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by Fin24
Thu 8 Apr 2010 0:26
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: The bba64 gene of Bb is critical for mammalian infection
Replies: 1
Views: 657

Re: The bba64 gene of Bb is critical for mammalian infection

Ive gone over this--it peaked my interest since its also being touted as a possible vaccine here is my issues with this Of 15 mice tested :"just two of the mice had acquired Lyme disease, the study authors found." well 2/15 is a HIGH percentage to be then concluding it STOPPED ALL transmission/infec...
by Fin24
Thu 8 Apr 2010 0:20
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: World map of visitors of LymeNet Europe
Replies: 20
Views: 4605

Re: World map of visitors of LymeNet Europe

interesting pattern across Europe IMO ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- and the dot from Hawaii??? I know at least a few from there who Ive told about LNE and who are members at Gate including a health professional living there-so I guess that blow...
by Fin24
Tue 6 Apr 2010 20:49
Forum: General Health
Topic: Doxycycline and smell and taste disorders
Replies: 5
Views: 4211

Re: Doxycycline and smell and taste disorders

since this was about doxy, other 'cyclines would be chemically related by Cobwebby » Tue 6 Apr 2010 16:48 My smell and taste went wonko when I was given IV Levaquin.Took about three weeks to resolve back to my norm while its unfortunate that Cobs had taste perversions on levoquin thats not really pe...
by Fin24
Tue 6 Apr 2010 20:41
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: The TwiLyme Zone
Replies: 81
Views: 10615

Re: The TwiLyme Zone

but why would Lymehysterian who doesnt now have Lyme and isnt any longer directly affected by ANY of this, CARE and Cobweb whose kids arent any longer young enough to even ever need Dr Jones care????? ( rhetorical LH and Cob--just making a point--o need to reply) OR maybe perhaps this was ONLY direc...
by Fin24
Tue 6 Apr 2010 7:00
Forum: General Health
Topic: Doxycycline and smell and taste disorders
Replies: 5
Views: 4211

Re: Doxycycline and smell and taste disorders

I wonder how the other 'cyclines stack up--with this particular possible side effect??
by Fin24
Tue 6 Apr 2010 6:58
Forum: Lyme Café
Topic: The TwiLyme Zone
Replies: 81
Views: 10615

Re: The TwiLyme Zone

LN already DELETED at least 2 threads re Jones once it turned hostile--meaning once Tincup et al started to look stupid and members started to question the sanity/purpose of 1.harassing the Gov of Ct when she has historically been fair to Lyme pts and shouldnt get involved in this anyway 2.sending M...
by Fin24
Mon 5 Apr 2010 19:06
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Outcomes of Children Treated for Lyme Arthritis
Replies: 8
Views: 1639

Re: Outcomes of Children Treated for Lyme Arthritis

Martian does anyone have their "methods" and "data"??? is this simply their word in a summarized "report"? IOW how they gathered these 23 and from whom--limited Drs vs randomly. and what exactly were the kids treated with. perhaps THEIR opinions wouldnt be shared by others looking at same data. Afte...
by Fin24
Mon 5 Apr 2010 18:59
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Outcomes of Children Treated for Lyme Arthritis
Replies: 8
Views: 1639

Re: Outcomes of Children Treated for Lyme Arthritis

thank you Martian!!! playing with the stats for a minute to point out possible bias: In a comparison study of adults with Lyme arthritis, 90% of patients treated with doxycycline and 89% treated with amoxicillin plus probenecid had complete resolution of arthritis within 3 months. Of the remaining 4...
by Fin24
Mon 5 Apr 2010 4:16
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Outcomes of Children Treated for Lyme Arthritis
Replies: 8
Views: 1639

Re: Outcomes of Children Treated for Lyme Arthritis

I was curious about authors since there has been a spate of ghosting--that is using data from the Shapiro/Aurwater/Sigals and having others write the study--seems many "famous" are willing to forego a publication citation to avoid the study being labeled as "IDSA" despite this new interesting tactic...
by Fin24
Mon 5 Apr 2010 0:58
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Outcomes of Children Treated for Lyme Arthritis
Replies: 8
Views: 1639

Re: Outcomes of Children Treated for Lyme Arthritis

Not even addressing the fact that they have never examined my own child's records refuting their assertions,I wish to comment that their basing that wide spread generalized conclusion that More than 75% of referred cases resolved with antibiotic therapy. Of patients with antibiotic refractory arthri...