MS & CCSVI- Chlamydia Pneumoniae a possible cause?

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MS & CCSVI- Chlamydia Pneumoniae a possible cause?

Postby Rici » Fri Oct 12, 2012 5:24 am

Hi
http://www.phmd.pl/fulltxthtml.php?ICID=561342#tab2
The bacterium Chlamydia Pneumoniae under deficiency of vitamin D attacks the weakened blood vessels causing directly vein deformations in the brain and in the spinal cord and additionally causing Multiple Sclerosis through oxygen deficiency in the central nerve system.

“In the last years reports appeared about the participation of the bacterium Chlamydia Pneumoniae in the generation of diseases of the nerve system (tab. 2). It was proved, that Multiple Sclerosis (MS), in which the decomposition of the myelin protection substance of the white brain appears, emerges as the infection by the bacterium Chlamydia Pneumoniae biotyp TWAR [50]. Using the method of PCR (polymerase chain reaction) the results confirm in 100% of the patients with chronic-prolonged MS and in 95% of the patients with chronic-recurring MS the presence of this microbe [50]. Besides, in 97% of the cases in the brain-spinal cord liquor of the MS patients, it was ascertained that DNA-sequences of the bacterium Chlamydia Pneumoniae biotyp TWAR were present and in 64% of the patients an additional result of the isolation of this pathogen was confirmed [50]. The group of Gieffers [13] showed , that the occurrence of the bacterium Chlamydia Pneumoniae is not only limited in the brain-spinal cord liquor of MS patients, but is also ascertained in persons suffering of other nerve system diseases. A neurologic disease linked with the presence of Chlamydia Pneumoniae is the Alzheimer’s disease [33], which concerns people over 60 years in the degeneration of the brain tissues and in the decline of nerve cells, that leads in consequence to emotive and behavioral disturbances, to general dementia, to the decline of memory and to the decrease of cognitive functions. Brain probes researched by the method of PCR (polymerase chain reaction, from persons with Alzheimer’s disease collected post mortem, taken among others from the hippocampus and from the parietal brain, showed the presence of the bacterium Chlamydia Pneumoniae biotyp TWAR, as its simultaneous lack in the same areas of brain of healthy persons [33]. In the research of dependences between Chlamydia Pneumoniae and the Alzheimer’s disease with immunohistochemical methods and with the help of the electronic microscopes [33], is was proven that the bacterium Chlamydia Pneumoniae biotyp TWAR was present in the macrophages, in the cells of the microglia and of the astroglia in different parts of the brain, with their lack in these same cells in the case of healthy persons. Besides it was proven, with the use of the electronic microscope, that in different areas of brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease the inclusion of Chlamydia Pneumoniae with cells of elementar bodies (EB) and of retinal bodies (RB) was present [33]. The research for the presence of Chlamydia Pneumoniae-RNA in this material with the method of RT-PCR (reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction) confirmed its presence [33] "
This material was published already in the year 2007. For so many years the neurologists and the big pharma cartels hid these results. Until today. If they only could, they would hide this fact for a longer time, in order to sell their poisons and to diminish the health of the patients and to steal them their health, by destroying the immunological system, which could fight the bacteria!
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Re: MS & CCSVI- Chlamydia Pneumoniae a possible cause?

Postby milesap » Sat Oct 13, 2012 1:58 am

Coincides with the Australian paper released this year
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Re: MS & CCSVI- Chlamydia Pneumoniae a possible cause?

Postby Daisy3 » Sat Oct 13, 2012 1:42 pm

Don't suppose anyone has a copy of this paper in English? The language tab was not working
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Re: MS & CCSVI- Chlamydia Pneumoniae a possible cause?

Postby milesap » Sun Oct 14, 2012 9:15 am

Use Chrome as an alternative browser it has an excellent translator
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Re: MS & CCSVI- Chlamydia Pneumoniae a possible cause?

Postby NHE » Sun Oct 14, 2012 9:31 pm

Daisy3 wrote:Don't suppose anyone has a copy of this paper in English? The language tab was not working


You can use the Google translator...
http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... D%3D561342
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Re: MS & CCSVI- Chlamydia Pneumoniae a possible cause?

Postby CuriousRobot » Mon Oct 15, 2012 12:31 pm

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Re: MS & CCSVI- Chlamydia Pneumoniae a possible cause?

Postby Rici » Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:09 am

Hi
Pls translate chapter 4: "CHLAMYDOFILOZY CZŁOWIEKA"
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