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Posted by Bartenderbonnie (Member # 49177) on :
Dr Edward Breitschwerdt, DVM is one of the world's leading researchers in animals with Vector Borne Illnesses.

Dr Ed' research has lead to many amazing discoveries that benefit mankind. Here is acess to some of his published research;
Posted by Garz (Member # 52095) on :
I think he is a very under-appreciated guy in the medical world. Perhaps because of professional bias by the medical establishment as he is a Vet by original training.
he has done more to move the knowledge of bartonella infections forward than any other researcher I have come across in all my reading.
I highly recommend his papers and presentations

The presentations give a better overview - he presented at a convention on vector-borne diseases called NORVECT - if you searh for his surname and NORVECT you should find them.
Posted by Rumigirl (Member # 15091) on :
He is an absolute gem!! I've seen his presentations at conferences, heard him, read his papers. He's so dedicated, smart, incisive, and down-to-earth, all at the same time.

He's surely the world's expert on Bartonella. It killed his father, and likely his mother, so he had a strong incentive to delve into it deeply.

Thank you for posting BB!

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