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    Dr. Lerner's Testing Protocol

    From the Website: After nearly 20 years in academia, Dr. Lerner began an Internal Medicine and Infectious diseases practice in 1982. His background was Infectious Diseases, particularly viral diseases, and he was aware of virus induced heart disease, having studied this in his university...
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    Is Alzheimer's Disease Caused by Infection? (And Why It Could Matter for ME/CFS and FM)

    A Post Infectious Illness? The evidence presented here for the presence of HSV1 in the elderly human brain, for its reactivation there, its interference with cellular processes and its harmful effects on cognition,is very strong. Itzhaki Some time ago we looked at post-infectious illnesses...
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    Are Alzheimer's (and other Neuroimmune Diseases) Caused by Infection?

    The hypothesis suggests that even a mild infection could result in Alzheimer's. The scenario goes like this: some pathogen (a virus, bacteria or fungi) sneaks into the brain through leaky blood-brain barrier. The immune cells in the brain surround the pathogen and block it by building a protein...
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    Highly Touted Anti-Herpesvirus Drug Tanks (or Why Doctors Should Follow Trial Protocols)

    Hopes (and Stock Valuations) Tumble As New Herpesvirus Drug Tanks Brincidofovir, better known to many in the chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) community as CMX001 tanked in its large Phase III trial. To say such a result was unexpected would be understating things. A lipid forumulated version...

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