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Lymedin2010
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BOOM!!!!

Dr. Alan MacDonald, THE GOD OF BORRELIA, strikes again & this time showing that Borrelia can be seen in the blood of someone who is long-term ill with Lyme Disease & where serology testing may be negative or inconclusive. Please, please, please donate if you have not already (I have [Smile] )


THANK YOU Dr. MacDonald!!!


http://f1000research.com/posters/1097535


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"Borrelia Spirochetes In Human blood Fluorescence In Situ DNA Hybridization Method -FISH"


"Borrelia in Patient Blood by FISH Method is a Reliable Diagnostic Method"


"•Borrelia in Spiral form ( Rare)

•Borrelia in cylindrical undulating form,

•Form, Borrelia in Granular form

•Borrelia in Biofilm

•Borrelia in Cystic Communities,

•Borrelia in L Form ( Cell Wall Deficient form)

•All of These Diverse Profiles Contain DNA of Borrelia

•All are detectable by FISH method with

Molecular Beacon DNA "

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Score!!!! Yes, I really just reverted to an excited 16 year old and wrote "score" although I'm a grown woman. Fantastic!!!! Thanks for posting.
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TxCoord
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Me: or as they would say at the World Cup "Gooooooooaaaaaaaaalllllll!!!"

Now if the testing were approved by ALL insurances.

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Eight Legs Bad
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Yes, I have just added a thread here called
"Borrelia DNA and antibodies to Borrelial proteins found in Lewy Body Dementia".

This is yet another breakthrough made by Dr MacDonald and his Duray research foundation.

You can read more about all these discoveries on the following two websites:

www.durayresearch.wordpress.com

www.spirodementia.wordpress.com

Elena

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Lymedin2010
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I guess we have to ask...what is the hold up in using this in a standard blood GOLD STANDARD test?


Many are ill out there without any knowledge & it is time we at least got a better picture of the global severity!

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I just don't understand how all this research was ignored for so long.
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Eight Legs Bad
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The reasons for the hold up are encapsulated in this article I wrote 10 years ago. (Very much more evidence has surfaced since then to corroborate what I wrote.)

http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=3418432

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