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Treatment of FL1953 (Protomyxzoa Rheumatica)

In our review of patients from the last eight years, we feel we have possibly cleared this infection up until April 2007. We also feel some indirect testing and improved function was supportive of the killing of this organism in the past, since we knew of a new unique protozoan years ago. In another article we will discuss treatments in a basic manner since we are publishing a large biofilm solutions books soon .

This superior blue stain was not available until recent years. However this patient has been using some of the best and most researched biofilm options for years. We propose that since persistent bacteria are usually in biofilms, one possible reason is this biofilm looks less dramatic and dense, is because he aggressively used biofilm destroying options still in use before during this test.

Note in contrast to my introduction post [FL1953 Protomyxzoa Rheumatica: An Introduction] posted July 5 2013, this human blood sample is low in size and volume, with mere stringy parts and the rings are at best coated like onion rings. We do not see blobs 300x larger than a small red blood cell. He has been on malaria medications. Specifically the select ones shown by indirect tests kill Babesia. As a reminder: plugging in malaria medications and their dose and duration for FL1953 or Babesia is flawed medicine. We believe effective malaria medications or Babesia treatments do not fit FL1953 treatment.

And a simplistic approach to Babesia dosing is also assumed to be best for FL1953—Mepron 750 mg twice a day with azithromycin [Zithromax] 500 mg per day]is not optimal care, it is simple mill medicine in which no one is unique and we are all clones. It will not cure this infection FL1953 or Protomyxzoa Rheumatica.

Briefly, this type of smear stopped showing Protozoa like Babesia in April of 2007. An occasional positive was an artifact. While I agree some were artifacts, most were not, and I felt this was still a fantastic tool, if the fairly clear artifacts were ignored, I felt it would be very useful. However, Dr. S. Fry decided not to have any chance at a false positive. Before April 2007, we feel the highly researched options in use were already removing biofilms of FL1953, even though this vivid blue biofilm focused slide was not present at the time. Other slide samples such as the non-blue slide above mentioned in the introduction link were showing it. [see FL1953 Protomyxzoa Rheumatica: An Introduction] posted July 5, 2013 under What's New at www.personalconsult.com.

Briefly, this type of smear stopped showing Protozoa like Babesia in April of 2007. An occasional positive was an artifact. While I agree some were artifacts, most were not, and I felt this was still a fantastic tool, if the fairly clear artifacts were ignored. However, it was decided not to have any chance at a false positive. I support the decision of the smart lab director (S. Fry , MS, MD). Before this month of April 2007, we feel the highly researched options in use were already removing biofilms of FL1953, even though this biofilm focused slide was not pointing it out in the past. Other slide samples such as non-blue slides mentioned in introduction link were showing it. [see FL1953 Protomyxzoa Rheumatica: An Introduction]

The image above has a biofilm going vertical that is larger than any routine blood vessel cell. The darkest cells in these slides are tiny red blood cells.


This enlarged portion of the image to your right shows the need to have diverse things around a biofilm to kill any loose FL1953, to shrink any loose moving biofilm which I believe can cause organ damage or death from a clot, and to kill other organisms living in the sticky film that are not FL1953.

Obviously this is a busy slide due to white symbol inserts. The image shows the concern over seeding. Simply, seeding is one expression accepted to describe a biofilm which releases infectious particles or biofilm. Some feel if you do not have biofilm dissolving agents and treatments in place you will get worse. So the healer should ponder how to kill loose infections attached to biofilm or infections released intentionally to speed sickness.

So what are these numerous and excess symbols meant to say? If you attack this type of biofilm, you need agents ready to dissolve the biofilm and kill the infections inside the biofilm. Some FL1953 infections make a safe home for other infections due to an effective film barrier. So doctors are advised to have agents ready when biofilm breaks up. I know no one who can clearly show their treatment destroys this infection and huge complex biofilm.

My appeal is do not assume one biofilm killing agent hits all biofilm parts and infections—this assumption may be a serious error.

The normal routine state of chronic infections in a human body is not single bacteria floating alone, but in a community, talking to each other chemically and with a biofilm or similar type of protection.

The great news is thousands of researchers and top clinicians all over humanity understand biofilm protected bacteria is the norm, and are looking at ways to destroy them. Huge options will be presented in my pending large biofilms solutions book being finished, that has one primary top goal—share current published biofilm solutions and pending solutions.

I hope you and your healer or healers have access to more useful information in the coming year that offer solutions and not chronic trouble. Currently no book exists that I know which offers the options needed in modern medicine and healing to kill many diverse biofilm protected infections.

Warm Regards

Dr. J

James Schaller, MD, MAR

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