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Alzheimer’s disease – a neurospirochetosis. Analysis of the evidence following Koch’s and Hill’s criteria.

“Borrelia burgdorferi was detected in the brain in 25.3% of AD cases analyzed and was 13 times more frequent in AD compared to controls. Periodontal pathogen Treponemas (T. pectinovorum, T. amylovorum, T. lecithinolyticum, T. maltophilum, T. medium, T. socranskii) and Borrelia burgdorferi were detected using species specific PCR and antibodies. Importantly, co-infection with several spirochetes…

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Eva Sapi, Ph.D discusses her extensive Lyme disease research

This video is a 10 minute clip, part of a 70 minute interview with Dr. Sapi from the University of New Haven. She is credited with being the first researcher to demonstrate that Lyme spirochetes can actually create their own complex biofilm community to survive indefinitely within their hosts; both human and animal. [Eva is…

Canadian magazine wins international award for article on Lyme disease.
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Canadian magazine wins international award for article on Lyme disease.

International journalists have selected a Better Farming magazine story by Mary Baxter, about Lyme Disease, as last year’s best story by BETTER FARMING STAFF Better Farming field editor Mary Baxter is this year’s recipient of a top international agricultural journalism award. Earlier this week, Baxter’s article, “Lyme disease: the painful and hard-to-diagnose condition,” which ran…

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Invisibly iIl – A sneak preview of the documentary out of Australia

To help raise awareness and education on the impact of stealth pathogens and the role they play in various chronic illnesses, Bec is currently writing, directing and producing a series of self-funded educational documentaries entitled Invisibly Ill. Watch sneak preview

Listen To Voice America Radio Show – CanLyme President, Jim Wilson, and Director, Janet Sperling.

Lyme Disease Challenges for Family Caregivers and Family Members August 14, 2012  Hosted by Dr. Gordon Atherley Jim Wilson, President and founder of the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation, is himself a victim of Lyme disease and the father of victims of Lyme disease. Janet Sperling is a trained entomologist whose 15 year-old son fell desperately…

Lyme disease on the increase in Ontario, Canada
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Lyme disease on the increase in Ontario, Canada

CBC TV Ottawa … Lyme disease ticks likely breeding in Ottawa Ticks carrying Lyme disease are likely breeding in Ottawa, leading to an increase in reported cases, according to a doctor at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO). Lyme disease is a bacterial infection often transmitted by an infected tick and causing muscle pain,…

Lyme disease fears prompt BC government to fund clinic
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Lyme disease fears prompt BC government to fund clinic

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jim Wilson Tel: 250-768-0978 Email: jimwilson@telus.net Website: www.canlyme.com Lyme disease fears prompt BC government to fund clinic Vancouver, BC, March 31, 2011 – In response to the release of a confidential government report calling for better treatment and management of Lyme disease in BC the provincial government announced $2 million in…