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by amr
Fri 4 Nov 2016 4:17
Forum: General Health
Topic: Test Of Experimental Alzheimer's Drug Finds Progress Against Brain Plaques
Replies: 1
Views: 3392

Re: Test Of Experimental Alzheimer's Drug Finds Progress Against Brain Plaques

I saw your title having "Alzheimer's" in it and I had just read an article regarding AD and wanted to post it somewhere but I'm not good at starting threads and slow to post as well because I can't possibly know if it's been posted before. I Hope you don't mind, Rita. TIA! Borrelia miyamatoi - small...
by amr
Fri 4 Nov 2016 3:54
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Anyone know the latest on the Ceres Nanotrap
Replies: 130
Views: 37900

Re: Anyone know the latest on the Ceres Nanotrap

I'm not sure how far Igenex has come with this since this article was written last year but I found it interesting - New Synthetic Antigen IGeneX explores ways to improve sensitivity of Western blots Tiny excerpt - "Because the in-house criteria do include the band that migrates where the OspA antig...
by amr
Mon 31 Oct 2016 4:44
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Bee sting bulls-eye
Replies: 0
Views: 4061

Bee sting bulls-eye

I've been computer-less for some time -- why I've been absent. I gave a general background/lyme history when I signed up here and Eva Sapi's research on Doxycycline causing the spirochettes to form biofilms (round bodies) ... which I was shown by others, that it had already been posted - Thankfully!...
by amr
Sun 6 Sep 2015 5:36
Forum: General Topics
Topic: On the Adversarials Against Chronicity in Lyme
Replies: 7
Views: 2076

Re: On the Adversarials Against Chronicity in Lyme

I meant to add in my question -- effects on bones, other than Lyme arthritis -- though I've wondered if Lyme arthritis is more like osteo or rheumatoid?

Thanks to all again!
by amr
Sat 5 Sep 2015 18:32
Forum: General Topics
Topic: On the Adversarials Against Chronicity in Lyme
Replies: 7
Views: 2076

Re: On the Adversarials Against Chronicity in Lyme

Dear Dr. MacDonald, I've watched several of your presentations on Youtube and I have to say Thank you for dedicating your life to such a controversial disease. It takes an awful lot of sacrifice to go up against the main-stream in medicine and to devote one's whole education and experience to a dise...
by amr
Fri 4 Sep 2015 17:49
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Study: 80% of 2T Positives False Positives in Certain Area...
Replies: 99
Views: 12691

Re: Study: 80% of 2T Positives False Positives in Certain Area...

Paul, another approach to evaluating Bb dispersion (actual vs risk) may be to recalibrate the requirements for a Lyme diagnosis. For instance, instead of the five IgG bands required in cases post-60 days of infection, make it two or three Bb-specific bands like 18kDa or 23-25kDa (OspC). Add IgM pos...
by amr
Fri 4 Sep 2015 17:24
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Suggested Treatment plan. Thoughts please ?
Replies: 13
Views: 6556

Re: Suggested Treatment plan. Thoughts please ?

Welcome, Philippe! It's good to hear that this drug worked for you as well. Thank you for reporting this. The only thing that I do now is try to boost my immune system, and other than the Vitamin C in pure powdered form and other common supplements - I'm still researching other natural ways to build...
by amr
Fri 4 Sep 2015 3:19
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Study: 80% of 2T Positives False Positives in Certain Area...
Replies: 99
Views: 12691

Re: Study: 80% of 2T Positives False Positives in Certain Area...

Wouldn't a PM have been more appropriate, hv808ct? This thread, as are most [unless derailed] contain Science based posts that some of us come to check regularly for the latest replies that are Science based or at the least, appropriate to the Topic. In fact, this one thread is why I joined LNE - ma...
by amr
Fri 4 Sep 2015 3:02
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Wormser - No conflicts here!
Replies: 1
Views: 1093

Re: Wormser - No conflicts here!

And - "The head of the panel to make Lyme Guidelines, Dr. Gary Wormser, called chronic Lyme patients “Lyme-Nuts”."

But actually, if my memory serves me correctly, that term was first coined by the CDC prior to Wormser using it.
by amr
Thu 3 Sep 2015 0:24
Forum: General Health
Topic: Bacteria activate sensory neurons that modulate pain and inflammation
Replies: 3
Views: 3934

Re: Bacteria activate sensory neurons that modulate pain and inflammation

ChronicLyme19 wrote:I wonder if emotional pain has the same impact as the physical pain on the immune response as well.
Yes, and sometimes even more.