Denna varelse skulle kunna förklara mycket, den skulle kunna utgöra en med fästingsinfektionerna samverkande organism som orsakar kronisk trötthet och bildar biofilm.
Det förklarar också varför borrelia m.m. ofta leder vidare till svåra följdsjukdomar som MS, ALS, Parkisnon. Kanske detta är den verkligt stora boven bakom det hela?
Mikroskop (vid användande av särskilda metoder) och PCR-test påvisar förekomsten. Känner svenska labb till det?
”One concern is that clinicians who do not study full-time, but see patients full-time, have no time to find new medical information themselves. If 1/1000 physicians knew about this infection, I would be very surprised. So 99.9% of smart physicians have no idea this exists, do not realize the CDC said it was not malaria or Babesia, but an unknown protozoan. They also do not know it has been DNA sequenced and proven a very unique protozoan that makes massive biofilm material. So let’s imagine someone has a biofilm related infection, since most bacteria are in colonies, not floating as orphans. Can you imagine the failure of treatment if their infection or infections lived within this blob? Or this blob maker was one of their infections with a couple others.”
”So I feel that, you know, there is this spectrum of disease, starting with fatigue, that leads to fatigue, joint pain, muscle pain, brain fog, myalgic encephalitis. Then these people go on to develop a really true, full blown arthritis, or lupus, or, ALS [amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – Lou Gehrig’s disease], Parkinson’s, that sort of thing.”
”Now if you throw in this concept that these patients might have gross obstructive disease with a biofilm-forming protozoan, then it’s sort of…kind of brings all this thought together. So really in these patients they have — for instance, in the CSF of fibro patients, they have brain fog — I think that’s due primarily to sluggish flow either through some obstructive process due to these vegetations that I’m talking about, or even just the viscosity issue with a larger microorganism forming biofilm communities in the circulatory system.”