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Lymedin2010
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I just found this article today. Rumors have been around about a few different upcoming tests, but nobody knows how effective they will be.


"We’ve had two patients that were negative,” he said. “That means we have the highest yield of any Lyme test so far with that.

Our worst suspicions have come to be reality that pretty much every person that walks in our office has at least one type of Borrelia, at least one type of Bartonella, at least one type of Babesia, and maybe Anaplasma and other things as well.”"


http://www.chronicwellnesssummits.com/klinghardt-develops-more-accurate-lyme-disease-test/

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(breaking up a paragraph for easier reading for many here)

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Catgirl
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Fascinating!

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Sounds like a massage and the dna connexions test ..my doc said he called the lab of all test 94% come back positive .so far myself ,and and 3 of 4 family members have borrelia +

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You know what this makes me think? Massage along with treatment might be the best way to kill these things.

Now to just convince my loved ones that massage is a necessary part of my treatment...

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ukcarry
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Sam, Teasel is supposed to work in this sort of way by drawing the bacteria from the organs and tissues into the bloodstream to be treated by other antimicrobials.

Certainly i had the worst Herx when I tried just one drop of it some years ago.

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ukcarry, I will definitely look into teasel. You're the second person to mention it to me this week, so I'll take that as my sign that I need to consider it. Did you continue the teasel?

I wonder if teasel would've given Dr. K the same type of results on this test. Or maybe he decided to use massage so that he could more accurately time when to take the sample.

Getting a massage does sound more fun than taking teasel though. (:

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