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"Dr. Nicolson's research demonstrates that cell & mitochondrial membranes, impaired by excess oxidative stress in Chronic Lyme & other diseases..."

"This interview highlights key points in Dr. Nicolson's presentation to the ILADS group - “Reversing Mitochondrial Damage and Increasing Cellular Energy in Chronic Lyme and Lyme-Associated Infections.”

What happens if Lyme disease is left untreated?

Prof Nicolson: Chronic LD can progress to a fatal disease, but most patients become slowly disabled and are often diagnosed with other diseases or syndromes, such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, neurodegenerative diseases, Rheumatoid Arthritis or other diseases or illnesses.

In the most severe forms, Chronic LD patients can have multiple diagnoses, and this form of LD is particularly difficult to successfully treat.

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Q: Have you done any clinical studies with patients with Lyme disease?

Prof Nicolson: Most of our studies on Chronic LD have involved the laboratory diagnosis of various co-infections, such as Mycoplasma species, in Chronic LD using molecular genetic methods.

• For example, we were among the first to identify various Mycoplasma species in Chronic LD patients and determine the incidence of these co-infections among LD and non-LD patients.

• We also studied the incidence of various LD-associated infections in other diseases, such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome [ME/CFS], Fibromyalgia Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorders, etc. This has resulted in our suggestion that various LD-associated infections are very common in many chronic diseases.

I have recently reviewed this topic, and copies of this two-part review in the British Journal of Medical Practitioners can be down-loaded from our website, www.immed.org. [“Role of Chronic Bacterial and Viral Infections in Neurodegenerative, Neurobehavioral, Psychiatric, Autoimmune and Fatiguing Illnesses: Part 1 and Part 2.]

We have also worked on chronic fatigue and mitochondrial dysfunction in Chronic LD and other diseases and illnesses, and how this can be corrected.

• Mitochondria in our cells provide the high-energy molecules necessary for cellular metabolism and life.

• In Chronic LD and many other infection-based diseases, the mitochondrial membranes are damaged by oxidative stress, resulting in leakage of the membranes and an inability to produce high-energy molecules.

• In patients with Chronic LD the mitochondria are only functioning at about one-half their normal capabilities, and this results in and is perceived as chronic fatigue.

Often fatigue is a major issue in Lyme disease, along with muscle weakness and headaches. Is there anything that can be done to assist with these symptoms as one is healing?

Prof Nicolson:
We and other LD experts have shown that chronic fatigue, muscle weakness and other symptoms in Chronic LD are related to loss of mitochondrial function.

This is where our research with patients who have other chronic illnesses, such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome [ME/CFS] and Fibromyalgia Syndrome, has helped in Chronic LD.

All these patients have somewhat similar problems with excess oxidative stress and damage to their mitochondria.

We have found that Lipid Replacement Therapy with oral NT Factor® (the replacement of damaged mitochondrial membrane lipid components with undamaged membrane phospholipids) can restore mitochondrial function and significantly reduce fatigue. [See “Repair Damaged Mitochondria and Reduce fatigue Up to 45%: The Story Behind NT Factor,” Aug 6, 2010.]

Q: How can repairing cell membranes help someone with Lyme disease?

Prof Nicolson: As in other chronic diseases, cellular membranes in Chronic LD patients are often damaged by excess oxidative stress, especially the very sensitive cellular membrane and mitochondrial membrane phospholipids.

These phospholipid molecules form the matrix or main barrier of all of our cellular membranes, and when they are damaged by oxidation, they allow our membranes to become leaky and permit ions and other small molecules to leak out of our cellular organelles such as mitochondria and even our cells.

It is especially important in nerve cell membranes, as well as in the membranes in various cells of the immune system, that membrane barriers provide electrical and ionic differences across the membranes.

When the membranes leak, cellular function is impaired.

We have used Lipid Replacement Therapy with oral NT Factor to help restore cellular membranes and especially membrane function. In patients with Chronic LD as well as other chronic diseases, restoring membrane function resulted in significantly reduced fatigue and better functioning cells. This translated into better quality of life.

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For many year's I have researched this, with Mind Numbing results, Not Just LYME but MYCOPLASMA get involved as well, these myco's have literally wheponized and have gotten out of the lab's, They took what should be harmless mycoplasma and turned them in to Cholesterol devouring cells, they can attack injured cells as we age in any part of the body, since they eat the cholesterol out of one cell and move onto the next you can literally wind up with Many Collagenetic tissue conditions, from any organ in your body to any joint or tendon,
Collagen, we have 27 collagens in our bodies but collagen type 1 makes up 90% of all of them, including organ's skin, bone, cartledge (virtually entire body has some sizeable amounts of collagen type 1) type's 1,2,3,4,5, collagen encompasses 95% of the 27 types, when Lyme or mycoplasma gets involved in a attack on these they take on that collagens DNA in part, thus hiding from you immune system and activating it to attack "SELF" collagen of the same type, (DDD, OA, RA, CFS, List is endless and below)
Using "Oral tolerance" can stop the AI side of the attack and allow you to regain some comfort and stop the pain, collagens in our body do not have pain receptors these collagen's cover our nerves cover our bone, tendon is make from collagen (Could you Imagine walking on your feet with no protective collagen in your joints or in the skin ?) Ever had a broken bone, injured tendon, You get the point, our bones have the nerves webbing, when AI of any type is blasting your collagen's especially type 1, you can experience sensations that will make you doctor think you are a NUT case, I have been thru this, Dr Lonnie Herman is also working on these here is his link on myco''s also look at his other links on neurobrucellosis and MS, many others for CFS, GWS,

ok since I am new here it is not allowing me to post link's until I get some likes, so please Like, and I will post much more on getting you all help -Dan


Human diseases and conditions that are caused by mycoplasmas, or where mycoplasmas are a key co-factor therein:

AIDS ([1 ch 3], 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13, 21, 22, [51 p 4-12]), ARC (7), Arthritis (1, 16, 17, 21, 31), Alzheimer’s (7, 14), asthma (13, 14, 16, 31), ALS (13, 14, 50), adrenal failure (7), acute stem cell leukemia (33), abnormal liver function (31), acute glomerulonephritis (31), acute psychosis (17), aggressive cancers (14), arterial sclerosis (51), apoptosis (22), altered lymphcyte responses (5), autoimmune reaction (27, 36), abscess (29), ascending paralysis (31), arthalgias (7, 31), anklosing spondylitis (54), Bullous myringitis (17, 24, 29), brain stem encephalitis (31, 41), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (7, 9, 13, 14, 21, 50, [51 p 4-12], 55), Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (38), cardiac complications (1 p. 421), collagen vascular disease (7 47, 56), Creuzfeldt-Jakob (51 p.12), congestive heart failure (31), Crohn’s (14, 21), conjunctivitis (7, 17, 31), chromosome aberrations (21, 30, 49), cerebellar ataxia (31), central nervous system disease (1, 7, 17,21), CNS in infants (25, 31), chronic cystitis (1 ch 25, p. 431), cardio vascular disease (14, 21), confusion (7), CSF infection (25), congenital pneumonia (23), chronic bronchitis (31), chronic pulmonary disease (31), cranial nerve palsies (31), chorioamnionitis (31), cervical adenopathy (40), Diabetes mellitus (14, 50), dysplasia (18), death ([1 ch 27 p465], [1 ch 32 p539], 17, 31), Thrombosis Embolism (60), Endometriosis (1 ch 25 p 431), erythematous macul papular and vesicular exanthemas (21, 31), endocarditis (13, 50), epididymitis ([1 ch 25 430], 31)erytherma nodosum (17), erytherma multiforma minor (17), Fibromyalgia (9, 13, 14, [51 p 35-36], 55), facial neuropathy (51 p 19-26), Gulf War Illness (13, 14, 21, 50, [51 p 4-12]), Guillain Barre (17, 31), Graves Disease (13, 15), glomerulosclerosis (7), gangrene (31), gastrointestinal symptoms ([1 p421],31), Huntington’s (51), Hashimoto’s thyroiditis (15), hemolytic anemia (17, 31), hemiplegia (1), heart failure (7), hypercalcemia (7), hemopericardium (31), hypogammaglobulinemia (1 ch 25 pp 421, 427, 431), hepatitis (31), hydrocephalus ([1 ch 25 p431], 25), hypoxemia (31), hemogluinuria (31), hyercoagulability (31), Inflammatory bowel disease (13, 14, 46), infertility ([1 p426], 19, 31, 32, 56), immune system damage (6, 21), interstitial cystitis (14),intravascular co-agulation (31, 50), idiopathic Thrombocytopenia purpura (33), joint infection (1 ch 25 p427), juvenile chronic arthritis (54), Kawasaki (15), Kibuchi’s Disease (7), kidney stones (20), lupus (7, 12, 13, 14, 15, 29, 39, 51, 52, 56), low birth weight ([1 ch 25 p431], 56), leukemia ([1 ch 29 p 498], 14, 21, 28, 33, 34, 35, 38), lymphoma (14), liver (21, 7)and lung abscess (38), lympho sarcoma (38), lymphadenopathy (7), leukopenia (3), lymphopenia (3), Meningo encephalitis (17, 31) myocarditis (13, 16, 31, 50), malignant transformation (21), multiple sclerosis (13, 14, 15, 50), multiple organ failure (50), meningitis ([1 ch 25 p 427 & 431], 16, 31), myalgia (7, 31), macular rashes (31), morDaleiform rashes (31), Nongonccal urethritis ([1 ch 25 p428], 26, 29, 31), non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (21), nervous system infection of neonates (1 ch 25 p 431), neural lesions (31, 41), neo-natal morbidity (56), nasal polyps (45), neurological complications (1 ch 25 p 421), Oncogenic transformation (49), otitis medial ([1 ch 25 p 421], 17), otitis externa (17), primary atypical pneumonia (([1 ch 25 p 428], 7, 13, 14, 16, 17, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 36, 40), pelvic inflammatory disease ([1 ch 25 p 426], 14, 31), pancreatitis (31), psychosis (31) Pharyngitis ([1 ch 25 p 421], 17, 21, 27, 29, 40), pyelonephritis ([1 ch 25 p 426], 31), post partum fever (31), proteinuria (7), pityriasis rosea (31), psoriatic arthyritis (54), Parkinson’s disease (51), polyarteritis of brain and heart (31), prostatitis ([1 ch 25 p 430], 26, 31), polyarthritis ([1 ch 25 p 427 & 431], 31), pericarditis (13, 31, 50), psoriasis (14, 51), pleural effusion (31), peteceal rashes, papulo vesicular rashes (31), respiratory distress syndrome ([1 ch 25 p 427 & 537], 31, 50), rheumatoid arthritis ([1 ch 25 p 435, ch 29 p 498], 12, 13, 14, 21, 29, 39, 53, 54, 56), Reiter’s([1 ch 25 p 431], 29, 31, 39), rheumatic fever (17), respiratory disease in newborns ([1 ch 25 p 431], 23), renal failure (7, 31), red blood cell alteration (27, 42), Raynaud’s disease (31, 51), reactive arthritis (54), Sarcoidosis (7, 51), Sjogren’s Syndrome (14, 15), scleroderma (11, 12, 14), Steven’s Johnson Syndrome (17, 31, 51), spontaneous abortion ([1 ch 25 p 431], 28, 31), suppurative arthritis (1 ch 25 p 427 & 431), septicemia ([1 ch 25 p 421 & 427], 29), solid cancers(14), Swyer James Syndrome (31), subcutaneous abscess ([1 ch 25 p 431], 31), stillbirth ([1 ch 25 p 431], 23, 31), scaly erythema (31), submandublar adenitis (3), transverse myelitis (10, 31), tracheo bronchitis (1 ch 25 p 418 & 421, 17, 21, 23, 27, 36), thrombocytopenia (8, 31), ulcerative stomatitis (31, 46), urethritis (26), uriticaria (1), vaginitis (1 ch 25 p 426), Varicella-like rashes (31), vasculitis (14), Wagener’s (7)

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Oral tolerance, for me I consume 2 whole raw egg's a day, with 2 bananas, and supplement with UC-II, the egg shell membrane contains collagen type 1,3,4,5,10 (egg's collagen and cholesterol is so close to our own it can heal on contact and supply choleSTEROL we need, as you increase the amounts you consume by adding additional eggs ever 2 weeks, this gives you body's liver time to adjust, up to 25% of our daily energy reserves is spent in the production of cholesterol, They have this entire cholesterol turned upside down and backward ! if you have AI conditions provoking GWS, CFS and or the rest listed above, please check like so I can post some super important links


Molecular Terrorism By Mycoplasm
Genetically Engineered Stealth Microbes
May Be The Source Of Your Health Problems
By Gary Tunsky
Crusador Newsletter

You wake up dead tired. You feel like you've been hit by a truck. Sleep becomes sporadic, if at all. When sound sleep occurs, the restoration of energy is minimal causing you to meticulously save your energy like a miser hoards gold. If you force yourself into activities beyond the scope of your normal daily chores, you pay a heavy price. A possible consequence is being bedridden for days.

You have trouble concentrating. Short-term memory losses make you feel like you're trapped in a brain fog. You have unexplained muscle aches and joint pains like a never-ending flu. Your spouse and family don't understand this new metamorphic change in you, going from active and bubbly to sick and decrepit in the prime of your life almost overnight. Your social life has disintegrated and once close friends are slowly drifting away because the monotonous explanation that you're too tired to see a movie or go out to dinner has waned thin. Your taking an abundance of sick time and your boss is starting to question your sanity. Nobody understands. Nobody believes. Nobody offers help. Well, almost nobody.

Thanks to the research of Professor Don Scott and Dr. Garth Nicholson, there is a growing awareness of a mysterious and debilitating illness that is affecting over 800,000 Americans, and being carried dormant by everyone in North America just waiting to be triggered into molecular terrorism. This man made, hidden stealth pathogen is named Mycoplasma, and is the common culprit in almost every disease process today including AIDS and Lymes disease.

Chances are if you feel sick and tired and your doctor is unable to make a definite diagnosis because lab tests, blood chemistry profiles and tissue cultures fail to reveal any disease pathogen, you might very well be infected with Mycoplasma.

According to Professor Don Scott, this newly formed virulent pathogen is a weaponized crystalline form of the nonpathogenic Brucella bacterium which resides naturally in the oral cavity, gut flora and superficial body sites that has been genetically engineered with the retro virus visna from sheep (scrapies) by our own military.

This mutated sub-viral particle acts by attaching to a gene in either the cell nuclei or mitochondria and given a suppressed immune system, acidic pH, low oxygen cell environment coupled with a triggered physical or emotional trauma, the Mycoplasma/amyloid will initiate a replication process of useless protein fibrils called nucleation. This process triggers programmed cell death disabling the ATP producing factories (mitochondria). These sub-viral bacterium particles have been termed prions by Dr. Prusiner, stealth viruses by John Martin, amyloid by Dr. Gajdusek and Mycoplasma/Brucellosis by Don Scott and Garth Nicholson.

Despite government manipulated statistics, there has been an undeniable rapid increase of all neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases coming out of nowhere since the mid 1990's with absolutely no origin to their genealogy.

My question to medical science is why are there such an unprecedented number of Americans caught up in a medical merry-go-round of being bounced from one doctor to the next without ever receiving a proper diagnosis? The simple answer is mainstream medical doctors are not trained in detection of non-detectable pathogens. Since Mycoplasma hides intracellularly and invades multiple organs and systems, it manifests a vast array of symptoms throughout the whole body, making a correct diagnosis virtually impossible for a mainstream doctor's linear, magic bullet mentality.

Due to the misdirection of medical science compartmentalizing the human body into 10 separate specialty fields (dermatology, endocrinology, urology, neurology, psychology, oncology, gastric specialty, general practice etc.), like an auto mechanic would segregate engine parts, none of the mainstream physicians understand how all 10 body systems work synergistically as a whole like a flowing river. This has led medical science to perpetuate trash can labels to terms for symptoms of Mycoplasma to hide their ignorance.

Syndrome X, Graves disease, Systemic Lupus, Sjogren-Larsson syndrome, Huntington's chorea, Guillain-BarrÈ syndrome, myasthenia gravis, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Rift Valley fever, Hashimoto, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, post traumatic stress syndrome, ADDH, even the recent West Nile virus, are all virulent Mycoplasma invasions in disguise. The names of the mysterious diseases are simply the location of the Mycoplasma invasion/destruction, not a new disease. Almost every neurodegenerative and autoimmune disease has a pathogenic Mycoplasma species responsible for the initiation of the disease process.

7 Mycoplasma Variants Linked To Numerous Diseases

The seven weaponized Mycoplasma variants that enter fluid and blood circulation that were created covertly by the U.S. government and are now wreaking havoc on the population are the following:

1.) M. Fermentans (incognitas strain). The term fermentans reveals fermentation process (i.e.: yeast, molds, fungus, spores, cancer). 2.) M. Penetrans penetrate the cell membrane and invade host cells. 3.) M. Pneumoniae attacks upper respiratory epithelial cells, inflaming them and causing upper respiratory infections and chronic pneumonia. 4.) M. Genitalium (Genitalia) invades urethral tissue and cells in the genital area causing pelvic inflammation and urethritis. 5.) M. Hominus is found in joint tissues in rheumatoid arthritis. 6.) M. Pirum is found in AIDS as a co-factor accelerating AIDS progression. 7.) M. Salivarium is found in salivary glands and joint tissues in rheumatoid arthritis.

High-level exposure of Mycoplasma to blood, semen, mother's milk or vaccines will lead to AIDS. Low-level exposure to bodily fluids where concentrations are less will contribute to chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases. Specific diseases can be targeted by controlling the Mycoplasma concentrations to bodily fluids.

Mycoplasma Thrives On Cholesterol

What makes these designer diseases so elusive is that they're genetically engineered only for DNA replication, transcription and translation with no organelle or cell wall. They have lost their genes for amino acid and fatty acid synthesis, forcing them to invade and steal proteins, sugars and sterols (cholesterol) from healthy neighboring cells to survive.
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These cholesterol dependent molecular terrorists immediately take up residency in the individual's genetically pre-disposed weaknesses, (the weak link in the chain of organs or systems), or the path of least resistance. Since Mycoplasma has absolute dependence upon the uptake of preformed sterols (cholesterol structures), they have an affinity toward cell membranes, nerve cells, sex hormone cell factories, glands and the gray matter in brain tissue, where cholesterol sterols are found. Since cholesterol is a co-factor in glandular hormone production, the endocrine balance is drastically altered with cholesterol being pulled out of the cell cycle. That is why pathogenic changes are seen most often during pregnancy, hormone replacement therapy, steroid therapy, menstrual cycles and xenoestrogens from pesticides, herbicides, meat and dairy.

With the disruption of the hormones, comes an open invitation for the RNA directed HIV to replicate. The newly formed HIV RNA makes its way to the host cell surface where it connects and breaks away carrying with it a GP 120 protein envelope that was hijacked from the previous cell's surface. It repeats by countering another cell, adheres to the cell surface and accesses the interior genetic material of its new host where the cascade process is repeated.

Unless Mycoplasma penetrates into tissues and cells they cannot exert their terrorist effects. They will lay dormant, sometimes for a decade, until physical or emotional trauma, severe stress or vaccine contaminants wake up the sleeping giant to invade and feed on the cell's genetic material like an intracellular parasite, taking the cell hostage until it ruptures and dies.

Mycoplasma Triggering Mechanisms

Mycoplasma is activated and stimulated by initiators (ignition) and potentiators (promoters). The potentiators are the toxic substances in our food, beverages, environment, pharmaceuticals, heavy metals (mercury amalgams) and chemicals that we bath in, etc. that store in fat cells and weaken our cellular terrain and immune system to allow the initiators (i.e. stress, viruses, bacteria, fungus, parasites, emotional and physical trauma, fear, increased estrogen, anger, etc.) to ignite or light up the gasoline that's poured on the barn -Mycoplasma.

If the gray matter of the brain tissue is the target of Mycoplasma invasion, you'll portray symptoms of dementia, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease or memory and cognitive thinking disturbances depending on the area of the brain terrorized.

If the spinal cord is the victim, you will exhibit symptoms of neurodegenerative diseases like myasthenia gravis, Guillain-BarrÈ and ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). If your weakness happens to be the synovial fluid cells in your joints, rheumatoid arthritis with severe joint pain will be your disease. In fact, many of the 21st century diseases that were thought to be autoimmune turned out to be Mycoplasma invasions. I do not believe that God made our immune systems that stupid to attack our own tissues.

If Mycoplasma invades the beta cells in the pancreas that manufactures insulin, you can't regulate blood sugar and Diabetes Mellitus will be your demise. If your cardiac tissues are your weak link, cardiomy-opathy will manifest. If M. Pneumoniae or M. Fermentans attacks the bronchial lining of the bronchial tubes, the inflammation will trigger asthma and upper respiratory infections. If the myelin sheaths of the nerves are targeted, you will exhibit neurological symptoms of multiple sclerosis. If the intestinal lining is penetrated, the damage to the mucosal lining will perpetrate Crohn's disease or leaky gut. In the case of Lou Gehrig's disease, 80% of the patients have detected at least two Mycoplasma strains -M. Penetrans and M. Fermentans.

In ALS, the oligodendritic nerve cells which require cholesterol to synthesize neurosteroids are eaten. If Mycoplasma population is large enough, they gobble up so much cholesterol they diminish neurosteroid synthesis which leads to severe central nervous system malfunctions. Even Lymes disease, which is the fastest growing infectious disease in the U.S. and possibly Europe, with the exception of AIDS, was found to be linked to both Borrellia and Mycoplasma infections as a co-infection. The Mycoplasma species of M. Pneumoniae and Chlamydia invading the pericardium lining of the heart, seem to be common dominators of myocarditis and pericarditis infections.

Mycoplasma steroid stealing properties also make the energy producing mitochondria leaky by robbing cholesterol lipids that are necessary in mitochondrial membrane integrity. When mitochondria bleed, they cannot generate ATP energy necessary for cell energy and function and nerve cells are the most sensitive to energy deprivation. This explains why chronic fatigue and neurological disorders are the main symptoms of the trinity diseases chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia (FMS) and Gulf War illness (GWI). In my opinion, they are the same disease ideology with all three characterizing common symptom traits of chronic fatigue, short term memory loss, low grade fevers, tissue and lymph swelling, joint and muscle pain, stomach and digestive disorders, immuno-suppression and severe systemic chronic infections that invade various organs, tissues and cells including the brain, nervous system and heart.

Mycoplasma Infection Leads To A Medical Merry-Go-Round

Since the disease pattern of CFS, FMS and GWI affect all major body systems (cardio vascular invasion involving the left ventricle, neurological damage ranging from mild cognitive problems to bi-polar depression or schizophrenia, genitourinary damage presenting incontinence or urethritis, pulmonary symptoms of asthma and the development of fibro masses or nodules in the lungs etc.), this multi-faceted symtomatology is causing a medical merry-go-round in the medical profession starting with a general practitioner who will usually prescribe an anti-inflammatory and a short-term antibiotic regimen for the chronic infection.

Since you also exhibit symptoms of neurological disorders and your general practitioner is not versed in neurology, you will be referred to a neurologist.

After the examination with a neurologist and a couple scripts later for your anxiety and insomnia, you will be pawned off on an endocrinologist for your hormonal imbalance because the neurologist has limited knowledge in endocrinology.

Due to the combined adverse side effects of the antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, analgesics and tranquilizers, you may exhibit signs of gastric disturbances and skin reactions where you will be further drugged by a dermatologist or a gastrologist.

Next in line on the "gist" medical treadmill is the cardiologist who will push a beta-blocker or a diuretic on you for your cardiomyopothies. After seeing ten different disease specialists and spending thousands of dollars on MRI's, CT Scans, X-Rays, surgery, pharmaceuticals, etc., without finding a solution to your dilemma, you will be labeled psychosomatic, hypochondriac or suffering from severe depression where you will end up with a psychologist. You're now a walking drug store with more complications than what you started with thanks to the combined adverse reactions of the drugs and the limitations of medical doctors who specialize in only 1/10th of the body. What a racket!!!

The government perpetrates non-detectable, virulent, stealth pathogens on the population by way of mosquito vectors (West Nile), primary aerosol, chemtrails, vaccines and possibly the food chain, and then you're put through a medical merry-go-round of disease specialists that know little or nothing about Mycoplasma ideology and do not have access to the necessary diagnostics for detection. The pharmaceutical companies and the warlocks in Washington and Wall Street are laughing all the way to the bank as they profit hundreds of billions of dollars on humanity's suffering while fulfilling their agenda of population control.

Protocols To Treat Mycoplasma

Since Mycoplasma cannot be successfully treated with the usual short course duration of antibiotics due to their intracellular location, slow proliferation rate and inherent resistance to most antibiotics, the few Mycoplasma experts that specialize in this field are recommending six-months to one year of non-stop treatments using strong antibiotics such as Cipro and Doxycycline. However, if a patient does not want to destroy their body and immune system with Cipro and Doxycycline, a total overhaul of every cell from head to toe using a multi-faceted, non-toxic, holistic treatment approach is absolutely necessary to overcome Mycoplasma infections naturally. This is why vitamins and nutritional supplementation are so important in the therapy. Chronic illness patients must also be weaned off antidepressants and other potential immune suppressing drugs before they can fully recover from their illnesses.


Now with all this and more what does your doctor's do ? 2 Thing's that are flat out Wrong, 1st they want you to NOT eat healthy non oxidized choleSTEROL then give you Statin's to boot, Next they Specialize in only 1 area they do not look at us as having 10 systems that can be affected, (Much like orthapedic surgons only operate on arm's, knee's, back's neck's (yes iv been to em all) Not only CFS, but OA, suspected RA, IBS, MS, Lupus, Neuropathy, Raynaunds syndrome, I started looking for the link's Why ? is the question and because is the answer, keep asking why ? and because until you have answered every health issue you have ! - Dan


If you live in N.America, you odd's of having a mycoplasma infection are 100% for 1 or more, 75% for 2 or more, 50% for 3 or more, and 25% for 4 or more, of the wheponized mycoplasma, If you have Lyme's its pretty certain you have mycoplasma infection as well
Public Health Alert, v. 4, no. 7, 2009 Mycoplasma – Often Overlooked In Chronic Lyme-by Scott Forsgren
Those of us with chronic Lyme disease are quite familiar with the names of the better known Lyme co‐infections. Babesia, Bartonella, and Ehrlichia have become everyday words. As much as we would like to rid ourselves of these illness‐ producing pathogens, they have become a part of our daily struggle to regain a sense of health and wellness. Unfortunately, these are not the only co‐infections seen in chronic Lyme disease. For some reason, Mycoplasma infections are not only lesser known by patients, but seemingly often overlooked by doctors as well. It is important for us, as patients, to educate ourselves on the topic of Mycoplasma and to ask our practitioners how we are being evaluated and treated for these infections. In 1987, Dr. Garth Nicolson, PhD was a professor at the University of Texas at Houston when his wife, an instructor at Baylor College of Medicine, became seriously ill and nearly died. She was diagnosed with a Mycoplasma infection, treated, and later recovered. A few years later, their daughter, who had served in the Gulf War, returned from active duty quite ill. Not only was she sick, but the symptoms that she exhibited were very similar to those that Dr. Nicolson’s wife had expressed years earlier. At that point, Dr. Nicolson had the idea that his daughter’s illness could be the result of an infection and started to investigate his theory further. As his work progressed, he looked at Brucella, Borrelia, Ehrlichia, and other chronic intracellular infections that have the potential to cause illness and present with overlapping signs and symptoms. In Gulf War veterans that were being evaluated, approximately 45% of hose that were ill had Mycoplasma infection. It was found that the infection was a particular type of sma ferment t Mycoplasma, namely a peculiar species called Mycopla ans. Very little was known about this particular species of Mycoplasma at the time except that the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology and the Army had been doing research on the organism. Once this likely causative agent of Gulf War Illness (GWI) had been identified in about one‐half of the GWI cases, Dr. Nicolson recommended that the Mycoplasma‐infected Gulf War veterans be treated with Doxycycline. He then found himself the target of viscous attacks for making the connection between the illness and M. fermentans. Dr. Nicolson shared that “even talking about this organism was highly discouraged.” In fact, until the Gulf War, the military’s own medical school had been teaching about the dangers of M. fermentans for years. Background Just years earlier in Texas, prisons emerged in which many of the inmates and guards came down with neurodegenerative conditions at rates that were far from ordinary. In Huntsville, where three large State prisons are found, there were about 70 cases of ALS, numerous cases of Multiple Sclerosis, and highly unexpected numbers of Rheumatoid Arthritis cases. At that time, the term “Mystery Disease” was used to identify the unusual illnesses that so many seemed to have acquired. Dr. Nicolson started testing prison guards and their family members and found that very high numbers of these people were testing positive for Mycoplasma fermentans. Furthermore, this appeared to be a weaponized version of the organism called M. fermentans incognitus, a specific strain of Mycoplasma that had


pg2-Mycoplasma is the number one coinfection observed in Lyme disease patients
been altered to cause more severe symptoms, to be more virulent, and to be more survivable than the aturally occurring M. fermentans. Dr. Nicolson believed that biological weapons experiments had been pigs. n carried out on inmates in the Texas prison system for years in which humans had been used as guinea As time progressed, these illnesses did not remain confined to the prisoners. Soon after the prisoners unknowingly became a part in these experiments, the prison guards became ill. Their illnesses gradually became those of their families. It was not long before these Mycoplasma‐based illnesses became a broader part of the surrounding Huntsville, Texas landscape. The Texas prisoners that came down with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) later died. In the state of Texas at the time, the state law dictated that all prisoners that died were later to be autopsied at University of Texas at Galveston. However, that was not what was happening to the prisoners who had died as a result of this horrific experimentation according to Dr. Nicolson. Through one of his former students who at the time was responsible for the autopsy service at UT Galveston, Dr. Nicolson learned that none of the bodies had been sent there. Dr. Nicolson had discovered that at least six private autopsies a week were being performed on deceased prisoners at a US Army base. The bodies were then sent to a private crematory at a secret location in central Texas. Additionally, prisoner records were destroyed. All of this, according to Dr. Nicolson, violated state law. Though much of the evidence of this experimentation had been destroyed, a document was found in the basement of an Austin building that was viewed as the “smoking gun”. The document indicated that the Texas Prison Board, Baylor College of Medicine, and the Department of Defense were all a part of the experiments involving the Texas prisoners ‐ experiments that later resulted in the death of many of the inmates. According to Dr. Nicolson, some of the experiments used Mycoplasma while others utilized various “cocktails of microbial agents” such as Mycoplasma, Brucella, and DNA viruses such as Parvovirus B19. This project later become the topic of a book by Dr. Nicolson entitled Project Day Lily. Dr. Nicolson believes that Mycoplasma fermentans is a naturally occurring microbe. However, some of the strains that exist today have been weaponized. Dr. Nicolson’s research found unusual genes in M. fermentans incognitus that were consistent with a weaponized form of the organism. Weaponzing of an organism is done in an attempt to make a germ more pathogenic, immunosuppressive, resistant to heat and dryness, and to increase its survival rate such that the germ could be used in various types of weapons. Genes which were part of the HIV‐1 envelope gene were found in these Mycoplasma. This means that the infection may not give someone HIV, but that it may result in some of the debilitating symptoms of the HIV disease. Indicators of a weaponized organism were evident in the prison guards in Huntsville as well as in military personnel that were likely exposed to the infections both through military vaccinations as well as through weapons used in the Gulf War. The unfortunate reality according to Dr. Nicolson is that “once these things get out, you can’t put the genie back in the bottle”. Once these germs have been released, they are airborne infections that slowly penetrate into the population. In the case of Mycoplasma fermentans, Dr. Nicolson believes that this is exactly what happened. It may be this weaponized form of Mycoplasma that has led to the significant increases in neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases over the last several years. Those patients with weaponized strains of these organisms are generally very sick. They may experience 60‐75 signs and symptoms and are even at risk of their diseases becoming fatal. In looking at the source of infection in the Gulf War veterans who were contracting Mycoplasma, Dr. Nicolson suggests that vaccinations appear to be the most likely mechanism through which the veterans became infected. Many military personnel that later became ill were far from the battlefields or had received the vaccinations and were never deployed. However, biological weapons sprayers were known to have been deployed by the Iraqis in the Gulf War and were used to spray the sand in Iraq and Kuwait. Gerald


pg3-Schumacher, a Special Forces colonel in charge of biological weapons detection, blew the whistle on this after he retired. During the Gulf War, his group was not allowed to deploy their biological weapons detectors which led to reports that no such weapons were detected or used. The Iraqis received a great deal of assistance on biological warfare from the United States during the Iran‐ Iraq Conflict. Both chemical and biologic weapons were given to them from the United States. After the Gulf War, rather than taking inventory of these weapons, they were blown up. Dr. Nicolson indicates that some of his patients have taken videos standing next to crates with Hazardous Materials tags from the United States. In the same videos, the crates are opened and weapons are clearly striped as having originated from the United States and being both chemical and biological weapons. There were clear indicators that Iraq had offensive weapons in their arsenal. In Kuwait, many people had become quite ill. It was estimated that 25% of the population after the Gulf War had signs and symptoms which matched the symptoms of those infected with weaponized Mycoplasma. There were also a number of other chemical exposures and thus, there was never a clear indicator as to whether or not the Iraqi illnesses were caused by biologic or chemical agents. When asking Dr. Nicolson how much he personally has been harassed for bringing much of this information to light, he shared that it has been “a horrific time”. After Dr. Nicolson exposed the Huntsville prison experiments, the University of Texas educational system attempted to fire him from his tenured and highly respected position. Dr. Nicolson shared that a tremendous amount of pressure was put on the University of Texas system to “shut him up and close his laboratory”. He was threatened on an almost daily basis with closing his lab as he continued to do his research on Mycoplasma. This became a major subject in the book Project Day Lily. Fortunately, for many of us struggling with chronic illnesses, Dr. Nicolson’s experience and knowledge continue to be a benefit in that we understand so much more than we otherwise would about this formidable foe called Mycoplasma. Symptoms The signs and symptoms of Mycoplasma infection are highly variable and thus it is not uncommon for a diagnosis to be entirely missed. A partial list of symptoms includes chronic fatigue, joint pain, intermittent fevers, headaches, coughing, nausea, gastrointestinal problems, diarrhea, visual disturbances, memory loss, sleep disturbances, skin rashes, joint stiffness, depression, irritability, congestion, night sweats, loss of concentration, muscle spasms, nervousness, anxiety, chest pain, breathing irregularities, balance problems, light sensitivity, hair loss, problems with urination, congestive heart failure, blood pressure abnormalities, lymph node pain, chemical sensitivities, persistent coughing, eye pain, floaters in the eyes, and many others. On Dr. Nicolson’s web site at .immedorg, a full list of signs and symptoms and an illness survey form can be found. It doesn’t take long to see that the symptoms of Mycoplasma infections are very similar to the symptoms of Borrelia infections in chronic Lyme disease. Dr. Nicolson has looked at some of the more common neurodegenerative diseases and the infections that are associated with each. Mycoplasma is commonly found n patients with ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, Autism, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Chronic sthma, Lyme disease, and many other chronic disease conditions. i A Illness Infections Commonly Observed Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Mycoplasma fermentans (and other species), Borrelia burgdorferi, HHV6, Chlamydia pneumoniae Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Chlamydia pneumoniae, Mycoplasma species, Borre rferi, nd other Herpes viruses lia burgdo HHV6 a Alzheimer’s Disease Chlamydia pneumoniae, Borrelia burgdorferi, HSV1 and other Herpes viruses Parkinson’s Disease Helicobacter pylori, coronavirus, Mycoplasma species Autism Spectrum Disorders Mycoplasma fermentans (and other species), Chlamydia pneumoniae, HHV6, Borrelia burgdorferi Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Mycoplasma pneumoniae (and other species), Chlamydia pneumoniae,


pg4-Borrelia burgdorferi Lyme Disease Borrelia burgdorferi, Mycoplasma fermentans (and other species), Babesia species, Bartonella species, Ehrlichia specieChronic illnesses and infections commonly observed in each according to the work of Dr. Garth Nicolson, PhD
Mycoplasma are pleomorphic bacteria which lack a cell wall and as a result, many antibiotics are not effective against this type of bacteria. There are over 100 known species of Mycoplasma, but only a half dozen or so are known to be pathogenic in humans. The pathogenic species are intracellular and must enter cells to survive. Once they are inside the cells, they are not recognized by the immune system and it is difficult to mount an effective response. They stimulate reactive‐oxygen species (ROS) which damage cell membranes. They release toxins into the body. Infected cells can be stimulated to undergo programmed cell death which may result in ALS or other severe neurological presentations. 90% of ALS patients evaluated were found to have Mycoplasma infections, whereas Mycoplasma was found in 100% of ALS patients with Gulf War Syndrome, almost all of which were weaponized M. fermentans incognitus. They are thought of as “borderline anaerobes” meaning that they generally prefer low oxygen environments. Dr. Nicolson has found that airline employees are much more susceptible to these types of infections and that ymptoms worsen with frequent long flights at low oxygen tension. Mycoplasma also have some haracteristi s c cs of viruses. Mycoplasma tend to be slow growing infections and they are usually transmitted slowly. Dr. Nicolson states that “Mycoplasma can be sexually transmitted, but the infection is usually passed through far less intimate contact. Mycoplasma can be obtained through fluid exchange, and it is easily transmitted through the air.” In Gulf War veterans, the first person besides the veteran to become ill was the spouse and later, other members f the household also became ill. Not everyone is equally susceptible to Mycoplasma infections, especially une systems who can re o those with strong imm sist infection. As already discussed, Mycoplasma fermentans produces numerous symptoms. Those infected are rarely found to be asymptomatic. In North America, M. pneumoniae is the most common Mycoplasma seen in various diseases. In Europe, M. hominis is far more prevalent and the incidence of M. fermentans is much lower than in North America. The potential genetic factors involved in Mycoplasma illnesses are not known. Those with immune deficiencies and other illnesses, such as cancers and degenerative diseases, are at far greater risk of infection. Prevalence In one study looking at Mycoplasma in patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Dr. Nicolson has observed some interesting patterns in his research. Generally, the majority of CFS patients have Mycoplasma infections. However, CFS patients infected with Borrelia burgdorferi, the punitive agent in Lyme disease, had an even higher overall Mycoplasma infection rate. As many as 75% of Lyme disease patients appear to have ycoplasma infections, and yet Mycoplasma is often overlooked in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic lacking c M Lyme disease, neurodegenerative diseases, and many other chronic illnesses lear origins. Even more startling was the finding that of that of the patients infected with Borrelia, over 50% of the patients had the M. fermentans infection. Approximat carried ely 23% M. pneumoniae. Chronic Fatigue patients that did not test positive for Borrelia had much more of a mixture of various species of Mycoplasma. Only 28% of the group not co‐infected with Lyme disease had the M. fermentans infection. In ormal, healthy controls, only 1.7% were found to have M. fermentans and at a total Mycoplasma infection ate of 5% compared to the 75% group mentioned earli


pg5-Dr. Nicolson notes that these findings are consistent with the fact that it is the Mycoplasma fermentans species that is more often isolated in ticks collected from the environment. The same tick that serves as the vector for orrelia burgdorferi often also transmits M. fermentans simultaneously. Once a patient is multiply co‐ ess both increase. B infected, the duration and severity of their illn In his experience, Dr. Nicolson has found that Mycoplasma is the number one Lyme coinfection. The rate of infection with Mycoplasma in patients with Lyme disease surpasses that of Bartonella (25‐40%) slightly and that of Babesia (8‐20%) significantly. According to Dr. Nicolson, a healthy immune system can generally clear M. pneumoniae infections though will ave a harder time eradicating M. fermentans on its own. Healthy people can often hold these infections in heck ‐ essentially having the infection but not expressing symptoms. h c Incidence of Various Microbes in Patients with Lyme Disease – G. L. Nicolson Testing Dr. Nicolson noted that Mycoplasma infections in chronic Lyme disease are often overlooked by most doctors because they simply don’t test for it. He states that those that do test for it find a much higher number of infected patients. Dr. Richard Horowitz, MD in New York finds a high incidence of M. fermentans according to Dr. Nicolson. Sadly, however, even if patients are tested for Mycoplasma, a similar problem exists here as the one that almost all Lyme doctors and patients are aware of – namely that reliable tests do not exist. Dr. Nicolson notes that once a laboratory gets a reliable test in place, the laboratory is often shutdown. There are only a few labs left that test for Mycoplasma as a result. In testing ticks for various microbial species, Dr. Nicolson has found a very high incidence of Mycoplasma fermentans. However, other Mycoplasma species have also been found such as M. pneumoniae and M. hominis. The incidence of these other species is far lower. “Far and away”, it is the M. fermentans species that is seen in ticks, and this probably reflects the high incidence of M. fermentans coinfections in Lyme disease. In terms of laboratory testing, Dr. Nicolson generally recommends Viral Immune Pathology, formerly known as RedLabs. He has found that the usefulness of any given lab in testing for Mycoplasma changes regularly. n the past, Dr. Nicolson used Medical Diagnostic Laboratories (MDL) for testing, but later he and other liable. A I physicians found that the testing was no longer re s a result, he no longer recommends MDL. Dr. Nicolson finds that laboratories testing for Mycoplasma are highly scrutinized by federal agencies and that may affect the way the labs test and report this type of infection.


pg6-Autoimmunity Thomas McPherson Brown, MD studied Mycoplasma at the Rockefeller Institute just before World War II. He was able to isolate bacteria from the joint fluid of a person with autoimmune arthritis and believed that the infection could have been the trigger for her disease. At the time, the organisms were too small to identify precisely, but it was later determined to be Mycoplasma. Even then, Dr. Brown believed that Mycoplasma was very common and not easy to eradicate. He suggested using tetracycline drugs as an effective treatment for the disease. He later found that Doxycycline and Minocycline were effective at dealing with Mycoplasma. Though he garnered praise from his patients, he was generally regarded by the medical community as misguided and a trouble‐maker. He died in 1989 prior to eing fully vindicated. Fortunately, his work was validated through an NIH‐sponsored study called MIRA or ”. b “Minocycline in Rheumatoid Arthritis Due to many of the characteristics of Mycoplasma, they may be responsible for the triggering of numerous autoimmune responses. As Mycoplasma replicate within cells and are eventually released, they capture antigens from the surface of the host cell and incorporate these antigens into their own membranes. This makes it almost impossible for the body to tell the difference between good and bad, between human and microbe, or between us and them. As a result, the immune system may begin to respond to these antigens now incorporated into the cell walls of the bacteria and create a condition of self‐attack, or autoimmunity. The microorganisms can produce mimicry antigens that mimic the natural host surface antigens and trigger an immune response to these antigens which may also result in autoimmune conditions through cross‐ reactivity. Additionally, Mycoplasma may cause cell death of host cells through a process known as apoptosis or programmed cell death. Treatment Though various strains of Mycoplasma have their own unique characteristics and drug responses, treatment tends to be quite similar. The variations in the strains do not appear to be a factor in a successful treatment response. Dr. Nicolson suggests that invitro differences have been found but that it is not possible to easily extrapolate these findings to an invivo environment. Various factors including drug targeting, drug clearance, and the ability for the drug to cross into various body compartments are important considerations in treatment that cannot be examined invitro. Dr. Nicolson believes that, like many other coinfections of Lyme disease, Mycoplasma cannot be fully eradicated, but that once infected, treatment becomes an ongoing “management approach”. He notes that this is a commonly understood fact and that the same is true of other organisms such as Chlamydia and orrelia. Mycoplasma have the ability to go into a quiescent phase in intracellular locations within the body. ther antibiotic ms. B Once in these locations, nei s nor the immune system can effectively reach or kill the organis Many people recover from Mycoplasma infections and are fine for years. They may later have an incident involving severe trauma or other significant life stressor and symptoms fully reappear within weeks to months. Dr. Nicolson recommends that the physician adopt an initial 6‐month course of treatment with no break followed by several 6‐week on, 2‐week off antibiotic cycles. Candidate antibiotics include: Doxycycline, Ciprofloxacin (Cipro), Azithromycin (Zithromax), Minocycline, or Clarithromycin (Biaxin). He notes that antibiotic combinations may be required if there is a limited response to single drug, and most patients equire switching antibiotics at least once during their treatment. Some patients may find the addition of lagyl to be a benefit to treatment. r F 7 Mycoplasma – Often Overlooked In Chronic Lyme Disease In Gulf War patients, once effectively treated, the majority of patients recovered. For civilians, six months is the minimum recommended treatment length, and some patients require much long


pg7-In Gulf War patients, once effectively treated, the majority of patients recovered. For civilians, six months is the minimum recommended treatment length, and some patients require much longer treatment in order to recover. iven that Mycoplasma have some characteristics of viruses, some physicians have suggested that Famvir or apy. G Ganciclovir may be added to the antibiotic ther Herxheimer reactions do occur when treating Mycoplasma infections. To minimize this die‐off effect where the patient generally feels much worse while on treatment, Dr. Nicolson advises using 50mg oral Benadryl taken 30 minutes before the antibiotics. He also finds that a strained blend of 1 whole lemon, 1 cup fruit juice, and 1 tablespoon of olive oil can be helpful. Though Dr. Nicolson believes that antibiotics are the most effective approach to treating Mycoplasma infections, he has found some good natural options. In terms of natural approaches to treating Mycoplasma, Raintree Nutrition (.rain‐treecom) has created several products that may be quite helpful for patients. These include Raintree Myco, Raintree A‐F, and Raintree Immune Support. Dr. Nicolson has seen evidence that Mycoplasma‐specific transfer factors such as those from Chisholm Labs and others can be beneficial in some patients. He says that many natural options help in some patients, but that his experience has been that the antibiotic treatment results in the best outcomes. In many, recovery requires a push and pull between conventional and alternative treatments. One of the hallmark signs of Mycoplasma infection is fatigue. The infections lead to oxidation in the body that leads to damage of the cell membranes. Oxidation accelerates the damage to the lipids in cell membranes which impacts mitochondrial function. This leads to less energy in the cell and ultimately to a fatiguing of the larger organism due to the fact that there is less energy to support necessary cellular functions. In patients where fatigue is due to cell membrane damage, Dr. Nicolson has found NT Factor® to be highly beneficial. NT Factor® replaces the damaged lipids and helps to restore mitochondrial function. Often, fatigue then resolves or is reduced. Dr. Nicolson has found that oxidative therapies such as ozone can be helpful in the fight against Mycoplasma. However, he notes that this is generally palliative and does not produce the same results as the antibiotic therapy in the long‐term. He finds that the oxidative therapies “are generally more cytostatic than cytotoxic”. Hyperbaric oxygen may be helpful but similarly does not appear to be a highly effective treatment in the longer‐term. In other countries, IV drips with H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide) have been used with some benefit, but Dr. Nicolson notes that these therapies, while potentially effective, are highly dangerous and not advised. In the realm of frequency medicine and Rife therapy, Dr. Nicolson believes that the frequencies that could be used to address Mycoplasma are too similar to normal cellular frequencies. Thus, he is not certain that Rife therapy is an effective way to approach the problem. In the nutritional realm, Dr. Nicolson finds that many patients with chronic infections are immunosuppressed and that proper nutrition is vital. He cautions against smoking and drinking. He suggests avoidance of sugars trans‐fats, and allergenic foods. He advises patients to increase their fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. ome dietary winners in supporting the immune system include cruciferous vegetables, soluble fiber‐based oods such as prunes and bran, wheat germ, yogurt, fish, and whole grains. S f None of these treatments are a panacea. It takes a combination of things to resolve a patient’s symptoms. 8 Mycoplasma – Often Overlooked In Chronic Lyme Disease Patients are often depleted in key vitamins and minerals. Supplementation with B‐Complex, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and CoQ‐10 are often beneficial. Minerals are often necessary. Dr. Nicolson notes, however, that many people have poor absorption and may require sublingual or injectable forms of these nutrients. Amino acids, flax seed, and fish oils can provide additional support, but the best nutrition for cell membrane


pg8-Patients are often depleted in key vitamins and minerals. Supplementation with B‐Complex, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and CoQ‐10 are often beneficial. Minerals are often necessary. Dr. Nicolson notes, however, that many people have poor absorption and may require sublingual or injectable forms of these nutrients. Amino acids, flax seed, and fish oils can provide additional support, but the best nutrition for cell membranes is NT Factor®. Many patients with chronic illnesses have a toxic body burden of heavy metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, and aluminum. Hair, stool, and urine testing is available through labs like Doctor’s Data
For patients using antibiotics, beneficial gut flora is often depressed. Supplementation with a high quality probiotic is important, but probiotics have to be taken two hours or longer after taking antibiotics. Natural immune support can be helpful in the form of whey proteins, transfer factors, or immune‐support products such as Beyond Immuni‐T from Longevity Plus. Biolfims Dr. Nicolson believes that biofilms are a factor in successfully treating Mycoplasma infections. In cases that are refractory to antibiotics, biofilms are likely a major factor. In men with chronic refractory prostatitis which is infection‐based, one often cannot be treated effectively with antibiotics. However, when Detoxamin (EDTA) or other agents to address the biofilms are used, it then becomes possible to treat these infections with tetracyclines. Patients quickly show functional increases and decreases in pain other symptoms. Summary In chronic Lyme disease, it is often difficult to know which infections are actually responsible for the persistence of illness. However, in general terms, chronic intracellular infections that change the metabolism of cells and suppress mitochondrial and other functions will lead to patients remaining in a chronically ill state. Dr. Nicolson believes that these infections must be aggressively treated. “Similar to chronic Lyme disease, the current CDC or IDSA recommendations for short‐term treatment of chronic infections are simply inadequate,” he says. Dr. Nicolson has found that there is a hierarchy of symptoms that resolve relatively quickly and those that resolve more slowly when treating Mycoplasma. Gut‐associated phenomenon such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) often resolve quickly. Other systemic signs and symptoms can resolve in an intermediate period of time from many weeks to many months. Symptoms associated with the central and peripheral nervous systems such as neuropathy and pain often resolve much more slowly. Skin sensitivity and burning sensations may take much longer to resolve. Mycoplasma infections do invade nerves, and nerve‐related symptoms are among the more difficult to resolve. Dr. Nicolson states “We keep seeing the suppression of information on Mycoplasma and similar intracellular bacterial infections. The world of Mycoplasma parallels the world of chronic Lyme disease in terms of the politics involved. Physicians are being persecuted by their medical boards as a result of bad information. It is important for us to do everything within our power to get rid of harmful, erroneous information about these diseases. Both Mycoplasma and Borrelia have been manipulated for biological weapons purposes and as a result, both are politically incorrect to discuss, work on, or do anything about. Until this changes, we won’t see any real progress.” Resources Professor Garth L. Nicolson is the President, Chief Scientific Officer and Research Professor at the Institute for Molecular Medicine in Huntington Beach, California. Born in 1943 in Los Angeles, Dr. Nicolson received his B.S. in Chemistry from University of California at Los Angeles in 1965 and his Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Cell 9 Mycoplasma – Often Overlooked In Chronic Lyme Disease Biology from the University of California at San Diego in 1970. Professor Nicolson has published over 580 medical and scientific papers, edited 15 books, and served on the Editorial Boards of 30 medical and scientific journals. He is also a Colonel (Honorary) of the U. S. Army Special Forces and a U. S. Navy SEAL (Honorary) for is work on Armed Forces and veterans’ illnesses. More information on Dr. Nicolson’s work can be found on te at
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Good luck to us all, and spread the word ! Lets get treated, It is beyond me how our government has allowed US to all be used this way all in the name of Big pharma profits, insanity, and what I have posted to day is literally the tip of the iceburgh


Keep in mind these conditions can rapidly become deadly, if you have pain, you collagen has been eroded to the point of leaving nerve's exposed to attacks either by AI or pathogen, the Whole raw egg's supplies the living collagens, 1,3,4,5,10 then add UC-II to get attacks on your collagen to stop (pryors patch GALT) and the uncooked cholesterol (non oxidized) and then not to even mention the B's protein's, omega'3, calcium carbonate, it is a total package and I have a quote for people new to these conditions "Sooner is better than later) the day you have a greater loss in collagen than what you are able to make, you are heading down fast ! so it is what ever it takes to get under control as soon as possible,
Unlike the bone remodeling that is constantly going on, where you can heal a bone in as little as 6-8 weeks, it takes 300-500 day's for a healthy adult to make healthy collagen, (Collagen type 1 is stronger than steel ) by age 30 we start loosing the ability to produce healthy collagen by 1-2% per year, by 50 years old we have only 50% of our ability to make the healthy collagen we could at age 30, so the "Sooner is better than later is no joke " Dan
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