Thanks for posting this...we cannot ignore the role that inflammation plays in our ongoing neuro symptoms. This study may explain why some have persistent symptoms post treatment and others do not...?
[ 03-20-2010, 09:06 PM: Message edited by: Sick Tick ]
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- If infection would be adequately addressed from the start, inflammation would be brought under control. Treating the infection is number one on the list.
Feelfit, thanks for link above to the article:
Possible role of glial cells in the onset and progression of Lyme neuroborreliosis
Here's another similar article from the same journal:
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quote:. LNB affects both the peripheral and the central nervous systems (CNS), resulting in acute and chronic inflammation accompanied with neurological deficits that may persist for the lifetime of a patient
Amazing they admit it can last a lifetime. Still hard to see in print....such a bummer.