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by hanegalen
Wed 30 Sep 2009 21:45
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!
Replies: 396
Views: 42296

Re: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!

fin
whAT ARE YOU SAYING? IS FRYLABS ACTUALLY USING ASU?

GALE
by hanegalen
Wed 30 Sep 2009 5:59
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!
Replies: 396
Views: 42296

Re: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb ... ic/1/86351

And the rumors out of Fry`s lab goes on the same way.

Fry is going to publish next month
they have sequenced the organims- parasite or bacteria??
It is inside a biofilm
and and

Gale
by hanegalen
Thu 24 Sep 2009 19:38
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!
Replies: 396
Views: 42296

Re: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!

claudia I did not intend my question to be provocative in any way.I dont understand- simple as that. In Europe,I know of only very very few docs who make wet-mounts or smears in connection with tick born infections.In fact, I know with certainty of only one (who documented the findings for me) The o...
by hanegalen
Thu 24 Sep 2009 9:01
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!
Replies: 396
Views: 42296

Re: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!

Hi i found this on LYmeMD`s blog. I believe there is substance to these findings.Strange that Fry only has reported the things clinging to the erothrocytes and not the other phenomena found by Clongen. The incredible wet mount exam: Numerous blood wet mounts of tick borne disease patients have now b...
by hanegalen
Tue 15 Sep 2009 9:14
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: James L. Schaller, MD, MAR, PA, DABPN, DABFM, CMI, CMR, PA
Replies: 42
Views: 50032

Re: James L. Schaller, MD, MAR, PA, DABPN, DABFM, CMI, CMR, PA

I actually got my hands on one of Schaller´s (MAH) e-books.The one about bartonella. (is there a new one?).Indirectly it gave a lot of information.But when it comes to his cure for bartonella infections one is left in the dark,ofcourse.Has anybody actually found his "cure" anywhere?Or do you still h...
by hanegalen
Sun 13 Sep 2009 9:02
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: What country should overseas travelers get tested in?
Replies: 11
Views: 1817

Re: What country should overseas travelers get tested in?

hi Martian No i have got no evidence at all and I should probably not have posted anything about it.So just take it as a subjective personal advice without scientific basis. However I can say this from my personal experience.It seems as if there has been a change in the way the results are being eva...
by hanegalen
Sat 5 Sep 2009 5:50
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: What country should overseas travelers get tested in?
Replies: 11
Views: 1817

Re: What country should overseas travelers get tested in?

hi You can probably read about it on their website - believe there is an english version.If not, it is a test that is designed to show if the infection is active. thatr is if you are dealing with another infection having had treatment for borrelia.It has been questioned.unrightfully so , is my perso...
by hanegalen
Fri 4 Sep 2009 9:18
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: What country should overseas travelers get tested in?
Replies: 11
Views: 1817

Re: What country should overseas travelers get tested in?

hi
If you decide to have a test performed in Europe (which makes very much sense) i would use www.imd-berlin.de .the one on Köln is know to have too many positives.
I would consider spending money on a Ltt-test, also.
Gale
by hanegalen
Mon 24 Aug 2009 8:51
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!
Replies: 396
Views: 42296

Re: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!

thank you kitty
my mistake.If the blood was drawn at the same time for Fry and the Breidtschwerdt test- is it likely that the pcr woldnt have been positive given that the dots are the bartonellas??

all the best
Gale
by hanegalen
Sun 23 Aug 2009 21:21
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!
Replies: 396
Views: 42296

Re: CDC and Fry Lab blood smear--weird info!

A person posted on LNU that she had a pcr - cultivation confirmed identification of Bart visionii B. confirmed by the absolut expert (A prof E.Breidtschwerdt), Aso, it seems, she had a somewhat atypical Fry smear with something inside the redblood-cells.
??
Gale