If it looks like syphilis…

If it looks like syphilis, and acts like syphilis, it must be Lyme disease.

In this episode, we look at the new research which demonstrates Lyme disease in a Morgellons patient, and question if molecular testing for syphilis wouldn’t also be appropriate. 

Morgellons Petition to the CDC

Ofshane – Road Tripzzz

Study Cements Link Between Protean Morgellons Lesions and Lyme Disease.

New Morgellons Research

History of Morgellons disease: from delusion to definition

Clinical evaluation of Morgellons disease in a cohort of North American patients

Dermatological and Genital Manifestations of Lyme Disease Including Morgellons Disease

An Update on the Global Epidemiology of Syphilis

How Syphilis Came Roaring Back

New CDC statistics: nearly half a million people diagnosed with Lyme disease annually

False positive lyme serology due to syphilis: Report of 6 cases and review of the literature

Cross-reactivity between Lyme and syphilis screening assays: Lyme disease does not cause false-positive syphilis screens

Treponema denticola infection is not a cause of false positive Treponema pallidum serology

Rapid Plasma Reagin Breanna Lum; Shane R. Sergent.

Removal of bovine digital dermatitis-associated treponemes from hoof knives after foot-trimming: a disinfection field study

Fluorescence in situ hybridization for the identification of Treponema pallidum in tissue sections

Morgellons Fireside By Justice

JHR Insomnia by Jeremy T Murphree

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