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Article: Does Lyme disease persist treatment according to the scientific literature?

Posted: Thu 28 Dec 2017 22:06
by LymeBasics

Re: Article: Does Lyme disease persist treatment according to the scientific literature?

Posted: Fri 29 Dec 2017 14:56
by admin
It is for various reasons not appropriate to post a link to an article with almost no additional information, discussion, commentary, et cetera, in particular in an opening post. At the least you should quote a significant part of the article, including title, author and date. Please fix this in your posts.

Re: Article: Does Lyme disease persist treatment according to the scientific literature?

Posted: Fri 29 Dec 2017 22:07
by LymeBasics
"Different lines of evidence demonstrate persistence in individual cases, animal models and the laboratory. Despite this evidence a small group of healthcare professionals claims that there is no evidence for persistent Lyme infection. I cannot help but conclude that these individuals must either be misinformed or have personal beliefs c.q. conflicts of interest that affect their ability to perceive scientific reality and patient experience.

Some of these healthcare professionals who are denying the persistence of Lyme disease after antibiotic therapy are also actively spreading misinformation to mislead the media in a fight against physicians that choose to abandon outdated guidelines and recommendations in individual cases, where patients seem to be benefiting from prolonged and repeated courses of antibiotics."

Author: Teike van Baden
Published: December 28

I'm the writer of the article.

It goes into detail about all the lines of evidence suggesting persistence of the spirochete after treatment suggested by the IDSA for Lyme disease.

It sums up why the public narrative is a lie and why you might consider taking a longer course of antibiotics when you don't recover after a short course of antibiotics.

But one can read that if they read the article.

Re: Article: Does Lyme disease persist treatment according to the scientific literature?

Posted: Fri 29 Dec 2017 22:58
by duncan
A thoroughly enjoyable read, LymeBasics. Thank you.

Re: Article: Does Lyme disease persist treatment according to the scientific literature?

Posted: Sat 10 Nov 2018 20:27
by X-member
More information about treatment failures, relapses or persistent borrelia bacteria after treatment can be found in the threads below in this forum:

IDSA: "Relapse may occur with any of these regimens..."

viewtopic.php?f=11&t=6244

In Sweden they admit that persistent borreliosis and relapses exists

viewtopic.php?f=11&t=6197

33% treatment failure in late Lyme borreliosis?

viewtopic.php?f=11&t=6177

Treatment failure, early (acute) and late (chronic) borreliosis?

viewtopic.php?f=11&t=5985

Is it possible to find borrelia bacteria after treatment?

viewtopic.php?f=11&t=5770