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Bacteria in the Gut

Not sure what the authors implications are towards anti-biotic use but nonetheless interesting... ... nd-ms.html
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The People's Pharmacy recently interviewed Dr. Breitschwerdt and Dr. Mozayeni discussing their research on Bartonella in rheumatoid arthritis patients. ... y-disease/

Combined interview.

Extended interview with Dr. Breitschwerdt. ... tended.mp3

Extended interview with Dr. Mozayeni

Here is a link to their full research paper.
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Dr. recommendation

Can anybody recommend a doctor in the Midwest, St. Louis MO, area, who would prescribe antibiotics for the Weldon protocol.
Please PM me.
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6 Months In

My naturopath has chosen to adopt a slower approach to the Wheldon protocol. I just concluded my first flagyl pulse which was only for one day. The intention is to add one day every month until I reach 5 days at the end of Sept. The only symptoms over and above the norm prior to starting is more burning in both feet. There also bluer than they were before. Dizziness and major fatigue. My question ...
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Is there anyone out there who had to take GABAPENTIN & CARBAMAZEPINE for FACIAL NEURALGIA, one of the worst ELECTRIFYING PAIN you can get in ms, WITH ABX.

Please share your experience Thx :-D
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The new germ theory of disease

The People's Pharmacy recently interviewed Paul Ewald who is a professor of biology and director of the program on disease evolution at the University of Louisville. ... f-disease/

He discusses the new germ theory of disease and how stealth infections, such as Chlamydia pneumoniae and others, could be responsible for a variety of inflammatory conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, arthritis, asthma, inflammatory bowel disease, multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia. ...
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What if not bacteria but virus?????

I just came across this on Wheelchair Kamikaze's site. It is really interesting, worth reading it: ... op-ms.html

"Within the last five years or so, it’s been established that virtually every MS patient is infected with Epstein-Barr virus (click here), which is best known for causing mononucleosis/glandular fever. I know, many of you are saying, “but I never had mononucleosis or glandular fever, so I don’t have EBV!” ...
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Recently Diagnosed, antibiotics seem to help, ????

I am hoping somebody here might be able to help me with a little problem. I was diagnosed with MS a few months ago (MRI, bands in CSF), although I have apparently had misdiagnosed MS for a long time with my first likely attack in 1982 at age 22. Over the years starting in about 1996 I have noticed that Erythromycin seems to help the neurological problems left over by a bout of transverse myelitis ...
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Are they Safe?

Please share your experiences.
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Anyone know a Chicago doctor who will get me started?

Anyone on the program like to talk? I can't type!
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