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Babesia May Not Show Symptoms

On June 20, 2011, The New York Times published an article, “Once Rare, Infection by Tick Bites Spreads” by Laurie Tarkan; bravely presenting  evidence that shows the alarming spread of Babesiosis  (Babesia – a malaria-like parasite that attacks the red … Continue reading

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Ivermectin for Chronic Lyme? I Give That to My Horse!

We shouldn’t be surprised, if our horses get Lyme disease (and our dogs) who run in the fields and trot or run through forest trails…and we get Lyme.  Yet we wonder why horses and dogs recover so much faster. One … Continue reading

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Emerging Lyme Disease Co-infection: Chlamydia Pneumoniae

Chlamydia Pneumoniae, also known as CPN, is a fast emerging Lyme co-infection with very similar symptoms. In fact for some who remain very sick and have yet to receive a positive Lyme diagnosis, CPN is something that should definitely be … Continue reading

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Happiness is…Total Recovery From Chronic Lyme Disease. IVIG Part One

We all want total recovery, not these percentages you read about….we want it GONE! Now that I am truly on the road to recovery, I am eager to share my experiences, with the clear understanding that we are all different … Continue reading

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Why Can’t We Recover From Lyme Disease?

When Lyme refuses to respond to treatment, many respected Lyme-literate physicians believe that the problem lies in the complex synergies caused by co-infections. Bartonella (Cat Scratch Fever) and Babesia are the co-infections we most often hear about – partly because … Continue reading

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