Is Your Pet Safe?: Morgellons Disease-A New parasitic disease may be transmitted by pets

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Commentary: Tick-borne diseases are climbing in Maine. Symptoms may include high fever, severe headache, stiff neck, and sore throat. There is no specific treatment for the disease, which can lead to seizures and coma".

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Commentary: An important gene sequencing project was just completed for the apicoplast genome of Babesia microti. The nuclear and mitochondrial genomes had previously been sequenced. Babesia is the number one parasitic co-infection keeping my Lyme-MSIDS patients ill, and due to the number of different strains and their ability to suppress the immune system including the ability to clear other parasites , it is important to find answers for this parasitic infection.

Once Babesia is properly diagnosed and treated, many patients improve.

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As per the authors: "The potent activity of drugs such as azithromycin and clindamycin against B. Targeting the apicoplast- and nuclear-encoded functions important for apicoplast maintenance and replication may help identify and design novel, potent and safer therapies for the treatment of human babesiosis".

Commentary: Maine is endemic for Lyme and tick-borne diseases, yet there is no funded state laboratory to check ticks for known infections spreading throughout the Northeast. Keeping that in mind, an 8 million dollar bond is a small price to pay for protecting the health of state residents, and monitoring an epidemic that is driving up health care costs.

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I would like to thank Jessica Bernstein and Truthout. Commentary: Congressman Chris Smith of N. These patients received overwhelming support in the House of Representatives with passage of the first-ever legislation identifying chronic Lyme and providing a mechanism that will provide real answers on the appropriate treatment. It is my hope that HR will move forward in the Senate and help foster a broad, expanding effort to fight a dreaded disease that threatens hundreds of thousands of people".

Please contact your local Senator regarding Lyme bill HR , and ask them to support this crucial legislation. Please read the article below, and then the blog that I did a while ago for Psychology Today, on whether dementia and ADHD are preventable diseases Commentary: Blood transfusion transmission of tick-borne infections such as Babesia, Anaplasma and certain relapsing fever spirochetes have previously been reported in the medical literature.

This organism is now prevalent in ticks, and in certain parts of the US, is being transmitted as often as the Lyme disease spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi. The relapsing fever spirochete B. Congressman Chris Gibson, Congressman Sean Maloney and Congressman Chris Smith made powerful, impressive and passionate speeches on the effect of Lyme disease in the United States, so do not miss watching it!


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It discusses the Lyme-MSIDS model and its applicability for many chronic diseases of the 21st century, and why some people don't get better from Lyme. Paradigms shift slowly, but chronic infections and toxins need to be addressed if we are to help solve the mystery of rising rates of chronic diseases in this country. Congressman Chris Gibson Press Release. They are able to be accessed on line in the August journal Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy. These guidelines highlight the need for individualized patient care.

The document provides a rigorous review of the pertinent medical literature and contains recommendations for Lyme disease treatment based on the Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development, and Evaluation GRADE process. This review format is used by other well-respected medical organizations including the Cochrane Collaboration and the World Health Organization.

Lorraine Johnson, a co-author of the study also commented: "The guidelines encourage shared medical decision making and taking patient values into consideration". This has certainly been a missing piece in other published guidelines. Guidelines represent years of hard work by Dr Cameron, Dr Maloney and Lorraine Johnson, and I applaud their efforts in getting these important guidelines published. Commentary: Vermont's governor recently signed into law a bill protecting doctors who treat Lyme patients according to ILADS guidelines.

Rachel Nevitt, married to Senator David Zucherman from Vermont who initially introduced the bill , discusses in a 30 minute television interview her experience with Lyme disease. She covers a broad range of topics including Lyme's pleomorphic symptoms, its effects on her family, how it is spreading in epidemic proportion throughout the state of Vermont, the politics of Lyme disease, and the level of denial among the medical community resulting in so much unnecessary suffering.

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There is a one minute pause in the middle of the video, so please be patient as the video is worth watching in its entirety. Commentary: Is there a way to live a longer and healthier life? In this CNN. We know that there are protective caps on the end of our chromosomes, called telomeres, and when they get too short, there are problems with cell division which can lead to premature aging.

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There is an enzyme, called telomerase, whose job it is to protect and rebuild telomeres. Since "age-related conditions from osteoarthritis, diabetes and obesity to heart disease, Alzheimer's and stroke have all been linked to short telomeres", perhaps its time for all of us to regularly get to the meditation cushion.


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  8. Commentary: Dr Robert Bransfield just published an article on the incidence of Lyme disease among children with autism spectrum disorder. Lyme is the great imitator, and multiple infections have been linked in the medical literature to ASD. Both Lyme and ASD have immune dysregulation, and it is known that systemic infections such as Bb, Bartonella, and viral infections with associated inflammation can affect chronic neurodegeneration Perry et al.

    Nature Reviews Immunology 7, , Feb Harvard University and the University of California also recently published on the role of environmental toxins in ASD. It not only makes you hurt, but it makes you crazy". One of those diseases, Alzheimer's disease AD , is predicted to triple in incidence within the next 30 years. In the following article, Dr Alan McDonald describes the relationship between spirochetes and Alzheimer's disease. Researchers such as Dr McDonald and Dr Judith Miklossy from Switzerland have found Lyme spirochetes present in biopsies of the brains of Alzheimer's patients, and hypothesize that chronic spirochetal infections from Lyme disease and spirochetes in the mouth in combination with biofilms may play a role in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's.

    Please read the 3 links below. The first is a transcript summary of the recent London conference where Dr McDonald spoke on spirochetes and their relationship to AD. The third link is a blog that I wrote for Psychology Today a few months ago discussing how infections and toxins both may play a role in driving dementia and AD. Among their accomplishments, they have helped fund and establish a center at Stamford University for tick-borne disorders that is actively doing important scientific research. For those who didn't have a chance to see the live interview, here is the link:.

    Il est evident de plus en plus que les polluants de l'environment entre dans notre corps, et il faut consider le detoxification comme une partie essentiel de notre plan de sante. The scientific literature is proving that more and more environmental pollutants are entering into our body, even from so called "organic" sources. These toxins contribute to symptoms in some of my Lyme-MSIDS patients, and we should consider detoxification as an essential part of our health plan.

    In addition, exposure to agricultural pesticides in pregnancy was also linked to other types of developmental delay among children. Developmental delays included taking extra time to reach communication, social or motor skill milestones. The study was made possible since California maps and reports agricultural pesticide use, allowing the researchers to examine the course of exposure for the mothers of almost 1, children.

    New York maintains a registry as well but many states do not have a pesticide registry. In the new study, about a third of mothers had lived within a mile of fields treated with pesticides, most commonly organophosphates, and their children were 60 percent more likely to have ASD than children of non-exposed mothers. Autism risk was also increased with exposure to pyrethroid insecticides, as was the risk for developmental delay. Carbamate pesticides were linked to developmental delay but not to ASDs.

    Time of exposure to some pesticides mattered before conception or in the third trimester were most vulnerable times , but for other pesticides, the effect was the same no matter when during pregnancy the developing fetus was exposed. Scientific studies need to be performed on using different detoxification techniques during pregnancy to evaluate their efficacy and safety in reducing illness in the developing fetus, considering known exposure risks and the rising rates of autism in the US.

    Commentary: Patients from Texas come to me with symptoms consistent with tick-borne diseases, after being told that there is no Lyme disease in their state. These findings refute previous discussion and speculation that Lyme disease is relatively non-existent in the southern United States. Commentary: The Poughkeepsie Journal reported today that the Lyme bill protecting patient and doctor rights is headed to our NY Governor for his signature. Senator Kemp Hannon having introduced the final version that was approved yesterday by both the Senate and Assembly. My experience with treating over 12, chronically ill individuals over the past 27 years is that borrelia can establish a chronic persistent infection, as can Babesia, Bartonella and Mycoplasma infections.

    Commentary: Jessica Bernstein and Dr Dennis Bernstein did an article on the preponderance of women with Lyme disease and how this disease is spreading across the US. This article profiles a film maker, Sini Anderson, her struggle with Lyme, and the need for better testing and insurance coverage.

    The article highlights the number of women being affected, and the need for a comprehensive support system to help women who are too sick to advocate for themselves. I have reached out to insurance companies in the past to meet with them and help create guidelines that would improve the diagnosis and treatment of complex tick-borne illness, and lower health care costs. This took place recently, and also at the Congressional public forum sponsored by Congressman Chris Gibson 2 years ago.