WHY YOU RELAPSED AFTER LYME DISEASE TREATMENT–CASE 1 (THOUGHTS BY THE UNRIVELED PROLIFIC WORLD AUTHOR ON LYME, BABESIA AND BARTONELLA).

Blisters with various pills and capsules on a white background with copy space. Medicine, pharmaceuticals, treatment and prevention of diseases.
  1. No drug is used for cysts of walnut-type forms, so EXPECT RELAPSE.
  2. No drug was used for still hibernating persisters, which laugh at most antibiotics. Expect Relapse.
  3. Zero biofilm treatment. My #1 Biofilm book is free on the website and cost me 90,000 to self-fund, like all research in the past 33 years. Why be a "biofilm" treater and not read?
  4. Four to 7 weeks of Rifampin are worthless for Bartonella, Lyme, and Tick-Borner Relapsing Fever. EXPECT A RELAPSE IF YOU TRUST THIS DURATION.

------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subpopulation of transiently antibiotic-tolerant bacterial cells
Persisters are a subpopulation of transiently antibiotic-tolerant bacterial cells that are often slow-growing or growth-arrested and can resume growth after lethal stress.
Author: Robert A. Fisher, Bridget Gollan, Sophie Helaine
Publish Year: 2017
Persistent bacterial infections and persister cells - PubMed
pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28529326/
pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28529326/

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