Borrelia DNA has now been found in Brain Tumour Biopsies

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elenacook
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   Posted 1/23/2016 9:10 AM (GMT -6)   
There have already been peer-reviewed articles demonstrating a link between Lyme Borrelia and another malignancy, Lymphoma. Now Dr Alan Macdonald has detected Borrelia DNA in brain biopsy tissue from five patients with Glioblastoma Multiforme, a very aggressive brain tumour which unfortunately often carries a poor prognosis.

More details on the Paul H. Duray Research website here:

https://durayresearch.wordpress.com/our-work/other-topics/glioblastoma-multiforme-borrelia-dna-in-5-of-5-brain-biopsies/

Elena Cook

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k07
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   Posted 1/23/2016 9:50 AM (GMT -6)   
Scary! It almost seems like borellia is turning out to be the root of all evil!

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   Posted 1/23/2016 9:58 AM (GMT -6)   
Having a lot of respect for Dr Alan Macdonald's work, i'm growing a bit concerned about these research papers published on blogs all over the internet. Scientific papers need to be published on peer reviewed journals, otherwise nobody will take them serious.

It is indeed much harder to achieve that, but it's how science has been created: evidence needs to be so clear that nobody can deny, not even malevolent peer reviewers...

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   Posted 1/23/2016 2:54 PM (GMT -6)   
mpost said...
Having a lot of respect for Dr Alan Macdonald's work, i'm growing a bit concerned about these research papers published on blogs all over the internet. Scientific papers need to be published on peer reviewed journals, otherwise nobody will take them serious.

It is indeed much harder to achieve that, but it's how science has been created: evidence needs to be so clear that nobody can deny, not even malevolent peer reviewers...


Yeah, I freakin love Dr Alan Macdonald, and I truly believe he is on to something and asking the right questions. But I agree with your comment, is he submitting these findings to peer reviewed journals? if he isn't, why isn't he would be my question.

MarieLS
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   Posted 1/23/2016 2:58 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Elena,
Would you mind sharing the articles on Borrelia - Lymphoma? I'm a Lymphoma survivor and intrested. I knew about EBV and Lymphoma (which was the case in my tumors), but not about the link with Borrelia. Thank you! :-)
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AlanMacDonaldMD
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   Posted 1/24/2016 6:12 AM (GMT -6)   
I am Alan B.MacDonald,MD.

My discovery of Borrelia burgdorferi DNa in tumor cells from
5 patients with Glioblastoma multiformae is the first
of its kind in the world literature.

Some have wondered why I post my discoveries on
websites before attempting to go through the formal
process of publication in peer reviewed medical journals.

I establish the priority and the originality of my discovery
by use of internet postings.
I share the information with patients who have illnesses
which relate to the discoveries which I have made.

I do this to immediately share my knowledge with
others, who I hope will repeat my research and
arrive at identical conclusions.

In my past research, I have learned that
manuscripts which I have submitted take
months to be reviewed, but are eventually
published.

My list of peer reviewed publications is available
via Scholar Google [ search terms "MacDonald" and"Borrelia"

I do intend to complete additional steps in my research study
of Glioblastomas and Neuroborreliosis { Special Staining of tumor Tissue
beyond the DNA Probe studies which are contained in the
images which are now in the public domain.

I appreciate your support and words of encouragement.
It is the Glioblastoma multiformae patients
who NOW and Immediately
Need this Information.
Survival of Glioblastoma multiformae patients is measured in months
from the time of initial diagnosis.

Respectully,
Alan B.MacDonald, MD, Fellow ,College of American Pathlogists

Georgia Hunter
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   Posted 1/24/2016 6:28 AM (GMT -6)   
k07 said...
Scary! It almost seems like borellia is turning out to be the root of all evil!


Borrelia isn't the root of all evil but it certainly contributes to it. The inflammation process that borrelia causes is an acidic process with quinolinic acid being one of the end products. This acidic environment leads to extra protons which protonate the polyamines (spermidine to spermine) and alters their ability to reenter cells. Polyamines bind DNA and RNA and are responsible for transcription and translation of DNA. They also have binding sites for many polyvalent cations like Mg, Mb, Bo, Se, Zn, and Mn to name a few. Because these cations reside mostly intracellularly and they can't reenter the cells due to the polyamine conversion, they are eliminated and their intracellular concentration declines over time. Because they are substrates for many reactions, these reactions become less efficient and health problems occur. With carcinoma, it's mostly cellular hypoxia and localized pH gradient issues that lead to free radical formation. This leads to cancer. Cancer is a polyamine driven disease. Other health problems occur before cancer as it often takes time to develop. Almost all of the health issues you see on this forum can be explained by this process and by which physiological pathway is affected.

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   Posted 1/24/2016 8:46 AM (GMT -6)   
Dr. MacDonald,
A very warm welcome to you! Thank you so very much for joining and posting in our community! We are very excited to have you here!!

You surely don't need me carrying on about how valuable and wonderful your work is, as it definitely speaks for itself. Thank you so much.
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   Posted 1/24/2016 9:26 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks so much for the response Dr Macdonald! really appreciate it and all your work. We are blessed to have someone like you researching and asking the right questions. On top of that your concern and compassion for patients suffering from these illnesses is amazing.

MarieLS
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   Posted 1/24/2016 9:30 AM (GMT -6)   
Dr MacDonald

Thank you very much for your participation to our forum. We really appreciate that you took time to inform us about your publications.

Thank you for your pioneering research and support to the Lyme community.

MarieLS
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mpost
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   Posted 1/24/2016 9:49 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks for all your work Dr MacDonald, i'm glad you have joined our forum, you will only find fans and supporters here.

Hopefully, in time, all your hard work will pay off and the medical community will understand how complicated this disease really is. It's already starting to happen.

elenacook
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   Posted 1/24/2016 9:54 AM (GMT -6)   
Here are extracts from a 2008 Scandinavian study which found links between Borrelia and Lymphoma ("MCL" in the text stands for Mantle Cell Lymphoma".)

I will post more examples from the literature soon.
Elena


"Discussion

In this large, population-based case-control study, history of Borrelia infection was associated with a nearly 3-fold increased risk of MCL, whether the exposure was self-reported or based on serologic evidence, even in patients with no recollection of Borrelia disease.

An association between Borrelia infection and lymphoma development has been suspected since even before the identification of the spirochete in 1982.21 Accordingly, the occurrence of lymphoma in close proximity to typical skin manifestations of borreliosis, such as ACA and lymphadenosis benigna cutis, has been described in several case reports.22,23

However, other and more tangible evidence of a causal association in certain lymphoma subtypes includes elevated titers of anti-Borrelia antibodies described in individual patients with primary cutaneous B-cell lymphomas (PCBCL),8,9 a higher anti-Borrelia antibody seroprevalence among PCBCL patients than among controls,10 cultivation of the spirochete from skin lesions of 2 PCBCL patients,13 and demonstration of Borrelia DNA in cutaneous B-cell11,12 and T-cell lymphoma lesions24 by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) techniques.

Until recently, there has been little evidence of a Borrelia-lymphoma association in studies outside Europe....

However, serologic evidence of previous Borrelia infection was found in chart reviews in 10 of 23 patients with PCBCL in a recent American investigation.28

In our investigation, there was little solid evidence of a predilection for the skin among the lymphomas that could be suspected to be causally linked with Borrelia infection. Rather, we found evidence to suggest an increased risk of MCLs among those with a Borrelia infection history. We recently demonstrated the presence of Borrelia DNA in 2 nodal lymphomas, 1 of which was an MCL, diagnosed in patients with a documented history of Borrelia infection.16 However, previous studies, albeit with a focus on PCBCL, have suggested associations with risk of MZL, FL, DLBCL, and T-cell lymphomas.12,24,28 Moreover, Borrelia DNA has also been detected in cutaneous B-CLL infiltrates,29 analogous to one of our seropositive patients.
.....

In conclusion, for the first time, we found evidence to suggest an association between Borrelia infection and risk of mantle cell lymphoma. This novel observation requires confirmation, for example, from studies testing for the presence of Borrelia DNA in tumor tissue or from investigations nested in cohorts with access to serologic, register, and/or interview information about Borrelia infection."

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1182/blood-2007-08-109611
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elenacook
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   Posted 1/24/2016 10:12 AM (GMT -6)   
I too would like to thank Dr. Alan Macdonald for honouring us by taking time out of his busy schedule to join this thread in person.

The following comments are not intended to represent Dr Macdonald's point of view or any organisation supporting his research with which I am affiliated; they are my own only and I take full responsibility for them.

In addition to the point Dr Macdonald has raised about the need for patients with malignancies that carry a poor prognosis to have access to the most up-to-date scientific information **now** - not in months or years' time, there is another issue too.

And that is this: once someone has been involved in Lyme disease issues for any length of time - whether as patient, carer or health professional - it soon becomes apparent that this disease is treated very differently to others.

It is a **fact** that Lyme medicine, since the disease was first named (and probably, long before) - is subject to a coverup at the highest levels of our (western) governments.

This is fundamentally a military coverup, because the Borrelia bacteria was - and is - a sensitive biological warfare issue.

In addition, we have the selfish interests of the corporate insurance industry, certain pharmaceutical companies and others with a financial stake in denying the reality, prevalence and seriousness of chronic Lyme.

Given these circumstances, it is not surprising that Dr Macdonald, who is motivated only by his wish to help suffering patients, faces many obstacles in trying to obtain funding and publication of his work.

We cannot pretend that this is a level playing field, when the majority of the major decision-makers in Lyme disease have always been (and still are) -people with glaring conflicts of interest with the military, and, to a somewhat lesser extent, the insurance and pharmaceutical/biotech industries.

If anyone has any doubt about the seriousness of this coverup, please read the thread here

http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=3568626

Elena
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   Posted 1/24/2016 12:47 PM (GMT -6)   
Thanks Elenacook.
Everyone should read the post you refer to.
I used to think that the use of antibiotics was the reason the government denied help to people with lyme until I saw years ago that it is common practice that people with lyme recover with herbals, if they know what they are doing. That leaves only one reason for the government position - the unspeakably corrupt bioweapon warfare.

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elenacook
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   Posted 1/25/2016 6:11 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks, trumpet123.

Re Lymphoma - there is brand-new research from Dr Perrone and colleagues at Sapienza University in Italy ,just published Jan 2016, underlying the possibilities of anti-infective therapy to roll back cancers caused by microbes, such as Helicobacter pylori and viruses that transform (insert their DNA into) lymphocytes.

Here's what the team say about Borrelia and Lymphoma (MZL stands for Marginal Zone Lymphoma):

"Role of Borrelia Burgdorferi in Primary Cutaneous B-cell Lymphomas

MZL of the skin has an incidence rate of 1.1/1,000,000 person-years 6 and is predominant among males across all ages. B. burgdorferi (Bb) infection has been associated with skin MZL in some cases in Europe, but not in the U.S., Asia and some parts of Europe, thereby challenging the aetiological role of this agent.153,154 In particular, in Bb endemic areas such as the Scottish Highlands155 or Austria,156 cutaneous

MZL patients have demonstrated Borrelia infection in up to 40% cases, while no association was detected in two Italian case series.157,158 However, in a nonendemic region like France, Bb DNA was found in 19% of 16 cases with primary cutaneous MALT lymphoma.159

Bb infection might be associated with chronic antigen-driven lymphomagenesis in the skin, which is the port of entry of this gram-negative spirochete, through a bite from Ixodid tick and is also the infectious agent of Lyme borreliosis.5,160

Moreover, in late Lyme borreliosis, lymphocytes may infiltrate the dermis and produce the characteristic borrelia “lymphocytoma”, a cutaneous B-cell pseudolymphoma characterized by ‘top-heavy’, mixed-cell lymphoid infiltrate, usually accompanied by the formation of lymphoid follicles with germinal centres.161 Lyme disease and primary cutaneous lymphoma may represent a continuous spectrum of pathological states viewed as a multistep progression from lymphocytoma to “pseudolymphoma” eventually leading to primary cutaneous B-cell Lymphoma, where evidence of B-cell monoclonality may help distinguish between the different stages of the disease.5

Discordant data exist about cutaneous MZL recession after antibiotic treatment of Bb infection (generally consisting of cephalosporins +/− tetracyclines) and are based on case reports.138

In conclusion, Bb and its association with cutaneous MZL are currently the object of investigation, even if an antibiotic treatment may be attempted given the indolent nature of the disease.162"

"the discordant data" could be due to the fact that this is an exceptionally difficult-too-treat infection which sometimes requires long-term IV antibiotics, varying combinations or "pulsed" regimes of abx, etc..in the context of a medical establishment that has been led to believe, wrongly, that 2-4 weeks of standard abx is always curative.

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MarieLS
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   Posted 1/25/2016 6:42 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you Elena!
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   Posted 1/25/2016 8:11 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you both Elena & Dr MacDonald. Your valiant efforts, research & sounding the trumpet do effect so many ailing! Your humanitarianism will not be forgotten.

Elena re the 2016 lymphoma Italy study, adding that link:
www.mjhid.org/index.php/mjhid/article/view/2016.006/html_67.

Interesting the crossover of so many symptoms & that EBV seems to always be a marker with these, as well.

Recap of Dr MacDonald link here-

"NEMATODE FILARIAL WORMS IN CEREBROSPINAL FLUID OF A MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENT AT AUTOPSY":
d1hiluowqo0t4b.cloudfront.net/posters/docs/f1000research-112131.pdf

Post Edited (happyjo) : 1/25/2016 7:19:56 AM (GMT-7)


elenacook
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   Posted 1/25/2016 2:00 PM (GMT -6)   
Long ago it was postulated that Borreliosis can re-activate a latent EBV infection.

The issue with EBV, Hepatitis B, H. pylori AND borrelia causing cancers is bound up with the fact that they are CHRONIC infections.

Cancer does not generally happen overnight. Acute infections that are easily eradicated by the immune system or by short courses of antibiotics are not around in the body long enough to do the "accelerating" of dangerous mutations that is necessary to produce cancer.

**Chronic** infections have all the time in the world.

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   Posted 1/25/2016 3:02 PM (GMT -6)   
I was 15,5yo when they discovered the cancer (Hodgkin's IIIB), they found EBV in all 3 biopsies executed on 3 different tumors.
I remember having a bull's eye rash at 11 or 12...

Chronology could be right...
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   Posted 1/25/2016 3:18 PM (GMT -6)   
So new here all I can say is Thank you to the Dr on this research,I hope ears are listening to all this information coming out on a global scale.....if not now,soon.

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   Posted 1/26/2016 2:45 PM (GMT -6)   
Ah, but if you've been following this thread from the beginning you will see that there's a ruthless disinformation machine in place precisely to stop this information getting the recognition it deserves - this is what we need to fight.

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   Posted 1/26/2016 3:46 PM (GMT -6)   
Thanks Dr MacDonald for all you have done.

I appreciate that you have made the information available to us. I don't see it as any different than Dr Horowitz doing tv interviews to get the word out or Stephen Buhner writing books to help people get treatment when Drs have failed us or refused to help.

I personally think that the problem is more that our medical system is own in whole by Insurance companies and Pharmaceutical companies. Insurance companies don't want people diagnosed because treatment is expensive. Big Pharma makes lots of money on meds we take to treat symptoms.

Personally, the medical system has completely failed me. I started having headaches at 16 years old. Thirty-seven years ago. At least a hundred doctors, many medications, physical therapy, hypnosis, biofeedback, ...

In the last two weeks I have been dumped by two medical practices. The person who first suggested Lyme was my eye doctor. I was lucky it was the subject of a professional lecture - not by a Lyme doctor but by a doctor who is the husband of someone who went from doctor to doctor until someone decided to test her for Lyme.

The doctor that most recently dumped me (I only saw her the one time) said there was nothing she could do. I didn't mention Lyme. I only mentioned Fibromyalgia. She patted me on the head and said I just needed to do yoga and feel better about myself before referring me to another pain clinic that won't treat me either. When I asked about LDN, she interrogated me about where I heard about it. She said I shouldn't be reading things on the internet.

Some doctors get their noses out of joint when they think you know something about your disease. They want to be the authority on everything. I once had a doctor say to me "you will always know more about your disease than any doctor, but you can't tell them that." He was 100% right, but my best doctors have always been those who treated me as part of the team.

I was an engineer before I was unable to work. I am perfectly capable of reading an article in a scientific journal. I'm also capable of making decisions about my health. Whenever my doctor gave me another option, he would tell the good and bad. He usually had me research it to see if it was something I wanted to try. I made the decisions because ultimately it is our decision as patients.

So thank you Dr MacDonald for doing us the complement of making your findings available to us and thank you to everyone on the forum who shares their knowledge and experience. I finally have hope that after 35+ years I might actually get better.

Kim

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   Posted 6/5/2016 5:20 PM (GMT -6)   
I was recovering from a nasty 'crash' when this thread originally appeared. So sorry I missed it! But it was recently referenced in a conversation about EBV so I'm grateful I had a chance to read it.

Huge thanks to Dr. MacDonald for continuing to champion Borrelia research and sharing his information--however he can.

And thanks to Elena Cook for also getting to the core of the lyme controversy and helping us understand a little better why we find ourselves abandoned. There IS a reason (actually, a perfect storm of reasons).

And our battle will be won some day.

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   Posted 6/6/2016 10:38 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you for reviving this thread - it's happened just at the right time, as Dr MacDonald has made some further discoveries since this thread was started which are truly earth-shaking in their implications.

Dr MacDonald has found Borrelia endosymbionts INSIDE parasitic nematode worms in Glioblastoma multiforme tumour cells.

Endosymbionts are microbes that live in "co-operation" with their hosts, the nematode worms. Hiding inside the nematodes, the Borrelia bacteria are protected from the immune system and antibiotics.

So even if a patient were to successfully eradicate all free Borrelia, theoretically the Borrelia could continually replenish their numbers from the bacteria inside the worms.

Dr MacDonald tested tumour cells from 5 victims of Glioblastoma multiforme and found the borrelia - plus - nematode scenario in ALL FIVE.

Additionally he found the borrelia endosymbionts inside parasitic nematodes in ten out of ten samples of CSF from MS victims, as well as inside the "lewy bodies" (diseased areas of brain) in the autopsy brain tissue of a patient who died of Lewy Body dementia.

There is an excellent video here by Dr MacDonald where he presented his findings at the London conference of the AONM in mid-May this year.
https://vimeo.com/166688480
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www.durayresearch.wordpress.org (Dr MacDonald's Duray research association)

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   Posted 6/6/2016 10:58 AM (GMT -6)   
A hyper link to Dr. MacDonald's video mentioned by Elenacook: /vimeo.com/166688480
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