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I decided not to blog with text when instead I can reach my readership with video blogging—much more exciting! The field of Lyme Disease research and alternative treatment is constantly evolving. I hope this blog helps you gain insight into this elusive and widespread infection. Thanks for visiting! To learn more about my research, please check out my two best-selling Lyme Disease books:

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#3456 - 05/10/08 04:25 AM STILL confused about the Marshall Protocol? New Video
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May 10, 2008

Over the past few months, I have created one video which overviews the Marshall Protocol and one video which provides practical instructionsfor using the protocol . Hopefully you have found these videos to be helpful.

Today I am going to share a video put together by Amy Proal, author of the Bacteriality Blog . Her video is very, very comprehensive and goes into detail on all aspects of the Marshall Protocol. I highly recommend watching it (below). Comprehensive at 89 minutes, this video is a must-see for anyone considering the Marshall Protocol.

One of the most fascinating aspects of her video, in my opinion, is that she talks about a topic which I have always known to be true: that cephalosporin antibiotics (also known as beta lactims) actually PROMOTE formation of dangerous l-form bacteria, meaning that using antibiotics such as penicillin, amoxicillin, or rocephin, can lead to a worsening of chronic disease. This is a must-watch video!

An Overview of the Marshall Protocol from Amy Proal on Vimeo.

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#3567 - 06/03/08 02:04 AM Re: STILL confused about the Marshall Protocol? New Video [Re: BryanRosner]
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I am a little confused with the beta-lactim opinion. The science is good, but what about in practice. I am aware of a number of acutely ill neuroborreliosis patients who have recovered on Rocephin, not completely, but 75 to 85 percent. How can this happen?
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