Dr. Cameron, I see an herbalist exclusively for Lyme and co's now. I was in the hospital for a month on IV antibiotics. Upon my release the entire staff on my floor cheered chanting 'she's cured.' Within a month of my release my symptoms reappeared. I knew there wasn't a cure but why do so many medical professionals not know that? I was first infected in my garden in 1999 when we lived in town. In 2005 we moved to a wooded area where I was reinfected 3 more times between 05 and 08. I really got no better from the IV even after the cured chants! I did however, get out of bed and began my life again after many various herbal treatments through my knowledgeable herbalist. I do believe there is NO one size fits all treatment. I do believe there is no cure. I began seeing my herbalist at my doctors suggestion because according to IDSA and CDC If I’ve had the recommended treatment and I'm still sick, "it must be something else" it wasn't. My doctors brother is my herbalist. He helped me immensely. Please if you can explain why medicine works for some, but not everyone.
Marvel and colleagues administered working memory tests to 12 subjects with Post Treatment Lyme disease (PTLD) and 18 healthy controls while undergoing functional MRI (fMRI). Investigators aimed to ...
Great news! I feel as thought the should be able to zero in on Lyme especially since it was discovered in the 1970's in Lyme, CT.
Can’t be soon enough!! What about the research that Neil Spector was doing for testing?
Thank you for always keeping us up to date!
Keep up the good work!
Thank you for encouraging updates.
Thanks for info.
Lynn Rotolo -
Finally, only took 50 years!!
Hope this isn’t just so they can roll out another poison vax.. that failed last time.
It’s a bio-weapon so Ft Detrick has the cure, they are just withholding it from the public. They have patented research on the disease and potential cures. This screams vax,$, vax, $ to me… it’s the only reason anyone gives a shit at the moment. #truthhurts
I cannot take the heat! MRI on C- Spine Nov 30th...I will send you the results after my follow up appointment on Dec 12th Stay Safe!
Cold weather is extra painfull for Lyme patiants.
They can tell what a man died of 5,300 years ago...but today they can't tell if the Lyme test is positive or what they call a negative positive??
Postscript: Ozi killed by Arrows, Cold Weather, and Lyme Disease.
So it s than not lab.-made,,,
Interesting. Friends who live in Italy swear they have never seen a tick
Bekommt da jemand was in die Schuhe geschoben?
I haven't caught up with any new studies, but the first one I read years ago said only 15% of the DNA they found matched B. burgdorferi. Plenty of room for it not being exactly the same. But every year the ice man and his "Lyme " get a new PR release it seems. Chaconas et al, didn't they say that there had been recent evolution of B.b.'s genome by horizontal acquisition of genes? And that it was very unusual, with big blocks of repeated genes in tandem. By recent, I think they mean within 200 years, but I'm not really sure?
I wonder what blood type he was
Avalanche Victim his own arrow stuck him in the turbulence.
And several 'medicinal' tattoos, many at/ near joints. I forget the number. My guess was for the Lyme pain.
Ohhhh, they're admitting how he died now?
perhaps a next gen RNA therapy or combi modified anti phages could help a lot.
“Our data clearly show that the use of telemedicine for EM diagnosis is helpful as it allows shorter delays in antibiotic therapy and consequently fewer neurological and articular complications.” ... See MoreSee Less
“This case showcases early disseminated Lyme disease with a herpetiform center, a rare cutaneous presentation, as well as an example of Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction in response to initiating treatment of Lyme.”
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Lyme disease is associated with a spinal cord lesion in a 55-year-old patient. The man reported having a Bull's-eye rash 6 months before his symptoms began. He also experienced autonomic dysfunction 2 weeks prior to his illness. ... See MoreSee Less
I am a Facebook friend to Author, Amy Tan- I meet with her years ago in Boston,. MA and she has lesions on her brain from Lyme Disease. She no longer drives a car- her husband drives or she takes a livery service. She was riding an adult tricycle for exercise too- balance is an issue for her. You can Google: AMY TAN Lyme Disease- she even wrote a book on it!
This is a super interesting topic.
My wife was bit by a tick in her adlosecence, at a place and time where Lyme was totally unknown. Some months after back pain started, and after a few years it got so bad she was admitted to hospital, where, without any having any indication from MRI whatsoever, the doctors finally agreed to operate anyway (not without her first saying she could not bear the pain any longer and would probably kill herself if nothing is done). They ended up extracting a disc between L5/L1 "which was totally inflamed for no apparent reason", they really hadn't expected this and "never had seen anything alike". This was in Ukraine where nobody had ever heard about Lyme at the time. That operation stabilzed her but she spent her adolescent lifes with various pains in her limbs, back and elsewhere. Due to very healthy nutrition and life stife, she led a normal life until back pain, this time in the neck, increased to a point where she again ended up in hospital, with a facial parseis after corticosteroid injections into the neck. This time (not without me pushing doctors in the right direction), neuro Lyme was diagnosed (IgG+IgM + spinal tap all positive) and she finally got the right treatment, first in hospital and then by a LLMD in Germany.
She is *a lot* better now but the area around L5/S1, including the intestines located next to it, is still a constant trouble maker and even the LLMD's here are unsure whether that is still Lyme, or PLDS, or something else.
If you have some scientific interest or other in hearing more or talking to her fell free to drop me a PM.
Wonderful. Education is so important. I mailed information to your office about contacting my old highschool regarding having you speak on Lyme Disease. I go for a MRI of my C spine Nov 30th. I will send you the results FYI.
I actually streamed it this morning. May Neil Spector Rest In Peace and May his memory be a blessing (to those who loved him.)
If you do the math with the unreliable infection statistics basically most all are infected at this point .
We need doctors to treat it and insurance companies to pay these doctors. Patients should not have to pay for these medical services themselves. Why are doctors threatened by insurance companies and the state board for treating Lyme patients? This is a travesty which leaves many patients to suffer and die.
Fantastic documentary hopefully it will get the attention it deserves and things change for all lyme sufferers 👍 RIP Dr. Spector 🌹
I cannot believe after all these years the conversation remains the same. You can’t get people to treat you and if you do it costs a fortune
All because you got bit by a tic.
I see the same thing over and over again.
Pharmacy makes money. Doctors make money lyme literate doctors make money
Pt suffer and die
Movies are made and the same people show up to view them
Beyond devastating...living the nightmare...
Putting medicine and Dr. groups on Wall Street,, Was Not a Good Idea Mr Obama ! Joint replacements at record highs, and early Alzheimers wards are packed. Good for the Shareholders...Not so good for the Lyme patients. No need to cure a disease when so many people are profiting from it. Always follow the money.
Is it possible to view it here in Australia
Saw it in EH. Wish that Julia got better by the end though. Heartbreaking
An erythema migrans (EM) rash often DOES NOT present in the form of a bull's eye rash.
"Our findings corroborate other reports stating that EM commonly presents as a homogeneous, uniform lesion that may have central darkness or clearing, but infrequently presents with a bull’s eye, or ring-within-ring, pattern. The lesions tend to be pink-to-red, oval-to-round, with well-demarcated borders and no punctum." ... See MoreSee Less
Background and objective Diagnosis of early Lyme disease (LD) often relies on clinical recognition of the skin lesion, erythema migrans (EM), a diagnostic sign of disease when laboratory testing is in...
"In a study using specialized imaging techniques, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers report distinctive changes in the "white matter" and other brain tissue physiology of those with post-treatment Lyme disease..."
The findings could help "validate that memory, and other cognitive difficulties experienced long-term by individuals with post-treatment Lyme disease, are linked to functional and structural changes in the brain." ... See MoreSee Less
In a study using specialized imaging techniques, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers report distinctive changes in the "white matter" and other brain tissue physiology of those with post-treatment Lyme...
This case report describes how undiagnosed Lyme disease with neuroborreliosis could induce sudden sensorineural hearing loss and facial nerve palsy – as long as one year after the infection with Borrelia burgdorferi. ... See MoreSee Less