Lyme Neuroborreliosis in a Patient with Breast Cancer: MRI and PET/CT Findings
This case highlights the difficulty of the diagnosis of Lyme neuroborreliosis and discusses the relevant imaging findings. View Full-Text
There are numerous important findings within this article but two that glare out like a torch is the fact this patient became PAIN FREE after 10 days of cedtriazone and PARALYSIS regressed within a month due to treatment.
This, my friends, is why TREATMENT IS CRUCIAL for Lyme patients. It can take a patient who has given up all hope due to excruciating pain and unbelievable symptoms and give them hope again. This, right here, is why we need to keep pressing in until the medical community understands and values treatment for patients beyond 21 days of doxycycline.
The question for this patient of course is whether or not the pain and paralysis remain gone or if they suffer a relapse of symptoms, which is very common in patients. To suffer a relapse logically points to the need for further treatment, something the CDC and mainstream medicine is in denial over. These studies are not long enough to uncover the relapse issue but relapses are happening all over the world in thousands of patients – most of which suffer due to the inability to get further treatment due to the polarization over the persistent/chronic nature of this illness.
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