Biofilm Drug Could Be Effective Against Lyme Disease

Cort

Founder of Health Rising and Phoenix Rising
Staff member
A Utah company believes it has a more effective drug for Lyme disease and other bacterial infections. The antibiotic called CZ-99 - first attacks the biofilm layer surrounding the bacteria and then goes after the bacteria itself. An initial study found it was 60% more effective than other antibiotics at treating Lyme.

The FDA has named the study of biofilm technology one of it's top priorities and has agreed to fast-track the marketability of companies that can safely prove the technology in clinical trial.
They hope to have the drug approved in three-four years.

Find out more here - http://kutv.com/news/local/utah-drug-research-company-curza-takes-aim-at-lyme-disease
 

Issie

Well-Known Member
Lumberkinanse or Serrapeptase and some Essential Oils called BFB1 and/or BFB2 are working great for me.

Issie
 

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