Chronic Lyme borreliosis at the root of multiple sclerosis
This comes from a theoretical journal of medicine.
I don't know what the author means by "birth excesses", but apparently, the distribution of Multiple Sclerosis exactly correlates both temporally and geographically with the distribution of this Borrelia transmitting tick.Worldwide, MS prevalence parallels the distribution of the Lyme disease pathogen Borrelia (B.) burgdorferi, and in America and Europe, the birth excesses of those individuals who later in life develop MS exactly mirror the seasonal distributions of Borrelia transmitting Ixodes ticks. In addition to known acute infections, no other disease exhibits equally marked epidemiological clusters by season and locality, nurturing the hope that prevention might ultimately be attainable.
From a more sensational website:
Multiple sclerosis is Lyme disease: Anatomy of a cover-upSeveral older but also recent autopsy findings linked to in this article found that all deceased MS patients’ brains harbored living Lyme spirochetes. Even when tests, notorious for their large percentage of false negatives were used on living MS patients, staggeringly many tested positive for active Lyme borreliosis.
This is a very simple theory/claim to test. Put MS patients on minocycline (an antibiotic) and see if they get better. I'm agnostic at this point since I haven't taken the time to verify that lyme spirochaetes are found in autopsies of MS patients. If that is indeed the case, then MS is very curable.