Invincible borrelia?

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Henry
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Re: Invincible borrelia?

Post by Henry » Mon 1 Aug 2016 21:53

That's one way to look at it. I'd rather think that there are a lot of people who have an array of nonspecific symptoms that they falsely attribute to Lyme disease. They blame the "medical establishment" for the fact that valid diagnostic tests don't show that they have Lyme disease; to them, such tests are no good and no better than a coin toss. The again, they blame treatments known to be effective for treating correctly diagnosed Lyme disease for not curing the Lyme disease that they don't have. The latter explains the need to invent such such fictions as biofilms, "persisters" and various amorphous shapes (round bodies, cysts) to justify what they consider to be "treatment failures". Everyone is wrong but them. They believe that they are the true and only source of knowledge about Lyme disease. The net result of all their efforts is to create a paradise for quacks with all sorts of unproven remedies that many people are foolish enough to put into their bodies -- at great personal cost.

nnecker
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Re: Invincible borrelia?

Post by nnecker » Mon 1 Aug 2016 22:22

Henry said:

The net result of all their efforts is to create a paradise for quacks with all sorts of unproven remedies that many people are foolish enough to put into their bodies.
Like antibiotic cocktails,which duncan has taken many times.Only kooks take shit like that.

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Re: Invincible borrelia?

Post by X-member » Tue 2 Aug 2016 0:11

Henry wrote:
The net result of all their efforts is to create a paradise for quacks with all sorts of unproven remedies that many people are foolish enough to put into their bodies.
nnecker wrote:
Like antibiotic cocktails,which duncan has taken many times.Only kooks take shit like that.
Sorry, I must have missed something. Isn't this thread about what hv808ct wrote in the first post?

LymeBasics
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Re: Invincible borrelia?

Post by LymeBasics » Fri 3 Nov 2017 20:13

Resistance developing in coinfections such as Bartonella... pulse dosing creates resistance in these kinds of coinfections and should not be done.

Babesia becomes rapidly resistant too.

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