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Persistent Lyme Study


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#1 sf_mom

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Posted 02 March 2012 - 03:54 PM

Attached is a recently published study regarding persistent Lyme...... the article describes two experiments using a nonhuman primate model (Rhesus Macaques) that suggest that Borrelia burgdorferi can persist even if the primates are given aggressive antibiotic therapy.

There is lively interchange in which Phillip Baker, former NIH head of Lyme funding, engages in a lively discussion of this article in the comments section. Its all very insightful.

http://lymedisease.o...r-12-years.html

-Wendy


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Posted 03 March 2012 - 04:40 AM

Attached is a recently published study regarding persistent Lyme...... the article describes two experiments using a nonhuman primate model (Rhesus Macaques) that suggest that Borrelia burgdorferi can persist even if the primates are given aggressive antibiotic therapy.

There is lively interchange in which Phillip Baker, former NIH head of Lyme funding, engages in a lively discussion of this article in the comments section. Its all very insightful.

http://lymedisease.o...r-12-years.html

-Wendy



WOW!!!! (I'm speechless!)

#3 mama2alex

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Posted 06 March 2012 - 12:43 PM

Fascinating discussion! Thanks for posting.




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