returned home to Delaware. The reigning rookie of the year missed five games this month because of the disease before playing against Connecticut on Wednesday. She scored 13 points in the loss, but said she wasn't feeling well after the game."
Chicago Sky forward Elena Delle Donne is sidelined indefinitely because of a recurrence of Lyme disease. The team announced Friday before the game against the New York Liberty that Delle Donne had returned home to Delaware. The reigning rookie of the year missed five games this month before...
Though Lyme is a curable disease, people who have been bitten by a tick feel it isn’t. This article provides information regarding the treatment of this condition. People living in northeast and upper mid-west America always...
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