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
; 8 ans de bi et tri therapies d'antibiotiques auxquels j'ai ajouté une partie du protocole Buhner et autres; rechute en 2016 il faut recommencer les traitements
photo: NEXUS 2012
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-New York, said he will ask Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign a state bill that passed this year to let physicians use long-term antibiotic therapy for patients with symptoms of chronic Lyme disease.
Une piqûre de tique passe souvent inaperçue. Or elle peut être dangereuse, puisque elle est susceptible de transmettre par exemple la bactérie Borrelia, responsable de la maladie de Lyme. Cette maladie grave peut toucher...
Halloween is the one time of the year where most people deliberately subject themselves to fallacious horror in order to conjure a good scare. A scare founded and supported on the knowledge that what...
"Slicing away at the link between Lyme disease and chronic illness? A new study purports that chronic fatigue is not a long-term symptom for Lyme disease sufferers. But the study is self-validating in that it looks only at people who were diagnosed and treated early. IDSA Lyme guidelines author and chronic Lyme denialist Gary Wormser MD is behind the research. Do the study's results ring true in your experience?"
Lyme disease is a potentially serious bacterial disease transmitted by tick bites. Although fairly easy to treat when caught in its early stages, Lyme disease can be a debilitating illness in advanced stages and treatment becomes increasingly...
"Lyme disease is on the rise. According to researchers from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health in Toronto, Canada, Lyme disease incidence increased about 80% in the United States between 1993 and 2007. That’s a huge jump, and it’s being blamed to a large extent on climate change."
"Warming global temperatures are giving ticks, which carry the disease, more time to complete their life cycle and reach more northerly latitudes that used to be too cold for them."
(ALDA note: As climate change science is still in debate, the REAL story related to Lyme Disease is that the reported trend in warming temperatures are causing a dramatic increase in tick-borne diseases in some areas.
This should be BIG news for those who contend that Lyme Disease is only endemic in the northeast U.S. and is spreading to others parts of the country! This disparity in logic calls for an investigation and funding for research that will objectively study the incidence of the tick-borne diseases in ALL parts of the country, including the Southern U.S.)