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Dekrator48
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Very good show with a well known LLMD, plus Julia Wagner (who recently started the PA Lyme Resource Network), and Jane Huffman (Northeast Wildlife DNA Lab). Julia Wagner talks about how Lyme and related coinfections affected her whole family.

This show just aired live on our Public Broadcasting Station on April 24, 2014.

Please help get this show out there, so the public will see it. Share on social media!!!

Thank you!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FP-73TCFKU

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The fibromyalgia I've had for 32 years was an undiagnosed Lyme symptom.

"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future". -Jeremiah 29:11

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Wow... long one. Will have to find time to check it out!

Thanks!

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Great link! I never have the patience to listen to videos but I listened to this one in one sitting. It's excellent.

Send it to your friends and post it on facebook.

Thank you Dekrator!

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Son, 26, Dx Lyme 4/10, Babs 8/10
Had serious arthritis, all gone.
Currently on Valtrex
Daughter, 26,bullseye 7/11
arthritis in knees, cured and off all meds. .
Self:Lyme, bart, sxs gone, no longer treating.

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Dekrator48
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Something that helps me:

One easy way to listen to long videos is to open the link and then minimize it, so you can listen while you are busy surfing the net in another window.

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The fibromyalgia I've had for 32 years was an undiagnosed Lyme symptom.

"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future". -Jeremiah 29:11

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Please share the link for Lyme disease awareness month!

It contains really good information.

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The fibromyalgia I've had for 32 years was an undiagnosed Lyme symptom.

"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future". -Jeremiah 29:11

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Fantastic show. Very informative. Appreciate the link
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I enjoyed this,
then I thought how can this be so hard to support? bummer,
good for family members or friends you may be trying to get their mind wrapped around lyme.

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TULAREMIA/rabbit fever ?

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Excellent show-- Dr. C saved my husband's life about 15 years ago when he developed a rapidly spreading and festering skin infection during a huge snow storm many years ago.

Antibiotics, however are only a small part of this parasitical puzzle.

Unfortunately, Dr. Sapi's research shows that antibiotics prompt the motile spirochete to encyst into a dormant form of Lyme that re-emerges once antibiotics are withdrawn-- so antibiotics are not a full cure, though they do suppress symptoms since they suppress motile spirochetes.. She showed that the presence of doxycycline resulted in a large increase in round body forms.

Dr. Sapi did show that the presence of the tropical herb Banderol dramatically reduced both motile and round body forms of borrelia burdorferi located within biofilm colonies, although the lattice matrix of the colony remained.

The tropical herb Samento reduced the matrix, but left a core of a few living spirochetes at the center of the colony.

It seems that it is the motile spirochete's poop or something about the motile spirochete that causes the horrible chronic symptoms--- symptoms which resolve when the motile spirochetes convert to their dormant cyst form in the presence of doxycycline or other antibiotics.

The dormant cysts persist for up to 18 months under harsh conditions, as proven by the Brorsons' research. So individuals are NOT cured by 3 weeks of doxy alone-- the doxy would have to outlast the lifespan of the dormant cysts which is 18 months-- in order to "cure".

One theory is that it is the outer surface protein of the motile spirochete that prompts a super immune reaction-- this lipoprotein is called a "superantigen." This is why the Lyme vaccine was a failure-- it was a synthetic version of the motile spirochete's outer surface lipoprotein--- and it created Lyme arthritis in those who were vaccinated.

There's so much misinformation going on that its hard to believe there is not a conspiracy of silence regarding Borrelia at the top of the medical establishment. This is a silent holocaust.

It points to the idea that this spirochete was researched as a bioweapon.

The military does most likely have a cure, but will not share it with us---- the people who pay their salaries.

How sad for hundreds of thousands of citizens of this great nation.

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Oh.. one more thing.. Scientists have observed the "L form" (intracellular) of borrelia inside red blood cells. This is probably the cause of the fatigue.

Since the lifespan of the red blood cell is at least three months-- a person would have to be on antibiotics for at least months to clear out all the red blood cells of infection-- and this does not even address the dormant cyst form's lifespan of 18 months..!!

In short-- Lyme has a diabolical number of survival strategies at its disposal. We will never get a cure until we understand each survival strategy and attack them at their achilles heels.

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