Conclusion from Persistence of Non-Cultivable Borrelia burgdorferi Following Antibiotic Treatment: Critical Need for Further Research

“Persisting viable but non-cultivable B. burgdorferi is now a convincing phenomenon based upon a number of animal-based (mouse, dog and primate) studies using a number of different antibiotics, and the significance of continued infection indeed needs to be better understood. It is time to recognize that Lyme disease is not a simple bacterial infection.” ~ Conclusion from Persistence of Non-Cultivable Borrelia burgdorferi Following Antibiotic Treatment: Critical Need for Further Research

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