A Revolutionary Idea: Bacteria Causes Neurodegenerative Conditions
Multiple physicians and researchers have seen consistent evidence that bacteria may very likely be a cause of many neurological diseases and conditions, including ALS, MS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, fibromyalgia, CFS, CTE, possibly autism and others.
The Physicians Behind The Idea
Dr. Alfred Miller (Harvard Medical School graduate and a Mayo Clinic trained) has found positive tests for borrelia in neurodegenerative diseases. Dr. David Martz, an internist and infectious disease specialist, noted the presence of borrelia infections in Parkinson’s Disease. Dr. Alan McDonald has found evidence that borrelia infections cause Alzheimer's and Multiple Sclerosis. Dr. Tedone noted the presence of bacterial infection in Deanna Tedone (ALS patient).
Also, many others who are on Winning the Fight's Deanna Protocol Plan have tested positive for borrelia infections. Additionally, autopsies of Alzheimer's patients show that an overwhelming majority of patients have bacterial infections in their brains.
Have you read research claiming that there is no link between bacteria and neurological diseases? Then you'd be interested in this:
Research disproving the link between bacteria and neurological conditions like ALS is faulty. For example, in ALS, researchers used the wrong set of substances to test the link between bacteria and ALS and (unintentionally) set the study up for failure.