Studies or research on late complicated Lyme

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Re: Studies or research on late complicated Lyme

Post by X-member » Mon 2 Jan 2012 19:16

Henry, this topic is about:

Studies or research on late complicated Lyme

If you want to discuss the definitions or stages, you can do this here:

Lyme stages and definitions

http://www.lymeneteurope.org/forum/view ... f=7&t=3542

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Re: Studies or research on late complicated Lyme

Post by X-member » Tue 3 Jul 2012 20:21

Bump!

Edit to add:

You can all see why I activated this topic, in the topic/post below:

http://www.lymeneteurope.org/forum/view ... 966#p29688

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Re: Studies or research on late complicated Lyme

Post by X-member » Wed 4 Jul 2012 0:46

http://www.lymeneteurope.org/forum/view ... 964#p29696

From the topic above:

hv808ct wrote:
Perhaps it is time to name and act as if Lyme disease and chronic Lyme disease were separate entities that have very little to do with each other.
Maybe you, hv808ct can help Henry with the problem he had in an earlier post in this topic:
I have trouble distinguishing between "late complicated Lyme disease" and what we in the U.S. call "chronic Lyme disease". I have the strong feeling that neither has anything to do with Lyme disease.

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Re: Studies or research on late complicated Lyme

Post by X-member » Wed 4 Jul 2012 0:56

From an earlier post in this thread:

Burrascano say:
•"I don't know of any sick Lyme patient that does not have coinfections if they have chronic Lyme". Coinfections are pretty much universal. They "change the character of the disease much like mixing different colors results in a new color".

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Re: Studies or research on late complicated Lyme

Post by X-member » Tue 31 Mar 2015 16:32

Bump!

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