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by Henry
Tue 28 Feb 2017 15:59
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: False and Misleading Information about Lyme Disease.
Replies: 52
Views: 23133

Re: False and Misleading Information about Lyme Disease.

Since there are no "facts" to support a valid diagnosis of Lyme disease based on general symptoms alone, the concept of "alternative facts" is really a non sequitor in this case. It is astounding how many people condemned the article without having read it since they state that they had no access to...
by Henry
Tue 28 Feb 2017 14:52
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: False and Misleading Information about Lyme Disease.
Replies: 52
Views: 23133

Re: False and Misleading Information about Lyme Disease.

For those who are inclined not to make judgements without reading the entire article, access to the complete article may be found by clicking on the "Elsevier logo" in the upper right-hand corner of the PubMed abstract. That will enable you to obtain a copy of the PDF version, for your reading pleas...
by Henry
Wed 21 Dec 2016 21:13
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters
Replies: 118
Views: 34625

Re: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters

You have no evidence to support what you say, Duncan. None. It's all idle speculation -- sort of like a fairy tale. I think you and Lorima need to say the things you say to convince yourselves, rather than me. But, that's OK. I understand.
by Henry
Wed 21 Dec 2016 20:27
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters
Replies: 118
Views: 34625

Re: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters

Seems to me that tenaciously adhering to the concept of a persistent infection that requires more antibiotic therapy -- for God only knows how long-- in the absence of any evidence to support the existence of such an infection is not something a smart person, let alone a competent scientist, would w...
by Henry
Wed 21 Dec 2016 19:11
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters
Replies: 118
Views: 34625

Re: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters

You need such self-serving tripe to bolster your confidence. It's laughable :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
by Henry
Tue 20 Dec 2016 18:30
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters
Replies: 118
Views: 34625

Re: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters

What you say is a fairy tale if there ever was one.................
by Henry
Mon 19 Dec 2016 22:24
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters
Replies: 118
Views: 34625

Re: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters

You're right. It's not rocket science. If they were diagnosed correctly and given IDSA-recommended treatment, they were cured of Lyme disease. So, their symptoms must be caused by something else -- obviously.
by Henry
Mon 19 Dec 2016 21:56
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters
Replies: 118
Views: 34625

Re: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters

Obviously, my response to them is the same as my response to you.
by Henry
Mon 19 Dec 2016 21:06
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters
Replies: 118
Views: 34625

Re: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters

The IDA-recommend therapies are for treating Lyme disease, not for treating something else that remains to be defined in your case. That's why they won't work for you.
by Henry
Mon 19 Dec 2016 20:44
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters
Replies: 118
Views: 34625

Re: Ceftriaxone Pulse Dosing Fails to Eradicate Biofilm-Like Bb Persisters

The simplest explanation is that their symptoms are due to something else, not Lyme disease, in which case searching for a persistent infection that is not present wouldn't do them much good, would it, Duncan. What's causing their symptoms? I don't know. There are several conditions that could elici...