Lyme causing chronic brain disease. It’s not failure of antibiotic. Coinfections are responsible. The need for a protocol that targets all aspects of numerous parasitic diseases should be a first line of defense. Treat the cause!
Here’s a perfect example of antibiotic failure with lyme disease , coinfections are responsible not the antibiotics.
Lyme Bacteria Hides Inside Parasitic Worms, Causing Chronic Brain Diseases
What does it mean when 2 billion people share their brain with a parasite?
Immune-pineal axis – acute inflammatory responses coordinate melatonin synthesis by pinealocytes and phagocytes
Moxidectin induces Cytostatic Autophagic Cell Death of Glioma Cells through inhibiting the AKT/mTOR Signalling Pathway
Abstract 3895: Moxidectin unravels the role of Hippo-YAP pathway in maintaining immunity of pediatric glioblastoma
Good question @FloridaSharkman & @ssg_q: If an infected person has cysts, eggs, or adult parasites in brain tissue (toxoplasmosis for example), what becomes of that organic matter following treatment with appropriate meds? I’ve seen example scans of brain cysts. Are the cysts still visible after treatment?
Infection with the brain parasite Toxoplasma gondii may increase the likelihood for certain brain disorders, including Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, a systematic analysis suggests. Toxoplasma Brain Parasite Modulates Parkinson’s Signaling Pathways.
Sore balls? There could be a tapeworm in your brain.
Brain parasites, California’s hidden health problem.