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by X-member
Tue 20 Jul 2010 17:45
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: Lyme disease foundations and associations in Europe
Replies: 41
Views: 15862

Re: Lyme disease foundations and associations in Europe

Swedish (association) new site:

http://www.borrelia-tbe.se/

They also have a forum, but you have to be a member in the association (above) to take part in it!

Swedish (open) Lyme forum:

http://borrelia.forum24.se/

Norwegian Lyme forum (new adress):

http://sunshine35446.yuku.com/forums/95
by X-member
Sun 18 Jul 2010 21:49
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Chronic Lyme disease:in defense of the scientific enterprise
Replies: 4
Views: 867

Re: Chronic Lyme disease:in defense of the scientific enterp

I have to add, since you probably think, that I only talk about chronic Lyme cases that don't have had any treatment yet! The persons that have filmed and taken pictures of the blood for (with my darkfield microscope), is a mix of cases with chronic Lyme. Some of them are not on ABX (since Swedish D...
by X-member
Sun 18 Jul 2010 14:18
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Chronic Lyme disease:in defense of the scientific enterprise
Replies: 4
Views: 867

Re: Chronic Lyme disease:in defense of the scientific enterp

I give you some Swedish info: http://vrproj.vr.se/detail.asp?arendeid=70319 Resultaten av de planerade studierna i detta forskningsprojekt kommer att vara av stor betydelse för att utveckla bättre behandlings metoder, profylax och diagnostiseringsverktyg för olika Borrelia orsakade sjukdomar. I tran...
by X-member
Fri 16 Jul 2010 17:29
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Chronic Lyme disease:in defense of the scientific enterprise
Replies: 4
Views: 867

Re: Chronic Lyme disease:in defense of the scientific enterp

I wish I could remember what Lida Mattman have called this kind of "experts". Maybe someone else know? The first thing an expert have to understand, is what the medical term: chronic (in chronic Lyme) stands for. I Sweden, chronic Lyme is when you have had active (uncured!) Lyme for more than 6 mont...
by X-member
Tue 13 Jul 2010 0:15
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: The Psychological Effects of Tetracycline Derivatives
Replies: 19
Views: 3793

Re: The Psychological Effects of Tetracycline Derivatives

Since I bought my microscope (almost a year ago), and started to read and learn a lot more about this bacteria, I will never accept what IDSA (and our Swedish infection "specialists") "guess and assume" and what "the mainstream say" about chronic (=of long duration) Lyme! Everyone with chronic Lyme ...
by X-member
Mon 12 Jul 2010 19:18
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: The Psychological Effects of Tetracycline Derivatives
Replies: 19
Views: 3793

Re: The Psychological Effects of Tetracycline Derivatives

Spanky, you wrote: "ILADS members may have a financial reason for not wanting to pursue research. They might be afraid that the answers would shut them down." If they understood the bacteria (CWD/L-form, biofilm and so on) they should not be afraid. :roll: But, we maybe have to find better treatments?
by X-member
Mon 12 Jul 2010 18:41
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: The Psychological Effects of Tetracycline Derivatives
Replies: 19
Views: 3793

Re: The Psychological Effects of Tetracycline Derivatives

Since IDSA claim that chronic (=of long duration) ACTIVE Lyme doesn't exist, they could not have done any, studies on CHRONIC ACTIVE LYME!? And, I think studies made on "PLS" (what I know, they still don't know what "PLS" actually is), should NOT be used, in any discussions about chronic ACTIVE Lyme...
by X-member
Sun 11 Jul 2010 17:47
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Persistence of borrelial DNA in Bb-infected mice
Replies: 56
Views: 6634

Re: Persistence of borrelial DNA in Bb-infected mice

Thank you! :D

But, maybe we only need infection specialists who listen to the skilled microbiologists we already have in Sweden? :roll:
by X-member
Sun 11 Jul 2010 17:36
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Persistence of borrelial DNA in Bb-infected mice
Replies: 56
Views: 6634

Re: Persistence of borrelial DNA in Bb-infected mice

Hi again! I don't think I have mixed up anything. I talk about the type that is most common in blod, not the "normal spiral shaped type". And, my intention was NOT to culture anything. My intention was to learn our Swedish specialists to recognise the form (or forms) that is most common in blood! If...
by X-member
Sun 11 Jul 2010 13:25
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Persistence of borrelial DNA in Bb-infected mice
Replies: 56
Views: 6634

Re: Persistence of borrelial DNA in Bb-infected mice

Hi again PhD Googlittle! You wrote: "Hello Carina, Nice shot! What did your infection specialist have to say about that one? My guess is that he would continue to argue that light microscophy/dark field is not a relevant diagnosis technique for Borrelia, due to the multiple known error sources." I h...