Erlichiosis Connected to Cancer Cases?

From: Chronic Lyme Disease and Ehrlichiosis – A Stealthy Infection with a Possible Cancer Connection “Ehrlichiosis is one of four bacteria known to survive and propagate within human neutrophils and their bone marrow progenitors. This tick-transmitted rickettsial pathogen, anaplasma phagocytophilum, is a causative agent of human granulocytic anaplasmosis and is found in the direct family…

The Debate about how Lyme Disease is Transmitted?

Transmission of Lyme Disease How long does a Tick have to be Attached to Transmit Lyme Disease? The CDC Says: “In most cases, the tick must be attached for 36 to 48 hours or more before the Lyme disease bacterium can be transmitted.” http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/transmission/index.html But this is simply Not true: Transmission can happen quicker. Lyme borreliosis:…

In the News: R.I. Blood Center to lay off 37 workers because of cost of Tick Borne Screening

  From the article: R.I. Blood Center to lay off 37 workers “The Rhode Island Blood Center is laying off 37 employees this week and eliminating small-scale blood drives in budget-saving moves spurred by new costs to begin screening for an emerging tick-borne disease. With Rhode Island identified as being among nine states with high…

Are Tick Borne Infections Passed Congenitally?

Babesia Probable congenital babesiosis in infant, new jersey, USA. Vertical Transmission of Babesia microti, United States [Molecular diagnostic of congenital babesiosis in neonates foals from State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil]. Molecular_diagnostic_of_congenital_babesiosis_in_neonates_foals_from_State_of_Rio_de_Janeiro Brazil Bartonella Here is a collection of links relevant to Bartonella being passed to a child congenitally. Research shows Bartonella can be transferred…