A United Front Against Lime

“A United Front Against Lyme” | Times Union (Albany) | September 24, 2013 Saranac Lake Timothy Sellati’s dreams involve endless supplies of eight-legged creatures bursting with infectious pathogens. For the Trudeau Institute immunologist, visions of ticks with mutated genes are not the stuff of nightmares, but part of the big idea he is pursuing in […]

Bacterial Infection & Alzheimers

Chronic Inflammation and Amyloidogenesis in Alzheimer’s Disease: The Role of Spirochetes (PDF) PhD thesis (2005) of Judith Miklossy http://dea.lib.unideb.hu/dea/bitstream/2437/2648/1/Miklossy_Judith_ertekezes.pdf Oddly, bacterial infection doesn’t seem to rate highly as causative for the authors of this article in The Economist … “Beta testing” | The Economist | June 22, 2013 http://www.economist.com/news/science-and-technology/21579792-search-treatment-dementia-continues-beta-testing

Persistence in Lyme Disease (273 citations)

The following references for persistence of Lyme disease (Lyme borreliosis) are listed alphabetically and chronologically: 1. Aalto A, Sjowall J, Davidsson L, Forsberg P, Smedby O. Brain magnetic resonance imaging does not contribute to the diagnosis of chronic neuroborreliosis. Acta Radiol 2007; 48: 755-762. [white matter hyperintensities or basal ganglia lesions]. 2. Abele DC and […]

ARTICLE: “Ancient Engine”

IDSA Guidelines authors and IDSA bureaucrats equally defend their entrenched position huddling behind the battlements of “science”. They claim there is no science supporting the thesis of Chronic Lyme and banish discussion and dissenting opinion as neurotic hearsay. While there’s plenty of emotional venting — more than enough to go around — let it not […]

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