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    Lyme's disease is spreading

    Hey guys don't know if this is the place to post this but I thought I would throw this out there for those of you who are unaware of this. Lyme's disease has spread faster and is 4 times more prevelant than AIDS...spread by tick, mosquito and fleas...don't be fooled into the myth that it can't be in your state...trust me it's every where...link to a great video:http://www.underourskin.com/

    A little about how I was introduced to this...my wife was a vibrant, outdoors, exercising woman...was a Detention Officer and could really hold her own physically...in 06 she went camping at a lake in AZ with some friends. She came back with a strange bug bite that just looked a little red and raised...she did not have the typical bulls eye rash associated with Lyme's...several months later fatigue, dizziness, chronic pain, numbness in her arms started...needless to say all the doctors told her she couldn't have Lyme's because we don't have that here in AZ. So mainly they told her it was all in her head. So after three years of not being taken seriously and going undiagnosed and treated we finally found a doctor who was a micro biologist before becoming a doctor...he ran a whole battery of tests on her and found she indeed had Lyme's and also tested positive for rocky mounted spotted fever. Since 2010 she has tested positive for lymes everytime now. The doctor has been doing research in this area for a long time now and since my wife was diagnosed 1300 other cases have been reported to the CDC...having gone so long untreated the disease has spread to every tissue, every blood cell every nerve and is beyond the point of curing her. So this will be a life long disease for her. Let me tell you it is extremely debilitating. This doctor has also found co-infections along with the Lyme's which they don't have a name for yet but have labeled it FL1953, which is a protazoan they have yet to identify but have linked to other disease's out there...regular and heavy antiobiotics do not even touch this thing:
    Dr. Stephen Fry - Biofilms and FL1953
    Biofilms are a structured community of bacterial cells enclosed in a self-produced polymer matrix and adherent to an inert of living surface.
    Slime in a stream is biofilm.
    Biofilm is an aggregate of microorganisms where cells adhere to each other and/or to a surface.
    Dental plaque is a biofilm community.
    Biofilms impact medical implants, drinking water, teeth, ship hulls, oil recovery, cooling water, foods processing, and paper manufacturing.
    Biofilms contain calcium, iron, and magnesium.
    Chronic sinusitis is a biofilm. Dental issues are related to biofilms.
    Stenotic arteries and coronary artery disease may be related to biofilms.
    Alzheimer's and many other diseases may be related to biofilms.
    Otitis media - 99% of the time is a complex biofilm.
    In their smear testing, they had initially identified "Bartonella" which was then determined to be "Haemobartonella" or mycoplasma. A better term is Epierythrocytic bacteria.
    Minocycline and Clindamycin both have anti-parasitic properties.
    People with ALS have profound biofilm communities in their blood.
    Fry Labs was the first lab to report a biofilm-producing protozoan (FL1953).
    All ALS patients have Ralstonia (pseudomonas) and FL1953.
    The FL1953 protozoan is something new. It is not Babesia, malaria, toxoplasmosis, etc. It is unique.
    FL1953 has more profound biofilm formation than pseudomonas.
    In microtiter plates, they cannot get the biofilm off the plates. It is stuck for good.
    Filaments observed in a flow system with a Doppler could be biofilms.
    CFS is a prelude to MS and other neurodegenerative disorders.
    They caught mosquitoes in an area of Arizona with many sick patients. 81% of the mosquitoes harbored FL1953.
    They looked at several dogs. The older the dog, the more likely they have the organisms.
    This novel biofilm-forming organism could be the heart of the problem.
    Dr. Fry uses tetracyclines, Plaquenil, and other agents.
    He acknowledges that some herbals work better than antibiotics.
    Arginine, folic acid, and magnesium are considered problematicand he does not use these in his patients.
    He uses a McDougall low-fat diet with patients as biofilms have a fat component to them and eating fats, even healthy fats, may add to the problem of biofilms. The Swank MS low-fat diet may also be helpful.
    Dr. Fry's lab is working on drug sensitivity studies now for FL1953.
    FL1953 has been renamed and is now known as Protomyxozoa rheumatica.
    Ivermectin, anti-protozoals, and anthelmintics show best efficacy.
    Dr. Fry talked about CCSVI treatment as a mechanical approach to addressing biofilms.
    As you give more fatty acids, you increase the growth rate of the organism by 150 times. Organism likes fat and fat restriction may be a key to recovery. No meat, no cheese, no oils, no avocados, no nuts.
    FL1953 is a biofilm forming, hematogenous, vector-borne infection. It adheres to the vascular walls / endothelium. It is lipid-loving. It is complex like a worm. It is drug-resistant. It can produce strong Herxheimer reactions.
    The FL1953 protozoan is the "Foundation Pathogen". It is profoundly immune-suppressive. Once you treat parasites and fungus, bacteria much more easily go away.
    Dr. Klinghardt suggested that liposomal artemisinin may be helpful here given that these microbes love fats and that artemisinin is shown to be powerful against protozoan organisms such as malaria.
    Dr. Fry thinks this may be the cause of Rheumatoid arthritis.
    touch this thing..heavy heavy malaria based drugs used with no effect either. Here are some highlight notes from his recent findings:

    Just wanted to put this out there as a warning to all.
    Last edited by baldsith; 08-14-2011 at 07:52 PM.
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    Dec 2010
    WI/MN/IA border area
    It's endemic in this area. Where I work, we usually do send off a Lyme's test, but most of the time if the story is even remotely possible for Lyme's they win a course of Doxycycline before we even get the test back.

    Stay Safe,

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    Thanks for the info baldsyth. Oldest child just came back from an extended stay in New England. She has CFS and unexplained pain. She asked the doc if it could be Lyme, denied, but treated with strong antibiotics. Now he may be suffering from Herxheimer. Time will tell.

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