Ticks that carry the Lyme bacteria often carry microorganisms that cause other diseases such as: anaplasmosis, ehrlichiosis, babesiosis, and bartonellosis.
A letter from LymeDisease.org founder, Phyllis Mervine
Alphabet Soup of Co-Infections Complicates Diagnosis and Treatment.
Tick-borne pathogens that are responsible for human illness is accelerating.
There is a need to sort it all out clinically to provide guidance in testing and treatment.
Solving the Mystery of Lyme and Chronic Disease.
Book excerpt from “New Paradigms in Lyme Disease Treatment.
Members of pet-owning households have a greater risk of tick bites than those without pets.
This Emerging Infectious Disease Threatens Both Animals and Humans.”
There may be as many as 30 distinct pathogenic species of Bartonella-like organisms, most of which have never been clinically defined.
CDC has known that individuals infected with Babesia can unknowingly donate contaminated blood.
Anaplasma has been detected from coast to coast in the United States.
Many of the patients who develop symptoms need to be hospitalized.
Identified by Dr. Willy Burgdorfer over 35 Years Ago. Why hasn’t anyone looked into it?
What you need to know.
While some cases of ehrlichiosis are mild, Ehrlichiosis can be severe or fatal if not treated correctly.
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