Yeah this all sounds very encouraging indeed.
The question remains: why don't more people know these facts? Or better yet: why doesn't anyone know that there are almost no facts because no research has been done despite all these stories "signals" and suspicions?! And that every website that claims it's not contagious bases this fact on absolutely nothing! And again! What can we do? Maybe set up a ring of websites on this or something?
If I do a search on "Lyme" "contagious" now. All I get is. "No it is not contagious" "No it cannot be transmitted from one human to another" etc etc. It's crazy. I mean really if you know that all these sites base there opinion on nothing. Nada Zip Zilch. No research at all!
I am telling family and friends about my findings/suspicions but it takes time. So easy does it
And what about the Q-RiBb test? The one developed by Dr Joanne Whitaker? Anyone know more of this? What I read from it is this. (Don't know if it's all true though): It's the same test of which Dr. Mattman, who allegedly was nominated for a nobelprize for her work on "Stealth Patogens", confirmed a sensitivity of 100%! The test directly shows the Borrelia itself instead of just the antibodies. Dr. Whitaker found BB in blood, mother's milk, urine, placenta, sperm, tissue, tears, teeth, spinalfluid, fingerjoint-fluid and African dust. The test received a temporary U.S. Patent permission an the FDA permission is in preparation. Supposedly almost everyone tested with this test, tested positive for BB, even if they had never been symptomatic. This almost leads one to believe that everyone might be carriying the bacteria. I think there are some other diseases of which all of us carry some form in our bodies? Anyone more info on this? And if everyone might be carryiers. Doesnt everybody get sick because of the fact that their immune-system is suppressing the BB? Or is it dormant? Or are a lot of other diseases out there all Lyme related?
RESEARCH PLEASE! If you feel there's more going on based on say the animal studies or the Syfilis relationship and you know anyone in the scientific community send them links or tell them about it. Or maybe you can tell your doctor. If everyone drops these little hints then one day it's gonna take off for sure. But don't come of dramatic or to pushy.
Good luck everyone!
Post Edited (Chasz) : 7/5/2009 3:28:19 PM (GMT-6)