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Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Fri 6 Mar 2015 19:18
by X-member
Pseudodiagnostik av "kronisk borrelia" avslöjad

http://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats- ... -avslojad/

This is about professor Laane and Mysterud.

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Sat 23 May 2015 17:00
by X-member
Kronisk borrelia smittas via media

(Chronic Lyme borreliosis* is transmitted through the media)

* This is called late Lyme disease in US.

http://www.journalisten.se/debatt/kroni ... ttas-media

This article is (mainly) about Avril Lavigne, Ashley Olsen and Yolanda Foster.

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Thu 28 May 2015 15:27
by X-member
Expressens dubbla budskap om borrelia

http://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats- ... -borrelia/

A translated quote:
"Chronic (Lyme) Borreliosis" is not transmitted by ticks, but through the media, just as electrical hypersensitivity and amalgam illness did.
Ps! Kronisk borrelia (chronic Borreliosis) stands for an active, ongoing borrelia infection for more than 6 months in Sweden. Ds.

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Fri 29 May 2015 19:03
by X-member
A translated comment from the link/blog in the post above:
That there are some American Lyme disease sufferers and apparently even doctors (Russell Saunders) who use some incorrect definition of chronic (Lyme) borreliosis, this problem is hardly solved here in this Swedish blog, Mats?


I could not have said it better myself. 8-)

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Mon 27 Jul 2015 16:06
by X-member
Aftonbladets och Expressens sportredaktioner gör rättelse om borrelia

http://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats- ... -borrelia/

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Wed 19 Aug 2015 20:55
by X-member
Sköldkörtelföreningen ger patienter behandlingsråd på Facebook

http://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats- ... -facebook/

Behandling av ”kronisk borrelia” tas upp i norsk domstol

Translation (with google translate): Treatment of "chronic Lyme disease" is entered in a Norwegian court

http://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats- ... k-domstol/

(I don't like that translation, because the correct translation of kronisk borrelia is actually: Chronic (or late) Lyme borreliosis. And I don't like "entered in" either. )

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Wed 16 Dec 2015 22:37
by X-member
Pseudodiagnoser i konflikt med vården

http://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats- ... ed-varden/

You don't have to prove to him that chronic borreliosis (ie late Lyme disease) exists. He already know.

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Tue 22 Dec 2015 1:48
by Will Wiegman
HI, Chronic Lyme is nothing more than spirochetes trapped in the Cerebrospinal Fluid where the Immune System is hampered in dealing with them because of the Blood Brain Barrier.

A pulsed combo of Mino/Tindy/Thiocyanate will kill them off in 6-8 weeks.

Both can cross the BBB to kill them and the thiocyanate supplement will make sure your White Blood Cells don't self-destruct since it protects them from oxidation by the H2O2 and -Cl that they use to destroy bacteria and toxins.

Read about it in another thread including tons of backup research links on Lymeneteurope called:

Cured of Lyme in 60 Days

After 3+ years I am still 100% Lyme free!

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Tue 22 Dec 2015 15:49
by X-member
In Sweden chronic (Lyme) borreliosis stands for an active borreliosis for more than 6 months (stage 3). No matter if it is a neuroborreliosis or not.

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Mon 15 Feb 2016 17:09
by X-member
Ivo vill delegitimera svensk ”borrelialäkare”

http://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats- ... lialakare/