Press Release May 23, 2016
Pathologist Alan MacDonald has done it again.
He found three strains of borrelia living in parasitic nematode worms, worm eggs, or larvae in the brain tissue of 19 autopsies.
MacDonald states that both worms and borrelia can cause devastating brain damage and that
“while patients are wrongly declared free of Lyme and other tick-borne infections, in reality, too often they contract serious neurodegenerative diseases which can kill them.”
MacDonald made his discovery from 10 specimens from the Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Center Tissue Bank. All 10 showed evidence of borrelia infected nematodes. Five patients who died of Glioblastoma multiforme, a malignant brain tumor, and four patients who died of Lewy Body dementia also showed infected nematodes.
MacDonald used FISH, Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization, which uses molecular beacon DNA probes to identify pieces of borrelia’s genetic material which fluoresce under the microscope with a 100% DNA match.
In other words, this is no mistake.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZnY871HZhM&feature=youtu.be YouTube of MacDonald explaining the results
Lyme discoverer, Willy Burgdorfer, wrote of finding nematodes in tick guts way back in 1984 and in 2014 University of New Haven researcher, Eva Sapi, found 22% of nymphs and 30% of adult Ixodes ticks carried nematodes.
So where’s the CDC? I’ll give you a hint: it has something to do with Zika. https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2016/03/08/fixation-on-zikapolio/
http://www.omicsonline.com/open-access/alzheimers-disease-a-novel-hypothesis-integrating-spirochetes-biofilm-and-the-immune-system-2314-7326-1000200.pdf An excellent read on how autopsies of brains with Alzheimer’s show biofilms created by spirochetes that are present in the characteristic brain plaques of AD.