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Pathology Lecture Lyme disease in Human Brains

Tue, May 21, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

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Tuesday May 21st, 6 PM Superior Library all are welcome FREE! This is a lecture on human brain research looking for the Lyme bacteria in Alzheimer’s brains. Several local cases will be discussed. (This is not a Lyme prevention lecture.) The family of bacteria that causes Lyme disease has been known for 100+ years to enter the human brain. Yet no tax dollars have ever been spent to study the effects of Lyme disease in the human brain. We have images of both Borrelia miyamotoi and Borrelia burgdorferi forming biofilms inside amyloid plaques in Alzheimer’s brains.

Please bring your friends for coffee and cookies and a medical discussion on cutting edge research. Lyme disease is not the easily diagnosed and easily treated disease that we have been told about, it is found inside human cells including neurons, and behind the blood brain barrier where blood tests cannot detect it, and the new species of Borrelia are not detected by any tests. For more photos email me at Not recommended for young kids to attend. Nothing is being sold or promoted accept new research. Tom Grier



If you are able to attend this lecture, I highly recommend it.  Tom has done amazing work and has uncovered many important aspects of this disease(s) that mainstream medicine is frankly ignoring.

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