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Postby befour » Sun Dec 11, 2005 6:25 pm

Dear TamTam-

Thank you so much for your reply and your wisdom. I will most definitely try all of your suggestions. However, I have run into the brick wall again (my GP). I went to my dr. to get an antibiotic - I have a large lesion on my forehead and have a URI, a lot of congestion. I had to see a new PA (dr. was not there).

Once again, I had to start from the beginning, she said that she had never heard of the disease.
It was a surreal experience - she did not want to treat me - just kept saying, "I will talk to the dr. on Monday and we will decide what to prescribe". She kept looking at me as though I was a mental case and she couldn't wait to run out of the room. I persisted and told her I had to have an antibiotic - I suggested the ones that I have read about - Bactrim. Suprax and Cipro - told her that patients with this disease have had good results using them.

Got no response from her until I showed her the two antibiotics that you had suggested in one of your previous posts. I had written them down so that I could remember them.

She looked at the two names and then she jumped up from her chair - she said "THIS FIRST ONE IS ONE OF THE STRONGEST ANTIBIOTICS THERE IS - AND WE ONLY GIVE IT IN THE HOSPITAL THRU AN IV!" She did not know what the other one was and said she would have to research it.

I let her calm down and then told her "now you have an idea what we are dealing with." She left the room to write me a prescription - and Are you ready for this - SHE GAVE ME BIAXIN, How did she come up with that?

I cannot deal with this humiliation any more and I have got to find someone who will treat me with Dr. Schwartz's procedure. I sincerely appreciate all of your help with giving me the information I need to BEGIN TO fight this disease.

Best regards,
B



Dr. Schwartz -

If you are reading these posts - would it be possible for you to refer me to someone in my area? I would greatly appreciate any help that you could give me. If you would prefer to contact me via e-mail (allanwh@gvtc.com). Thank you for giving us hope.
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Postby London » Mon Dec 12, 2005 4:40 pm

TamTam , I posted to you last week about P. Wickerhamii. I believe it was on page 19 of this forum. I am curious if you ever read up on it? Reason being is simply that one of the articles that you referenced for me to read states this:

“To date there are three recognized Prototheca species: P. stagnora, P. zopfii, and P. wickerhamii. Only P. zopfii and P. wickerhamii are known to cause disease in animals and humans. Both species appear morphologically similar to one another
and can be differentiated based on sugar and alcohol assimilation or fluorescent antibody tests. In humans, both cutaneous and disseminated protothecosis has been reported. P. wickerhamii is most commonly associated with cutaneous lesions and P. stagnora usually results in disseminated disease in humans.”



And by the way, please comment on this statement below:

“The site of primary T cell activation is a determinant of the balance between intrahepatic tolerance and immunity.”

And one last thing that I see is very important:

ENV-GLYCOPROTEIN VACCINE FOR PROTECTION OF HTLV-I AND-II INFECTION

I believe this vaccination is the novelty you refer to? Please comment.
I do not believe this is available due to “patent” holdups, which is unfortunate.

Tam Tam, the thing that was so hard for me to work with when you instructed me to deduct, was the part where you said it is systematic.. Here, I wanted to say: Staph A. Infection and or Candida. Well, this has been difficult. I will not forget United Nations-
Agenda 21. This is going back to my original theory of WHY? MY ANSWER TO SELF WAS : TO END WORLD HUNGER. How to accomplish this? Simply thru the
Rice plant. What’s wrong with that? Well it carries quite a few fungal diseases.
One in particular is Pseudomas syringae. This one is facilitated by guess what? By
Biofilm Formation and Surfactin Production. This is where we begin to discuss the Rhizopus, right? I know it gets into the roots of the plants. Especially the legume plants. Maybe that is why you hinted around with a certain comment before. Did you know that the root not Nematodes are induced from radiation? See what the DOE has a patent on titled:

RADIATION-INDUCED RESISTANCE TO ROOT-KNOT NEMATODES IN KOREAN LESPEDEZA. Here's more too:

Infection with parasitic nematodes is characterized by the induction of a profound type 2 immune response.
Tam Tam , I believe I am the only person that has stated that they indeed have C. Elegans. I have found no one that talks about it.
I believe that somehow C. elegans will play a role in this. Hopefully, in a positive way. I read an interesting paper about two months ago written by a Mr. Man, I believe that was titiled something like:
Killing of Caenorhabditis by P. aeruginosa used to model mammalian bacterial pathogenesis. Maybe this will work for me??!!



and......What about that Bovine pleuropneumonia? I think is
to be looked at.




Nevertheless, I’d appreciate your feedback on the above two
Areas.

Again, Thank you for taking risk.
Sincerely,

London
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Postby tamtam » Mon Dec 12, 2005 8:45 pm

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Postby London » Mon Dec 12, 2005 11:51 pm

Tam Tam,

Qi gong.

Entity/Object
Physical Object/ living thing
Animate thing/ organism
Being/ microorganis
m/ virus
Animal virus

*****also wonder if squid is part of cat**********************

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try this if possible

Postby trythisifpossible » Tue Dec 13, 2005 2:43 am

clindamycin :!:
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Postby London » Tue Dec 13, 2005 3:43 am

with: pyrimethamine

Parasite genome similarities offer hope for new drugs and vaccines This may be true, but for the boys who work in advertising/nanotechnology, the computer science field and the science field, well a few of them think this is damn funny. You know who you are . Funny thing, I believe I might have seen you before. Think overseas. You go on lot's of trips. I believe I had the pleasure of bumping into you within two week sin 2 seperate countries. One being Mexico, the other Switzerland. Ring a Bell?


Also I believe that the steps in Tam Tam's: steps, steps, steps is simply Mathematical- Calculus to be exact.


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Postby London » Tue Dec 13, 2005 4:29 am

Among the range of ideas emerging in this field is the theory of a Russian researcher who recently hypothesized that "torsion fields" exist and that they can be propagated through space at no less than 109 times the speed of light in vacuum; that they convey information without transmitting energy; and that they are not required to obey the superposition principle.
There are other extraordinary claims and observations recorded in the literature. For example, one report claimed that accomplished meditators were able to imprint their intentions on electrical devices (IIED), which when placed in a room for 3 months, would elicit these intentions, such as changes in pH and temperature, in the room even when the IIED was removed from the room. Another claim is that water will crystallize into different forms and appearances under the influence of written intentions or types of music.

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Postby London » Tue Dec 13, 2005 6:02 am

The desire-to be at the cutting edge can be seen in its initiatives that are aimed at watching over its future, with its Strategic Plan for Quality; with the Forward Planning Office; specialization and job placement, with the University-Enterprise Foundation; and innovation. " we cannot guarantee to control the future changes, but the changes, when they do happen, will not take it by surprise."

Hey Tam Tam: The Hitchhiking Principle: Optimizing episomal
vectors for the use in gene therapy and
biotechnology

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Dec 13, 2005 5:35 pm

Tam Tam,

properties of carbon 60 mean anything in this?

How about physical, chemical, biological application through nanotechnology?

Nano will control matter?

Nano as catalyst?

They have to cross paths at some time don't they for matter to be controlled?

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Dec 13, 2005 6:02 pm

Tam Tam,

"Properdin deficiency states are X-linked, while other genetic defects within the complement system appear to be transmitted as autosomal recessive traits. Chromosome 1 contains the genes for C1q, C8, C4bp, factor H, Cr1, Cr2, and DAF, and chromosome 12 contains the genes for C1r and C1s. the gene for C3 has been localised to chromosome 19, factor I to chromosome 4, and C1(IA) to chromosome 11. Four complement proteins, the C4A isotype, the C4B isotype, C2 and factor B, are encoded by genes within the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) on chromosome 6 (307)." excerpt from

http://www-micro.msb.le.ac.uk/MBChB/Mer ... ncies.html

Now, would this explain why some of us may be getting this and others don"t. I just do not understand why some are susceptible to this and others are completely free of this.

Thank you for your input. You have been most kind to give us your thoughts.

Sincerely,

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Postby MorgyNow » Wed Dec 14, 2005 3:10 am

Not being taken seriously, :evil: probably
since it was brought back from Iraq
and the government doesn't want to admit it. Avian flu?? Hmmmm. I used to not sound so paranoid, but now I wonder.

Sand fleas, whatever, I am suffering like the rest of you.
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Gene model 4 C elegans contains similarity to Bb

Postby J Jill » Wed Dec 14, 2005 11:29 am

Great info, Skytroll. Hopefully TamTam will address your posts?

Morgy, I understand how you feel.

It's complicated, new_guy- but real I can assure you. Feel free to jump in? Investigate?

Hopefully, someone on this board will take interest?
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