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Tryal - one of the 6% cured of LD
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My adventure Motorcycle Club says that if there's no photo or video, it probably never happened. I have a photo, but this forum doesn't allow photo uploads.
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Tell us more.....we'll settle for a word picture!

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You can post photos...it's just very difficult. (If you ask me.)

I have no idea how to do it.

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they say a picture is worth a thousand words
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Tryal - one of the 6% cured of LD
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I don't see an option to post a photo. Sorry folks. I agree with Willy that photos are required, because there is so much disinfo, and this particular M word is Shadow Bend in Facebook, weme or mewe, Gab and most forums.
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Update. The use of a pumice stone revealed many times more parasite then was visible. The parasites formed a fake or camouflage skin overlay. Unfortunately, I am out of ideas. These parasites evolved and became resistant rapidly to at least 20 methods that I applied.
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Hi Tryal;

So the skin is made of two basic proteins, Keratin and collagen. Keratin is like what your fingernails are made of. When a person has keratin gene dysfunction then you get crusty hard patches where it is trying to heal.

www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0003986110005163

"Keratin Gene Mutations in Disorders of Human Skin and its Appendages"

Bartonella causes Lymphoma and it manifests in the skin very often so you get lesions and skin tumors then because bartonella also causes genetic dysfunction when that tries to heal it makes a keratin heavy hard skin.

https://academic.oup.com/jid/article/207/9/1397/928803

"B. henselae Infection Stimulates the Increase of Keratin Gene Expression"

https://academic.oup.com/femsre/article/36/3/563/634924

“Persistence of Bartonella spp. stealth pathogens: from subclinical infections to vasoproliferative tumor formation”

That is one aspect of the lyme complex, eventually some people will get skin cancer.

For a local treatment Lugol's iodine works well if you apply it every day , it will take a couple months for the tumors to go away.

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Thanks Willie. However I have the iron eating parasite, not lime. My parasites are now legal iodine resistant. I do not have Bartonella either. I can pass the straight line walking test. Thanks for your concern of course.
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What do you have that eats iron? I have a genetic disorder (hemochromatosis) where I load iron. I always have a lot of free iron floating around my blood for food.
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