Although arthritis is a common manifestation of Lyme disease and studies have detected Borrelia burgdorferi spirochete in bone tissue of humans and dogs, little is known about the effect of Bb on our bones. This study examines the impact in mice.
In a new online medical education course, offered by Invisible International, Dr. Monica Embers summarizes evidence that suggests that Lyme bacteria can survive long after standard treatment protocols in a new online medical education course. ... See MoreSee Less
“I had a lot of different issues going on, none of which seemed related, and I think that’s why the doctors had so much trouble coming up with a diagnosis,” says 17-year-old CrossFit athlete Mal O'Brien.
“The symptoms that were affecting me the most were headaches and exhaustion. The headaches were severe, daily, and lasting all day.”
She recalled having two tick bites around ages 10 or 11, but it wasn’t until right before the 2019 CrossFit Open, when she was 15, that she started feeling the effects of the disease. ... See MoreSee Less
Same happened to me. I got bit in 2008 had a bullseye rash but had no clue about Lyme disease back then. I had all kinds of stuff going on for the longest time but could never figure it out. People called me a hypochondriac but finally got diagnosed in 2019
Lyme disease is a tick-borne infectious disease caused by the Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato complex. However, the distribution of Borrelia genospecies and the tissue detection rate of Borrelia in wi...
The authors tested six different antibiotics for their ability to stop the growth of Bartonella sp. in the standard insect media and in an enrichment media.
The study investigated “three different liquid culture media and assessed the efficacy of six different antibiotics: gentamicin, azithromycin, doxycycline, ceftriaxone, ampicillin, and azlocillin — both in cell-free liquid culture medium and in a cell-based culture system.”
"Based on our combination drug study, we propose that the combination of azithromycin and azlocillin could be an effective regimen in the treatment of Bartonellosis.
Our proposal of combination treatment is based on in vitro cell-based and cell-free based MBC assays. However, further studies are needed to evaluate the efficacy of these drugs in animal models."
I hope when they move on to animal models that they try multiple combos, not just the best one or two. Not all drugs work the same in different people let alone in animals or in test tubes.
That being said, I’m very curious about Azlocillin. It was promising against Borrelia, too. Wouldn’t it be great if the same combo would wipe out both Lyme and Bartonella?
Azlocillin oral coming to market?
Very informative and pertinent. I recently had MDL IGG 1.59 Bartonella, only symptoms is frequent headaches, but mild. Just sent a specimen to the T lab. That will make my decision to treat
Put the pathogen inside a cell behind the lipid bylayer then do the study morons
You can treat lyme very effectively without abx. I never diid any abx. Had lyme symptoms for 50 years and have been symptom free for 6 years. MitoSynergy bioavailable copper is antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral.
New Review Article: Recent Progress in Lyme Disease and Remaining Challenges
"The emergence of a persistent syndrome, popularly referred to as long COVID, among a subset of patients following treatment or convalescence (344) may invigorate research and provide insights that carry-over into other infectious diseases with post-treatment sequelae, such as [Lyme disease]." ... See MoreSee Less
Lyme disease (also known as Lyme borreliosis) is the most common vector-borne disease in the United States with an estimated 476,000 cases per year. While historically, the long-term impact of Lyme di...
Can’t wait to tune in to see Dr Burrascano! He diagnosed me with Lyme in 1988!
I was from Pennsylvania and we heard that he was the best Lyme doctor. So my family drove me in to see him in his office in the Hamptons. And there he identified I had Lyme.
I still have the handout he gave me that suggested some things to do to help yourself alleviate some of the discomfort. It was to exercise every day like taking walks, and also he said stay away from dairy and gluten. Boy do I wish I had listen to him!!
33 years and not much has changed from the suggestions and diagnostics and cure.
Good to see Dr Burrascano is still involved after all these years even though he’s retired from practice.
I hope that all individual Patient Survey Submitters will receive these survey results via email.
Can’t seem to copy nor key in hyperlink properly. I’ll keep trying. Sure would like to be a part of this
Just completed the survey. Thanks, Dr. Cameron for putting that together. I had a very bad reaction to the vaccine, but I do not want to discourage anyone from getting vaccinated by sharing that. I would just advise anyone who is hesitant about getting it to plan ahead of time in case you get sick after either shot. For example, I needed someone to care for my dog, my business and my house while I was sick. If I had done that ahead of time, this whole ordeal would have been far less stressful. Best of luck to everyone out there.
You let #DrJoesephBurrascano know that I remember his post, I have copies of it still, that he made to a UK group on Yahoo!!!
In that he disparaged a leading Lyme advocate of Oregon, me.
I think it's pretty disgusting that he would lash out at a patient in our community in such a manner.
I remember Dr Burrascano's hateful post very well.
I don't want to hear anything that man has to say...
One of my first symptoms and then my teeth started to hurt. Dentist took a full set of X-rays and nothing. Was diagnosed with TMJ. My sinuses were checked by my primary no one could explain it. My teeth also became very sensitive to hot and cold.
This was my second diagnosis after radiculopathy when I was 18
Sorry but Lyme does not improve with 3 weeks of antibiotic treatment…and it certainly is not cured in that short a time.
I was having a tooth ache, ear ache and jaw pain. I went to a oral dental surgeon he diagnosed TMJ. 💞💚
Elisabeth Kieselstein Cord Hamm, a socialite and artist from Southampton, died on Saturday. She was 41.
The exact cause of death is unclear, but her family told us that it’s believed to be related to complications from Lyme disease. She suffered from Lyme for over a decade.
“Lyme never leaves, it appears in one form or another, it is an insidious and miserable disease,” her father told reporters. “Despite various treatments over the years, it continued to manifest itself in countless ways. Regardless, Elisabeth fought it, and continued on in her many creative endeavors.” ... See MoreSee Less
I wonder if she was vaccinated. I had severe side effects and my health was derailed after I got the first dose in April. I believe Lyme and peripheral neuropathy to be major factors.
This has got to stop
East end docs need to treat Lyme
So sorry for your loss so sad
After suffering myself w Lyme I’m so sorry. There are days that have stretched into weeks when I have lost all hope.
Where is our cure??? I’m so tired of this disease taking people’s lives. May this woman Rest In Peace..so sorry for her family and friends. Effin’ Lyme 😡
Heartbreaking. So sorry for all she suffered through and for her families loss
Sad and not surprised. As we all know it is a horrible disease.
SO, SO very sorry for your loss.....
Still waiting for a definitive written response from either the CDC's contractor ASTOR or the California Department of Public Health on the safety of the mRNA Vaccines for patient's with specific tick-borne diseases. Considering the CDC's estimation that 300,000 people contract Lyme Disease every year, there are undoubtedly millions of people that are reluctant to get vaccinated for COVID-19 because the vaccine makers and marketers are completely silent of this issue!!
More people die of lymes than covid
No one cares
I'm hoping someone somewhere starts a study to see how many people are having difficulty with this vaccine. I personally don't think anyone with Lyme dares to take it, seems so foolish.
I wonder what Infectious Disease Doctor she was seeing for her “simple” Lyme Disease? Because we all know it’s been in the IDSA and the CDC’s hands for over 50 years and they still haven’t come up with any answers or updated treatments for Persistent or Chronic Lyme Disease past a 29 day of antibiotic treatment. But… in 6 months they miraculously have created a vaccine for Covid?… Why are people still dying of Lyme Disease in this day and age … when there are documented treatments by REAL Lyme doctors outside of the IDSA and CDS circus?!?! I pray the family does some serious research and learns this could have been avoided
Study finds: It took approximately 8 years to receive a diagnosis following the tick bite. Less than half (46%) received their diagnosis within the first 5 years after the onset of symptoms. #insidelyme... See MoreSee Less
It took 21 years to get dg for me in Finland. It is 8 years ago and treatments continues. I had to take 4 years pause with them because of herxs.
It took 8 and a half years for me in the US.thousands of dollars for treatment and it’s been a decade and nothing has changed so far.
Took 8 years here (US), now in year 20, and ten's of thousands of dollars out of pocket, still struggling.
30 years for me in Ontario
I'm in the US and it took 50 years for me to get a diagnosis.
It is hard—if not impossible—to get help for Lyme anywhere in the world , it seems. By the time one is “ lucky enough”, the disease has become chronic.
30 yrs for me in US
Exactly 11 years...
...Thus ensuring it becomes a chronic disease. 😡
Took 50 years to get diagnosed at age 69. I took MitoSynergy and no antibiotics and Ive been symptom free for 6 years.
Same here in the US. Was fortunate to have a doctor at Hopkins finally figure it out after so many years of suffering.
I met a young German woman working in the US and when I told her I had Lyme Disease, she knew it as Borreliosis and told me it was difficult to get diagnosed and treated in Germany, too. She didn’t know why.
That's scary, I didn't know Lyme could affect the vision.
Before Lyme, I had a serious hearing loss. Post Lyme, I had profound deafness, requiring bilateral Cochlear Implants.
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After 2 years of various double antibiotics, my tinnitus remains but my severe vertigo spells have disappeared. I was diagnosed with Ménière’s disease back in 2007 back when Lyme in Canada was still new. So antibiotics back then helped. Vertigo spells lasting 8-12 hours with vomiting and loss of any ability to see or stand up, happening several times a week with little time to recuperate in between disabled me for 3 years. It was torture. Dr. D. C. saved me by diagnosing my Lyme. If I hadn’t had small kids I would have ended my life.
At the beginning of the vertigo spells, I lost hearing in one ear but it came back after a year of the antibiotics.
I often lost spacial awareness too.
Also fluorescent lights and some tv and computer caused a spell of vertigo.
Also acupuncture helped!
Anything to do with the ear is so difficult, I’ve seen hyperacusis and trigeminal neuropathy
I have tinnitus really bad, 28 years with Lyme and antibiotics along with monlaurin seem to cause major flares!!! I'm tired of deteriorating 😭
Lyme for 30 years...this is the worst! Nothing helps. I've tried everything.
Antibiotics took most of these symptoms away. When it sounds like the ground is trembling or I hear like a freight train coming I know I need treatment again.
Ugh, one of the most debilitating Lyme symptoms going!
I have vertigo and hearing. Had Lyme for 33 yrs. 💚
15 years after being diagnosed with Lyme disease, a 69-year-old woman passes away with the diagnosis of Lewy body dementia. An autopsy revealed Borrelia spirochetes in her brain and central nervous system. #lymescience... See MoreSee Less
And this is why getting accurate diagnosis and quick treatment is so critical!
How is one diagnosed for this..
My mom died from dementia
So what did they write on her death certificate she died of? Not going to say it was lyme that killed her I’m sure.
Not a surprise Dr. Daniel Cameron , similar notion to Prof. Alan McDonald , I think that we will see far more cases like this. Thank you very much for sharing
Could they have tested her while alive?
I had a spect scan at Columbia it showed .
This is what Robin Williams had, what a brilliant mind wasted.
My Mom also. Was so heartbreaking. No one believed it.
Pretty certain they will find this in my brain, too....
Now this one scares me!, I had 15+ Lyme symptoms appx 8 yrs ago, and was treated with antibiotics for about 45 days. I tested negative 2X. Now, this summer I started getting some symptoms back. My mom went off the rails 2 yrs ago, and diagnosed with Lewy. I insisted at the time she be tested for Lyme, but she tested negative also.
I have lesions on my brain that have grown, no doctor can explain them not ms or cancer - the testing has been scary -tested positive for Lyme after bite and rash 9 years ago
What does the CDC say about this case?
Try the hyperbaric Chamber treatment. It kills Lyme disease as well.
I’m sure those little suckers will be found in my brain when I die!
Dr Dr. Daniel Cameron I’m so thankful that you’re in this world caring for all of us thank you so much
MitoSynergy bioavailable copper supplement crosses the blood brain barrier to kill lyme and coinfections in your brain and everywhere in your body. Join the Bioavailable Copper group for dosing info. Im the admin. I had lyme for 50 years before I was properly diagnosed.
Thank you... Because of this video... I did decide to take the vaccine.. It answered quite a bit of my most concerning questions in regard to taking the vaccine with Chronic Lyme Disease. I highly doubt I would have taken the vaccine had I not seen it. Murdona is all they had available .. and a sore arm was my only side effect.. OOOOh and I took the 2,000 mg of glutatihion a half hour after shot and again 6 hours later and 3x the next day etc etc ... I know Im stubborn..in needing to learn about my disease.... but I truly needed SOME ONE with Lyme Disease experience to discuss this medically before I made my decision -THANK YOU!!
Hi Dr Cameron, Question: Richard mentioned the importance of taking glutathione and NAC. I don’t take it since I have been doing coffee enemas. Your thoughts?
Thank you doctors for studying this situation it will be helpful to many people!
Thank you Dr's!! I appreciate you taking the time to do these surveys and this video!
thank you both did the survey : )
Omg I couldnt watch all of it. So much fear mongering and quoting false statistics. If you doctors care so much about your lyme patients why didnt either of you mention MitoSynergy bioavailable copper supplement? Why dont you ever recommend it to your lyme patients when you both are well aware of its effectiveness. Its one pill that kills lyme instead of your extensive and expensive a marginally effective protocols that you probly make plenty of money selling. You cant make money recommending one supplement that gives lyme people remission in a few months. I had lyme since high school but misdiagnosed with fibromyalgia and heavy metals and more until I had live blood analysis at age 69. Thats when I found out about MitoSynergy and I was symptom free in only 4 months. That was 6 years ago and I still have no symptoms today at age 75.
I had covid in Feb 2021 and my only symptoms were mild headache, mild backache and sleepy for 4 days!! Thats it.
You are scaring people into getting a vaccine that is untested and the statistics of side effects are MUCH higher than you are telling. What will happen in a year or 5 years? No one can predict the long term health complications of any of these vaccines. Plus there can never be a successful vaccine for covid because of the animal variant…your dog or cat can get covid and pass it back and forth to you and your family and the squirrel in your yard. No one mentioned that fact in this video but you can google Dr Dan Stock lecture at the Mt Vernon School Board. Get the real facts.
Join the Bioavailable Copper fb group and learn how to kill lyme and coinfections with one pill. Im not selling anything and I dont work for them. Im just a satisfied customer sharing valuable info that LLMDs wont tell you. And they will probly block my comments here.