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I agree with you about the current lack of interest about the (possible) link with bacteria and CNS diseases. In the nineteenth century it was thought to be very possible, but that was way before we had antibiotics. By the nineteen sixties the auto-immune theory had taken over, probably because a microbiological cause could not be found and now all active neurologists will have been taught about MS using that theory. Hence David was advised to find a nursing home for me, my neurologist having studied at UCL, starting the year before I finished there: He obviously never crossed over Gower Street to see our final exhibition!
I do know about Steiner's life and his work in the US, but unfortunately he died before chlamydia pneumonia was even recognised as a pathogen.
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