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Vancouver couple believe Lyme disease played role in son’s suicide

[CanLyme Note: Suicide is one of the most commonly reported causes of death related to Lyme disease, far ahead of heart and other problems.] Onetime Columbia River basketball standout Zach Moritz died in 2015 Published: May 19, 2019, 6:05 AM on The Columbian As Zach Moritz sat in the shade of the sequoia trees, he could envision…

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Historic evidence to support a causal relationship between spirochetal infections and Alzheimer’s disease

Front Aging Neurosci. 2015; 7: 46. Published online 2015 Apr 16. doi:  10.3389/fnagi.2015.00046 Judith Miklossy Abstract Following previous observations a statistically significant association between various types of spirochetes and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) fulfilled Hill’s criteria in favor of a causal relationship. If spirochetal infections can indeed cause AD, the pathological and biological hallmarks of AD…

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On the Curious Motions of Syphilis and Lyme Disease Bacteria

By Jennifer Frazer | December 28, 2013 The bacteria that cause syphilis and Lyme Disease have something extraordinary in common: they manage to propel themselves through their environment in spite of the fact their tails are located inside their bodies. For bacteria, they’re also unusually shaped and active. In this movie, you can see the bacteria that cause Lyme Disease moving like living, squirming cavatappi….


Persisting atypical and cystic forms of Borrelia burgdorferi and local inflammation in Lyme neuroborreliosis

Abstract Background The long latent stage seen in syphilis, followed by chronic central nervous system infection and inflammation, can be explained by the persistence of atypical cystic and granular forms of Treponema pallidum. We investigated whether a similar situation may occur in Lyme neuroborreliosis. Method Atypical forms of Borrelia burgdorferi spirochetes were induced exposing cultures…

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Tuskegee Part 2 – Lyme disease – A far larger fraud?

The Tuskgegee experiment that started in the 1930’s ruined over 600 people’s lives who had syphilis, a spirochetal infection like Lyme disease who unknowlingly had antibiotics withheld from them by being given placebos. “The Tuskegee Syphilis Study, cited as “arguably the most infamous biomedical research study in U.S. history,” ” Here in this speech, Lyme disease is said…