Co-infection of ticks is the rule, not the exception
French scientists collected Ixodes ticks from nine locations in northern France and tested them for 38 pathogens. They found that almost half of the ticks carried at least two diseases, while many carried up to five.
Results have been published in PLOS, under the title Co-infection of Ticks: The Rule Rather Than the Exception. (This is an open access article.)
More discussion of this research on GenomeWeb:
Genetic Search Uncovers Multiple Pathogens in Many Individual Ticks
- March 21, 2016 at 7:11 pm
So, who is surprised by this??? Only the brainwashed doctors educated by the criminal medical establishment.
- April 19, 2018 at 11:00 am
I was reading an article by a German Scientist and ha has found up to 80 something strains of Lyme Disease and Co Infections put together. Scary stuff that leaves what is self evident of Biological Warfare
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