Saturday, September 19, 2015

Pathologist Alan MacDonald's latest Alzheimer's discovery

Dr Alan MacDonald details and explains his cumulative data of staining 100 consecutive Alzheimer Plaques with species specific fluorescent  FISH stains. It becomes clear that early on we limited our thinking to just one species Borrelia burgdorferi, but Alan's work shows that Borrelia miyamotoi is a big player in neurological disease and associated with Alzheimer plaques. How many more species are waiting for us? 

"This work is so fundamental and elegant that, to me, it is like seeing the DNA Helix for the first time."  

00000 00000 Living Plaques in Alzheimer's Disease -contain Living Borrelia Biofilm .pdf

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