Why some people with Lyme disease fail to recover after antibiotic treatment is a question that touches not only on them but on other commonly post-infectious illnesses like ME/CFS, FM and POTS.


A study may have identified why some people with Lyme disease stay ill after being treated

Further work is needed but an answer could be at hand. Not only did a recent study identify an immune hole which may be allowing the Lyme bacteria to proliferate during treatment, but it pointed to a new treatment option that no one had been considered before Plus it may have also laid the groundwork for a better diagnostic test.

The fact that all of this came from a small non-profit indicates that you don’t need to be big to potentially make a major difference in a nasty disease. Find out about all that and a similar study underway in ME/CFS in a Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog

Post Treatment Lyme Disease Unmasked? Immune Hole in the Illness Identified

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Health Rising's BIG (little) End of the Year Donation Drive

health rising donationsHealth Rising brings you the latest research and treatment findings on chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and fibromyalgia (FM). Funded almost entirely by donors, Health Rising makes a big impact on a small budget.  Its 1,600 blogs, pages and resources were visited by over 600,000 people last year. Please keep the information flowing with your recurring (as low as $5/month) or one-time donation. Find out more here.
Health Rising's BIG (Little) Fundraising Drive is On!Find out more here

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This