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Hi All

Came Across this kindle e-book on Amazon looking for another book based on the Paddison Program.

See here : https://www.amazon.com/Ankylosing-Spondy...pondylitis+cure


The book is available for free download using the Kindle PC software OR Android Version.

You have to create a free account with Amazon first.

The book intro " INTRODUCTION :
Thanks to an antibiotic, I am cured of ankylosing spondylitis. I feel it my duty to convey my experience to all sufferers of this extremely painful and debilitating disease.
In this book, I will also disclose my personal medical record (Rheumatology, radiology, MRI, medical biology laboratory) stating that I had ankylosing spondylitis and that I recovered.
My annual radiography checks show that the disease has once and for all stopped its destructive inflammation of the joints. For years I have had no pain and I have regained full mobility.
My rheumatologist wanted to prescribe me an anti-TNF alpha when my fiancée’s gynaecologist found sexually transmitted bacterium in her smear. We then both took antibiotics and thus my healing began.
This bacterium was therefore responsible for my ankylosing spondylitis.
Now, my greatest wish is that as many people as possible affected by ankylosing spondylitis can also be cured after reading this book chronicling my journey.
It worked for me so I hope with all my heart that it will work for you. I was fortunate enough to find the cure for this disease and now it is my responsibility to share it with you."


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Wouldn't mind trying that antibiotic!

Wish it was that easy...


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Originally Posted By L33


Thanks to an antibiotic, I am cured of ankylosing spondylitis.



So who is going to inform all the rheumatologists about this then? If I Email the first million you can let the rest know.

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Some people suspect that AS symptoms and its disease processes have many causes. What triggers AS symptoms in one person won't cause a problem in another. The environmental trigger for those that develop the disease when under the age of 25 maybe more common than the trigger that causes disease to develop when someone is over the age of 45; all other things being equal.

The person in the book had a lucky accident to stumble on an antibiotic that hit the right microbe. It isn't necessarily going to be the same in you or me. If you take an antibiotic that doesn't hit the right microbe then symptoms may worsen since you may have killed your allies.

I feel that AS patients need an infectious disease specialist more than a rheumatologist.

Many doctors have the cop-out attitude "没办法/nothing can be done" even when the patient knows more about their own uniqueness and history. Most doctors like an easy job. My (somewhat biased) impression is that very few doctors got into the job because they were attracted to complicated puzzles, instead they were more attracted to the ego-rubbing, status and money. Those are my feelings based on impressions from meeting many and even going to school with some. The ones that prefer research are a different breed. A doctor that is passionate about their job is very rare! Usually a personal interest -- sick uncle, child, parent,.. -- drives their passion.

I was in class with some that dropped out because they could not cut the hard but (luckily for them) optional subjects. They were grade shoppers and found easier ways to get a high grade in order to get accepted to medical school. A recent analysis shows that more than half of the doctors in USA never took a microbiology course!!! Those "doctors" in training that I met were not the smartest in school!! Not with my life would I trust those grade shoppers or ones that did not take a microbiology course.

Doctor's attitudes and beliefs will change regarding the causes of many chronic diseases so long as there is independent research that is not guided by "in vogue" group think dictated by money -- Mayo Clinic gets too much research funding from the US government and will just toe the line of the CDC. However most doctors bow to the authorities for the ease of it and self-protection. History shows that the authorities (CDC/FDA/..) have given very bad advice -- "eat low fat, carb up, etc!" If doctors don't follow guidelines brainlessly they can loose their license. Poor Galileo and Gordiano Burno! They didn't toe the company line.

I have tried to encourage my best students to develop careers in personalized medicine by combining math, sciences, AI, big data, etc. However almost all choose careers in finance because of the ROI. Medicine does not attract the most talented, it attracts the most ...... (I wont say.)

AS and much of rheumatology might eventually fall into the domain of chronic infectious diaereses like Lyme disease.

What I'm saying in all this is that, in an exaggerated sense, Wall Street is attracting the brains and tenacity that is needed in medicine and science in general -- financial incentive.


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2013.08:Scratched by a sick cat
2013.09:Strange sore throat then meningitis
2014:Chronic inflammation at the base of the skull
2014 to early 2015:excess NSAID use developed complete axial inflammation, included psoriasis
NSD helped well and but was not perfect
2018.07: weak +'ve tests for borrelia, babesia, bartonella and mycoplasma pneumonia using Armin Lab, ANA=equivocal
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Good read Robin.
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Hi All

I am going to try the Antibiotic protocol as described in the book.

Please let me know if you are going to do the same ,if so let us know the result.


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Hi,

I do not know about the details of antibiotic protocol mentioned in the book.

If the protocol is extended one i.e., more than the normally prescribed duration, I advice better keep a doctor in loop.

Jay

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@ Robin_H

I agree with you completely....

I know taking Antibiotics is dangerous because every time one takes Antibiotics it upsets the microbiome and can make things worse.

The reason is I am so desperate at the moment since I can hardly walk. I am using a walking stick at the moment for a year now and I am only 34.

I was on Revelex infleximab for a while and it was not helping.

I live in South Africa and the heath system does not want to fund another biologic.

My CRP is for the past 5 years is in the high 40 mg/l on average.

The reason I believe in the book is because I have a recurring rash on my groin. Which I just took as brief rash and nothing serious.

My father also suffers with his back but no where as serious as me, and he also has a Rash since he told me.

The STD as described in the book can be spread via touch and kissing and to anyone for that matter.

I am at the stage where I need a solution.




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Understood. This might be a situation that a doctor would not help with anyway. They might want nothing to do with you but as Jay said perhaps you should try to get guidance.

BTW: My AS symptoms are their worst in my skull and neck. Sinuses too. I got desperate about six weeks ago and saw an ENT doctor. I showed him CT scans from 2013 and 2016. He could see fluid and inflammation. He felt that there was no need for more radiation. He prescribed eight days of amoxicillin clavulanate. I had never been treated for the sinuses since 2011 using antibiotics. They never really worked. I hesitated to take it for about ten days and then I finally gave in. After six days of taking them I had to stop. I got sicker and don't know if it was a wonderful Herx or just more dysbisos.

Well... since then my gut is in ruins, it hurts, and my AS symptoms have gotten worse. I regret the gamble.

I also was perplexed as to why the ENT doctor did not prescribe a biofilm disruptor when appropriate! For an acute infection none is likely needed. But if the symptoms and signs are chronic then it is very safe to assume that a biofilm is involved if the cause is a microorganism. Lastly, why don't the doctors also prescribe a diet or probiotic for after the the antibiotic round!?!!! When are the treatment protocols going to catch up with the research??

Some doctors are experimenting. I suspect that there are only about 300 in USA that do it. All others just stick to their books -- no creativity, no problem solving.... I might be better off seeing a robot!

Best of luck. May the Force be with you!
Robin


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1993:fibromyalgia (age 25)
2013.07:Reverse blockage in a SCUBA accident
2013.08:Scratched by a sick cat
2013.09:Strange sore throat then meningitis
2014:Chronic inflammation at the base of the skull
2014 to early 2015:excess NSAID use developed complete axial inflammation, included psoriasis
NSD helped well and but was not perfect
2018.07: weak +'ve tests for borrelia, babesia, bartonella and mycoplasma pneumonia using Armin Lab, ANA=equivocal
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Hi Guys

I am shocked that more people a not enthusiastic about this book and a posible cure. The writer wrote to me and was very sincere. I have bought the antibiotic after forging a doctor's prescription since my doctor was reluctant to prescribe the antibiotic. I belive I have an STD and the Antibiotic is going to work.


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