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Tincup
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Several months ago (April 2016) Linden Hu (from the infamous 2001 Klempner Study) coauthored another paper producing the following quote- "Recent evidence supports treating patients with erythema migrans for no longer than 10 days when doxycycline is used and prescription of a 14-day course of oral doxycycline for early neurologic Lyme disease in ambulatory patients."

Link Here- http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27115378

Hu had received over $6.4 MILLION in Lyme related grants for the 10 years prior to 2014.

In 2014, the same Linden Hu, of the "let's put live ticks on people to see if they can then infect mice" fame (xeno-diagnosis) received another $1 MILLION grant from the government (NIAID) for the following.... FOODSOURCE LURE CORPORATION

"Dr. Hu's laboratory has developed an oral vaccine for mice using a vaccinia virus vector expressing the B. burgdorferi protein outer surface protein A (OspA). In phase I of this project, we developed a stable, highly palatable system for delivering the vaccine to mice and shown that it is immunogenic and protective. ...

In this phase II STTR proposal, we will focus on translating our phase I research towards the development of a commercial product. The next step towards commercialization is receiving USDA regulatory approval to produce and distribute the vaccine in field trials."

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In 2015 Hu received another $813,610, from the government (NIAID), for the performing more xeno-diagnosis studies on humans to try to prove active infection is not the cause of persistence. He states...

"Here we propose the Phase II study to determine whether a detection of bacteria by xenodiagnosis correlates with prolonged symptoms in patients after infection with B. burgdorferi. In specific aim #1, we will enroll subjects who have the characteristic erythema migrans (EM) rash after completion of antibiotic therapy.

Changes in the subjects functional capacity over time will be determined by serial testing using the Short Form 36 version 2 (SF-36v2) and the Fatigue Severity Scale (FSS).

Patients will have xenodiagnosis performed at 2-4 months after treatment and again at 8-10 months after treatment. ...

Because only a minority of subjects in Aim 1 are likely to have persistent symptoms, in Aim 2 we will specifically target subjects with persistent symptoms.

We will enroll subjects with persistent symptoms associated with Lyme greater than 6 months after their original treatment. Functional status will be measured by SF-36v2 and FSS and xenodiagnosis will be performed as in Aim 1. Results of xenodiagnosis in asymptomatic patients at the 8-10 month time point from Aim 1 will serve as the comparison group for the subjects in Aim 2.

These studies have the potential to address the controversial issue of whether bacterial persistence is linked to prolonged symptoms in patients who have been treated for Lyme disease. Identifying the link between persistent infections and persistent symptoms is important because it may directly impact strategies that are used to treat chronic Lyme disease."

Link here
https://projectreporter.nih.gov/project_info_details.cfm?aid=8915607&icde=0

Here are some of the more recent government grants Linden Hu received between 2014- 2016. Two years- over 2.51 MILLION dollars.


436 5R21AI103905-02 USE OF MASSIVELY PARALLEL SEQUENCING FOR IDENTIFICATION OF B. BURGDORFERI VIRULEN HU, LINDEN T et al. TUFTS MEDICAL CENTER 2014 NIAID
NIAID

$234,650
359 7R21AI111317-02 ROLE OF CARBON AVAILABILITY IN ENVIRONMENTAL ADAPTATION BY BORRELIA BURGDORFERI HU, LINDEN T et al. TUFTS UNIVERSITY BOSTON 2016 NIAID
NIAID

$258,312
420 5R42AI078631-05 DELIVERY SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT FOR A RESERVOIR TARGETED LYME DISEASE VACCINE HU, LINDEN T FOODSOURCE LURE CORPORATION 2014 NIAID
NIAID

$1,000,000
573 1R21AI126757-01 ROLE OF INNATE IMMUNE TOLERANCE IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF LYME DISEASE HU, LINDEN T TUFTS UNIVERSITY BOSTON 2016 NIAID
NIAID

$206,250
766 7U01AI109656-02 SEARCHING FOR PERSISTENCE IN LYME DISEASE HU, LINDEN T TUFTS UNIVERSITY BOSTON 2015 NIAID
NIAID

$813,610


More Hu grant information...

http://grantome.com/grant/NIH/U01-AI109656-01A1


*** I am using these names simply because they are well known in the Lyme community and they have been receiving (and continue receiving) government grants. All of this information is available online for anyone to access.

See Part 2 and Part 3 below.

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For years Steven Schutzer received more money than I can count for developing a Lyme test and or vaccine.

WHERE IS IT?

His latest grant ($299,998), using info from Lyme studies, is for a new MS diagnostic test, with the author stating...

"The current study is designed to establish a diagnostic test for early MS. This would be a landmark achievement because no such test currently exists. ...

A diagnostic test for early MS would be of critical importance for patients with this disease by allowing immediate institution of therapy.

We will follow up on our recently published studies indicating protein biomarkers are present at this stage of the disease.

Our team has the expertise and the necessary samples to do achieve this. ...

A reliable, objective diagnostic test for MS will reduce disability and suffering including that for families, health care and lost productivity costs. We have the relevant samples, personnel to start immediately."

1 R43 AI114009 01A1
DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC TEST FOR EARLY ONSET OF LYME DISEASE SCHUTZER, STEVEN E BIOSCIENCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. 2015 NIAID
NIAID
$299,999


1 R43 NS041689 01A1
ASSAY TO DETECT EARLY NEUROLOGIC LYME DISEASE SCHUTZER, STEVEN E BIOSCIENCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. 2003 NINDS
NINDS
$158,940

1 R43 NS090908 01A1
DEVELOPMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC TEST FOR EARLY MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SCHUTZER, STEVEN E BIOSCIENCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. 2015 NINDS
NINDS
$299,998


1 R44 AI047553 01A1
ASSAY TO DETECT ACUTE ACTIVE LYME DISEASE SCHUTZER, STEVEN E BIOSCIENCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. 2000 NIAID
NIAID
$113,552

2 R44 AI077156 02
BROAD DETECTION SYSTEM FOR TICK-BORNE PATHOGENS SCHUTZER, STEVEN E BIOSCIENCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. 2009 NIAID
NIAID
$1,025,977


4 R44 AI047553 02
ASSAY TO DETECT ACUTE ACTIVE LYME DISEASE SCHUTZER, STEVEN E BIOSCIENCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. 2004 NIAID
NIAID
$391,664

5 R01 AR041518 02
COMPLEXED ANTIBODY IN EARLY DIAGNOSIS AND COURSE OF LYME SCHUTZER, STEVEN E UNIV OF MED/DENT OF NJ-NJ MEDICAL SCHOOL 1992 NIAMS
NIAMS
$158,713

5 R01 AR041518 03
COMPLEXED ANTIBODY IN EARLY DIAGNOSIS AND COURSE OF LYME SCHUTZER, STEVEN E UNIV OF MED/DENT OF NJ-NJ MEDICAL SCHOOL 1993 NIAMS
NIAMS
$168,196

5 R44 AI047553 03
ASSAY TO DETECT ACUTE ACTIVE LYME DISEASE SCHUTZER, STEVEN E BIOSCIENCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. 2005 NIAID
NIAID
$391,664

5 R44 AI077156 03
BROAD DETECTION SYSTEM FOR TICK-BORNE PATHOGENS SCHUTZER, STEVEN E BIOSCIENCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. 2010 NIAID
NIAID
$1,015,396


5 R44 AI077156 04
BROAD DETECTION SYSTEM FOR TICK-BORNE PATHOGENS SCHUTZER, STEVEN E BIOSCIENCE DEVELOPMENT, INC. 2011 NIAID
NIAID
$969,604

See Part 3 below.

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Alan Steere received another $435,000 in 2016 for a study on Lyme related autoimmunity and post infectious syndrome.

Yale (Krause, Bockenstedt and Barbour) received another 1.58 MILLION DOLLARS (2015-16) for Lyme related studies, with much of it going toward studying mice (again, still).

New York Medical College received another $402,500 for 2015. Their list of previously funded Lyme related studies (below) would make your head spin.


578 4R01AI101175-04 AUTOIMMUNITY TO ECGF IN LYME DISEASE AND ITS POST-INFECTIOUS SYNDROMES STEERE, ALLEN C MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL 2016 NIAID
NIAID

$435,000


584 1F31AI118233-01A1 POPULATION GENOMICS OF BORRELIA BURGDORFERI, THE TICK-BORNE AGENT OF LYME DISEASE WALTER, KATHARINE SASSANDRA YALE UNIVERSITY 2016 NIAID
NIAID
$28,236


845 5R33AI100191-05 A NEW CYTOKINE-BASED IMMUNOASSAY FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF LYME DISEASE BOCKENSTEDT, LINDA K YALE UNIVERSITY 2016 NIAID
NIAID
$468,476


701 5R37AI049200-15 TISSUE-SPECIFIC BORRELIA GENE EXPRESSION FIKRIG, EROL YALE UNIVERSITY 2015 NIAID
NIAID
$416,250


289 1R56AI114859-01 BORRELIA MIYAMOTOI INFECTION IN MICE AND HUMANS BOCKENSTEDT, LINDA K et al. YALE UNIVERSITY 2015 NIAID
NIAID
$670,392


598 5R01AI045801-14 BORRELIA BURGDORFERI TICK PHASE GENES AND LYME DISEASE PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2015 NIAID
NIAID
$402,500


1 R01 AI045801 01
DETERMINANTS OF B BURGDORFERI HEMATOGENOUS DISSEMINATION SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1999 NIAID
NIAID
$344,104


1 U01 CI000160 01
LYME DISEASE DIAGNOSIS WITH HOST GENE EXPRESSION ARRAYS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2004 CID
NCEZID
$251,674


1 U01 CK000153 01
GENE EXPRESSION BIOMARKERS FOR DIAGNOSIS OF LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2010 CDC
CDC
$249,945


2 R01 AI045801 05A1
B. BURGDORFERI HEMATOGENOUS DISSEMINATION SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2004 NIAID
NIAID
$351,000


2 R01 AI045801 10A1
BORRELIA BURGDORFERI TICK PHASE GENES AND LYME DISEASE PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2011 NIAID
NIAID
$399,583


2 R01 AR041511 05A1
NUCLEIC ACID BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1996 NIAMS
NIAMS
$219,572


2 R01 AR041511 09A1
NUCLEIC ACID-BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2000 NIAMS
NIAMS
$377,144


2 R01 AR041511 14
GENOTYPIC VARIATION AND B. BURGDORFERI PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2005 NIAMS
NIAMS
$412,076


3 R01 AI045801 09S1
B. BURGDORFERI HEMATOGENOUS DISSEMINATION SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2009 NIAID
NIAID
$173,789


3 R01 AR041511 05A1S1
NUCLEIC ACID BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1996 NIAMS
NIAMS
$25,954


3 R01 AR041511 06S1
NUCLEIC ACID BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1997 NIAMS
NIAMS
$78,250


3 R01 AR041511 07S1
NUCLEIC ACID BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1998 NIAMS
NIAMS
$78,250


3 R01 AR041511 08S1
NUCLEIC ACID BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1999 NIAMS
NIAMS
$78,250


3 R01 AR041511 18S1
GENOTYPIC VARIATION AND B. BURGDORFERI PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2009 NIAMS
NIAMS
$217,929


5 R01 AI045801 02
DETERMINANTS OF B BURGDORFERI HEMATOGENOUS DISSEMINATION SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2000 NIAID
NIAID
$339,624


5 R01 AI045801 03
DETERMINANTS OF B BURGDORFERI HEMATOGENOUS DISSEMINATION SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2001 NIAID
NIAID
$339,498


5 R01 AI045801 04
DETERMINANTS OF B BURGDORFERI HEMATOGENOUS DISSEMINATION SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2002 NIAID
NIAID
$287,600


5 R01 AI045801 06
B. BURGDORFERI HEMATOGENOUS DISSEMINATION SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2005 NIAID
NIAID
$351,000


5 R01 AI045801 07
B. BURGDORFERI HEMATOGENOUS DISSEMINATION SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2006 NIAID
NIAID
$342,752


5 R01 AI045801 08
B. BURGDORFERI HEMATOGENOUS DISSEMINATION SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2007 NIAID
NIAID
$332,812


5 R01 AI045801 09
B. BURGDORFERI HEMATOGENOUS DISSEMINATION SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2008 NIAID
NIAID
$326,489


5 R01 AI045801 11
BORRELIA BURGDORFERI TICK PHASE GENES AND LYME DISEASE PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2012 NIAID
NIAID
$402,500


5 R01 AI045801 12
BORRELIA BURGDORFERI TICK PHASE GENES AND LYME DISEASE PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2013 NIAID
NIAID
$448,323


5 R01 AI045801 13
BORRELIA BURGDORFERI TICK PHASE GENES AND LYME DISEASE PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2014 NIAID
NIAID
$402,500


5 R01 AI045801 14
BORRELIA BURGDORFERI TICK PHASE GENES AND LYME DISEASE PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2015 NIAID
NIAID
$402,500


5 R01 AR041511 02
NUCLEIC ACID-BASED DIANOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1992 NIAMS
NIAMS
$144,580


5 R01 AR041511 03
NUCLEIC ACID-BASED DIANOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1993 NIAMS
NIAMS
$167,310


5 R01 AR041511 04
NUCLEIC ACID-BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1994 NIAMS
NIAMS
$174,422


5 R01 AR041511 06
NUCLEIC ACID BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1997 NIAMS
NIAMS
$232,567


5 R01 AR041511 07
NUCLEIC ACID BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1998 NIAMS
NIAMS
$241,522


5 R01 AR041511 08
NUCLEIC ACID BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 1999 NIAMS
NIAMS
$250,835


5 R01 AR041511 10
NUCLEIC ACID-BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2001 NIAMS
NIAMS
$359,206


5 R01 AR041511 11
NUCLEIC ACID-BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2002 NIAMS
NIAMS
$369,984


5 R01 AR041511 12
NUCLEIC ACID-BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2003 NIAMS
NIAMS
$381,085


5 R01 AR041511 13
NUCLEIC ACID-BASED DIAGNOSTIC PROBES FOR LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2004 NIAMS
NIAMS
$392,517


5 R01 AR041511 15
GENOTYPIC VARIATION AND B. BURGDORFERI PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2006 NIAMS
NIAMS
$400,385


5 R01 AR041511 16
GENOTYPIC VARIATION AND B. BURGDORFERI PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2007 NIAMS
NIAMS
$400,440


5 R01 AR041511 17
GENOTYPIC VARIATION AND B. BURGDORFERI PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2008 NIAMS
NIAMS
$399,271


5 R01 AR041511 18
GENOTYPIC VARIATION AND B. BURGDORFERI PATHOGENESIS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2009 NIAMS
NIAMS
$411,250


5 U01 CI000160 02
LYME DISEASE DIAGNOSIS WITH HOST GENE EXPRESSION ARRAYS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2005 CID
NCEZID
$249,560


5 U01 CI000160 03
LYME DISEASE DIAGNOSIS WITH HOST GENE EXPRESSION ARRAYS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2006 CID
NCEZID
$224,604


5 U01 CI000160 04
LYME DISEASE DIAGNOSIS WITH HOST GENE EXPRESSION ARRAYS SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2007 CID
CDC
$213,374


5 U01 CK000153 02
GENE EXPRESSION BIOMARKERS FOR DIAGNOSIS OF LYME DISEASE SCHWARTZ, IRA S. NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE 2011 CDC
CDC
$249,945


While we cry and while we wait for answers, what exactly do they have to show for the $$ they've received?

If we don't get some one in power to "follow the money" and make everyone accountable, this waste will continue for another decade, or two, or ten.

We will never get answers if we allow this to continue.

The End.

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Seeing hundreds of thousands of $$$ going to "study" but never develop any thing of use brings me to the point of anger.

Instead of spending all of that money repeating tests how about providing care for those already reporting chronic neuroborreliosis?!?!?!?

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Wow...crying

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This is infuriating! They just want to "prove" their agenda since the debate over chronic Lyme vs PTLDS heats up and has received more public attention.

Lord, I hope the true side comes out soon, soon, soon. How do these people sleep at night? I don't hate them, I pity them. How sad to be that cruel and heartless. For real.

Maybe they would change their minds if an infected tick bit them, but I honestly wouldn't wish that on anyone.

What a sad, tragic and truly disgusting state of affairs. My blood is boiling. [puke]

What is happening to the human race? It's scary. The lack of compassion and meanness seems to be more and more prevalent. And please don't tell me to look for the good, because I try really hard to find the good things in people who have done awful things. I know there are good people out there--just not as many as are needed.

This just disgusts me. [Mad]

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There is no good in this stuff, or the ones behind it all.

Me said... "I don't hate them, I pity them."

I guess don't hate them either (cough, cough). It's the cement truck out back that seems to have a burning desire to run their dumb [email protected]@@ over.

[lol]

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Well, it's not like I like them. I hate what they do and the pain they cause.

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