Is this why Lyme disease is so hard to treat?
Press release from Northeastern University, June 1, 2015:
- June 1, 2015 at 8:24 pm
I am grateful beyond words to these researchers.
I have been begging for someone to help me since I had the rash 4 yrs ago. My entire life has fallen apart since with complete havoc on my body & cognitive thinking as well.
I can’t work. I can’t think plus I always hurt. Sometimes I hurt too bad to walk.
I am left with no job, no home, no car, no income.
And my personality has withered away, my smile fading fast.
So, with no doubt, to all the researchers from this project as well as all those at the CEHF whom work diligently to define morgellons disease as a true devastating illness which includes chronic lyme disease, you all are my heroes & possibly savers of my life.
Because I have been begging for a long time,
And I am weary.
i simply thank you,
ps: I would be happy and appreciate the opportunity to volunteer as a test subject with the pulse dosing regimen.
- June 9, 2015 at 12:04 pm
From an article about dinosaur blood in the BBC. I think it captures the last few decades of Lyme.
“But it is a great start, and an exciting paper, particularly in showing what happens when you really look at ancient bone and are not bound by the expectation that ‘nothing could possibly persist’. If you don’t look, you won’t find. But if you do, you never know.”
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