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Death From Lyme in Australia Where it Officially Doesn’t Exist

Thousands of people are suffering from chronic Lyme disease in Australia, a number that is certainly skyrocketing as officials deny that Australian ticks carry Borrelia burgdorferi or any other spirochetes that cause disease. This position is becoming harder and harder to defend as people are getting sick with Lyme disease who have never left the continent.

Published on Mar 19, 2012

In a major Lyme disease development, a man has died from a disease he caught from a tick, and the victim’s doctor is urging authorities to act.

There are a growing number of organizations, blogs and websites in Australia designed to help those who are suffering or who think they may have Lyme disease.  Search internet or try Lyme Disease Association of Australia:

Published on May 18, 2013

They’re the Perth Mums and Dads, adults and children in the fight of their lives. Sick of being sick and of being given the run-around by a government with its head in the sand, they’re taking desperate measures, demanding 1) doctors consider Lyme Disease as a part of their differential diagnosis, 2) calling for laboratory testing facilities to be accessible in Australia, 3) demanding the government acknowledge the illness and facilitate good medical practice and MediCare support, and 4) advocating the routine use of antibiotics following a tick bite to cheaply and efficiently prevent a chronic illness from developing in the first place.
Reporter: Mark Gibson
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Lyme Spirochetes: My Blood Microscopy

Here is video of my red blood cells and serum. Spirochetes can be seen but we can’t tell if they’re Borrelia bergdorferi (Lyme). Also viewable are biofilm, cysts and CO2 bubbles from yeast. For more info, see Description of what we see in this sample is below: 00:09 My red blood cells exhibited some rouleaux, which means they stacked together, on top of each other, which usually means gut inflammation. But she said it wasn’t too bad, maybe a 1.5-2 out of a possible 5. 00:23 She soon saw a parasite in one of the blood cells. Maybe a protozoa? A babesia? 05:12 Fibrin started to be noticeable at seven minutes after taking the blood sample. Usually it takes twenty so this means I have excess prothombrin. Which means my liver is overworking, which I have known for millennia. Proteolytic enzymes will break down fibrin. Fibrin is a big problem for people who have fibromyalgia. 07:34 Next she saw an echinocyte. The membrane fatty acids take on this appearance with toxicity/oxidative stress. They also form as individual cells are ‘dying’ a natural cell death. However, cells infected with bacteria that release toxic metabolic wastes will often exhibit this ‘pin cushion’ appearance, and bacteria can often be seen emerging from this type of cell as the blood sample ages. Poor detoxification systems- liver and kidney- can also affect the cell membrane of the RBC’s, but in that case, the ‘bumps’ are usually more blunt, rather than pointed. 10:23 We see a

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Hospital Stay -part 3

I am SO sorry it took me so long to get this story told. Its just so complex and for real long! No pressure to read all the videos. And just to warn you, I may have said a wrong word, or gotten confused or something, please excuse it. I am not editing, nor am i going to listen and annotate. Just too tired and week after all these videos!

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Lyme disease update May 12, 2012: Fishing!

My name is Jean-Luc Giroux. I have had Lyme disease for 5 1/2 years and have been on treatment for 3 1/2. This is what a typical good day is like for me at this point in time. I still struggle with debilitating symptoms, and am still forced to spend most of my time at home, but thanks to treatment my overall quality of life has dramatically improved. I am starting to be able to enjoy some of the things I am most passionate about again, and my number of good days is increasing as things progress. I am confident that I will make a full recovery. Shot and edited by: Jean-Luc Giroux

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How to Pronounce Babesiosis

Learn how to say Babesiosis correctly with EmmaSaying’s “how do you pronounce” free tutorials. Definition of babesiosis (oxford dictionary): noun [mass noun] a disease of cattle and other livestock, transmitted by the bite of ticks. It affects the red blood cells and causes the passing of red or blackish urine. Also called piroplasmosis, redwater, or murrain. The disease is caused by protozoans of the genus Babesia, phylum Sporozoa Origin: early 20th century: from modern Latin Babesia, from the name Victor Babes (1854–1926), Romanian bacteriologist

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Rife Machine for Lyme & Other Illness, Interview w Judy Erwin on her BCX ULTRA

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Thank you Dr Phil and Dr. Chitra Bhakta For Doing a Show on Lyme Disease

Please leave a comment for Dr Phil, Brooke, Kathy or Stephanie or Dr B, to thank them or of what you would want to hear more about on another show. Just my way of saying thank you to Dr Phil for getting the word out to the public on Lyme Disease. Also thank you to Dr. Chitra Bhakta , Brooke, Kathy, and Stephanie for being on the show. The public needs to know about this epidemic. Monkey-Persistant Lyme Research The Case For Chronic Infection: Evidential persistence of Borrelia species post antibiotic exposure in vivo and in vitro- Research on Seronegativity- Why we get false negative tests Detection the infection with Babesia spp. Cytauxzoon felis and Haemobaronella felis in stray cats in Mosul Ticks and mosquitoes as vectors of Borrelia burgdorferi- Recovery Of Lyme Spirochetes By PCR In Semen Samples Of Previously Diagnosed Lyme DiseasePatients- Adherence of Borrelia burgdorferi to the proteoglycan decorin Rickettsial Research — Fighting the Bites of Fleas, Lice, Mites and

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Protozoa Classification

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Dark Field Blood Analysts! Sierra Integrative Medical Center

The first day at SIMC they poked my finger and looked at my blood under a microscope. I had this done when I was first diagnosed over 2 years ago and there were Spirochetes in my blood. The second dark field test there were a lot more problems going on in my blood. It was sluggish and sticky. I had some large platelets and a lot of allergies to different things that is causing my immune system to be over loaded and not flush out all the Lyme and Co-infections. Spirochetes were swimming in my blood along with a few co infections Mycoplasma, Bartonella and Babesia. I tested positive for Lyme and Babesia recently from my Igenix blood test. There are a lot of “cysts” in my blood which are the babies ready to hatch. The antibiotics I have been killing a lot of the spirochetes but the “cysts are ready to come out full force! In the video it even shows a cysts giving birth in my blood!! YUCK!!

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patty and mocha.m4v

A JERAS dog rehab success story- Patty was plagued by anxiety, was aggressive, had rage attacks, a history of multiple homes, multiple running away and multiple impoundments in Texas, before we took her in Dec. 2010. We treated her for low thyroid and possible Lyme/ babesia and after a year, she is friendly, well-behaved and without her former problems. see Patty’s page and our “Rehab-dogs” page

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Emerging incidence of Lyme borreliosis, babesiosis, and granulocytic ehrlichiosis: 27336

Video abstract of research paper “Emerging incidence of Lyme borreliosis, babesiosis, bartonellosis, and granulocytic ehrlichiosis in Australia” published in the International Journal of General Medicine by Peter J Mayne. Read the case series article here: Background: Borrelia burgdorferi, the causative agent of Lyme disease (LD), and Babesia, Bartonella, and Ehrlichia species (spp.) are recognized tick-borne pathogens in humans worldwide. Using serology and molecular testing, the incidence of these pathogens was investigated in symptomatic patients from Australia. Methods: Sera were analyzed by an immunofluorescent antibody assay (IFA) followed by immunoglobulin (Ig)G and IgM Western blot (WB) assays. Both whole blood and sera were analyzed for detection of specific Borrelia spp. DNA using multiplex polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing. Simultaneously, patients were tested for Babesia microti, Babesia duncani, Anaplasma phagocytophilum, Ehrlichia chaffeensis, and Bartonella henselae infection by IgG and IgM IFA serology, PCR, and fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH). Results: Most patients reported symptom onset in Australia without recent overseas travel. 28 of 51 (55%) tested positive for LD. Of 41 patients tested for tick-borne coinfections, 13 (32%) were positive for Babesia spp. and nine (22%) were positive for Bartonella spp. Twenty-five patients were tested for Ehrlichia spp. and (16%) were positive for Anaplasma phagocytophilum while none

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