Worms Shown to Contribute to Chronic Lyme Disease: MS and Dementia

Worms Shown to Contribute to Chronic Lyme Disease: MS and Dementia

Once again Dr. Alan MacDonald impresses the medical community with his research into Borrelia and the devastating effects on the brain.  The free video presentation on Vimeo follow a lecture presentation by MacDonald in London, May, 2016.For those who haven’t been following his work, MacDonald has discovered nematode worms in the spinal fluid of MS patients which closes the link between the original discovery of Lyme disease by Dr. Willy Burgdorfer, who initially discovered the spirochete bacteria in nematode worms within the gut of tick specimens.  There have been many theories about the connection between parasite infestations and the presence of Borrelia infections with symptomatic patients.

Be sure to listen to MacDonald’s London Lecture here.

 

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2 Responses to Worms Shown to Contribute to Chronic Lyme Disease: MS and Dementia

  1. Irene says:

    There is a specific way to test the blood to determine this thing. Here is how to test for this on the link below. Also I have read that they can be detected in the blood if you are looking for them but it has to be blood taken at night. Thank you for your time. I believe this has become an epidemic!

    Global Alliance to Eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis

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