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bubbear
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CENTRAL FLORIDA RESEARCH, INC.
245 N. Seminole Avenue
Lake Alfred, Florida 33850
Phone: (863) 956-3538
FAX: (863) 956-0839
Website: centralfloridaresearch.com

PRESS RELEASE

Date of Release: __2/19/07______________________

Central Florida Research, Inc. is happy to announce the development of a new antigen test, Borrelia burgdorferi Direct Fluorescent Antibody by Flow Cytometry.

Central Florida Research, Inc. is located at 245 N. Seminole Avenue, Lake Alfred, Florida 33850. For further information, please call (863) 956-3538 or visit our website at www.centralfloridaresearch.com.


Health to you , Greg

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is this formerly BOWEN LABS?

if yes, i'll need to update my info on them! thanks for passing this along. [Big Grin]

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bubbear
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Yes....but test is not the QRIB

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The Central Florida Reseach Lab is a completely different organization than Bowen. The only connection is that the CFR lab also has practitioners doing the Bowen technique at their facility. The Bowen technique is a hands on technique that balances the autonomic nervous system.

The Central Florida Research Lab is a state CLIA approved lab, AND this new Lyme Antigen Test by Flow Cytometry is now also CLIA approved.

This is a HUGE development for the Lyme community.
We are talking ANTIGEN here, not ANTIBODY test.

To understand how important this test is and why it is superior to any previous Lyme test that has been available to us go to website : www.lifelyme.org

Click on NEWS in the left hand column and read
about the test and the microbiology behind this
bacteria that makes this test so unique and accurate.

Insurance companies will be pressured to pay for the testing. But best of all it will be very difficult for them to deny coverage for long term treatment of Lyme disease. This is because when you are retested after initial treatment for Lyme, and your test is still positive, it will show that the infection is still in your blood, and you need to continue with antibiotic treatment.

It will take time for this reality to be known, but it will eventually happen.

SandiB

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bear, will you copy your link and paste it TREEPATROL'S NEWBIE LINKS in a REPLY to his post asking him to add this to his links? thanks!

i'll add to my newbie links/advise tomorrow during NORMAL time! have to get some shut eye [sleepy]

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