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Willy
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It's weird when someone starts talking about Post Lyme Disease Treatment Syndrome. That is really just a label used by medical professionals to make an excuse for either their lack of understanding OR an excuse for what they are not telling you.

It's not a real thing. If someone is talking about it then I have to suspect where they are coming from.

www.townsendletter.com/July2009/ed_lyme0709.html

“10. The knowledge base about both Bartonella testing and treatment borders on the disastrous. Bartonella is one of the most common infections in the world. Calling it a "coinfection" is nonsense; if anything, Lyme is the "coinfection." It is found in vast numbers of common vectors, including dust mites, fleas, flea feces, pet saliva, and ticks. Amazingly, it can turn off or lower antibodies to Lyme disease, Babesia, Ehrlichia, Anaplasma, and even itself. Bartonella floats in blood and also enters all blood vessel walls without causing a fatal fever, and indeed actually lowers fevers. It is the ultimate stealth infection. It turns off antibodies, fevers, and immune function defense chemicals as it damages organs in 20 to 60 ways.”

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

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

“Introduction to the Bartonella spp.-triggered vascular tumorigenesis;

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25857345

“Reprogramming of myeloid angiogenic cells by Bartonella henselae leads to microenvironmental regulation of pathological angiogenesis.”

“Our results demonstrate that manipulation of myeloid cells by pathogenic bacteria can contribute to microenvironmental regulation of pathological tissue growth and suggest parallels underlying both bacterial infections and cancer.”

So why would someone prescribe antibiotics that damage the immune system for Bartonella cancer and then tell you you have PLDTS?

www.sciencealert.com/side-effects-from-antibiotics-include-immune-system-damage-and-fewer-brain-cells-study-shows

"Antibiotics Found to Cause Immune System Damage And Reduce Brain Cell Growth"

Hmmm.

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