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Multiple Sclerosis Parasites -Nematode worms in CSF

Posted: Tue 17 May 2016 4:39
by inmacdonald
Multiple Sclerosis is not supposed to be associated with Spinal Fluid Nematode worm Parasites.
10 Cerebrospinal fluid specimens 10 patients from the Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Brain Bank
showed many nematode parasites; manifest as adult worms, larval Worms, worm Eggs, worm Larvae,
and sloughed worm cuticle fragments.

Research funding is now being requested from voluntary donations from the Public , to allow for the study
of 100 Multiple Sclerosis Cerebrospinal Fluids and Autopsy Brain specimens from patients who died with
Multiple Sclerosis.

No one has ever actually looked with high resolution darkfield microscopy to search for worm parasites
in the Cerebrospinal Fluid of Multiple Sclerosis.

The Dr. Paul H Duray Research Fellowship Endowment, INC., is a Not for Profit medical charity with a mission to
evaluate neurodegenerative disorders in the human host for evidence of unrecognized infectious diseases.
Parasites in the human nervous system are one such Infection ( infestation) which can lead to loss of nerve function,
degenerations of the nervous system, and even fatalities.

Link to Funding Site:
https://www.gofundme.com/24jfvp8

Your support of this initiative will enable expansion of the research into the links between Neural Larval Migrans illness and Named Neurodegenerative disorders of the human host.

Respectfully submitted,
Alan B. MacDonald, MD

Link to Duray Foundation's Report of first Quarter 2016 Research Discoveries:
Lecture video Presented by invitation in London, England on May 15 2016
and
To be presented by invitation to the US Congress of the United States of America on May 17,2016.

https:\\vimeo.com\166688480

Re: Multiple Sclerosis Parasites -Nematode worms in CSF

Posted: Sat 21 May 2016 4:01
by paulieinct
This is groundbreaking research. I do not think it outside the realm of possibility that Dr. MacDonald will some day be nominated for a Nobel prize. Kudos to you, Sir!

Re: Multiple Sclerosis Parasites -Nematode worms in CSF

Posted: Sat 21 May 2016 14:45
by hv808ct
From the Duray Foundation webpage:

In Dr Paul Duray's career, he single handedly , expanded the number of borrelia illnesses to include: borrelia related Parkinson's disease. borrelia related Intrauterine infections with fetal deaths, borrelia muscle diseases, borrelia fasciitis, borrelia cystitis, Borrelia fatal Adult Respiratory distress syndrome, Borrelia necrotizing splenitis, borrelia hepatitis, and published many landmark manuscripts which redefined and enlarged the medical and scientifc understanding of spirochetal diseases.

Oddly enough, you won’t find any of those diseases in Mandell or Harrison’s or any other textbook. And if you look at Duray’s work listed in PubMed you’ll find he describes those oddball cases with a liberal number of qualifiers. I think he’d be horrified at the above summation of his career.

As for the foundation bearing his name, it looks like it’s based in a new housing development in the swamplands of Florida (8427 Benelli Court, Naples, Florida 34114-2754). Kind of like that Maryland mail drop for ILADS—another suburban house (6024 Dellwood Pl, Bethesda, MD 20817). Seems like an awful lot of Lymeland is run out of someone’s garage or basement.

Multiple Sclerosis Parasites -Nematode worms in CSF
Post by inmacdonald » Tue 17 May 2016 4:39

Dr. MacDonald and the Duray foundation have discovered that Borrelia hides INSIDE parasitic nematode worms in brain diseases. Sheltering in the neamtode worm, the Borrelia is protected from the action of immune system and antibiotics.
Microbial Matryoshka? Seems like some people can find Bb wherever they look. Of course, if you actually had Bb hiding in nematodes then it wouldn’t be contributing to host disease since it’s isolated from the immune system and doesn’t produce exotoxins.

For some factual information about nematode infections in humans, see:
Neuroparasitic Infections: Nematodes
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2678030/

Finally,
Re: Multiple Sclerosis Parasites -Nematode worms in CSF
Postby paulieinct » Sat 21 May 2016 4:01

This is groundbreaking research. I do not think it outside the realm of possibility that Dr. MacDonald will some day be nominated for a Nobel prize.
Yes, lots of Nobel-level work is presented in Internet videos and online forums. Or is that Ig Nobel work?

Re: Multiple Sclerosis Parasites -Nematode worms in CSF

Posted: Sat 21 May 2016 18:32
by paulieinct
Let me add that it is also not outside the realm of possibility that the architects of the Lyme-Denying IDSA/CDC/ALDF cabal will be brought up on charges of crimes against humanity for the suffering and death they have caused. The architects of the Tuskegee Experiment escaped such justice, but these are different times. Justice will prevail.

Re: Multiple Sclerosis Parasites -Nematode worms in CSF

Posted: Fri 4 Aug 2017 22:17
by alfon
Perhaps talking out of my head here, but, how come then Brorson didn't notice these worms when he conducted this study:

http://owndoc.com/pdf/brorson-ms-is-lyme.pdf

I a replying to the statement: 'We have never found a case of MS that does not have worms'.

Regards