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  • Important review article by Charels Stratton of Vanderbilt, "Association of Chlamydia pneuomoniae with Chronic Human Diseasesi by Dr. Charles Strattoni, Antimicrobics and Infectious Diseases Newsletter, Vol. 18, No. 7, July 2000). The full-text article is available Here<
  • A valuable textbook article on Cpn, its biology, life cycle, structure, detection and treatment. It gives a very clear visual diagram of the life cycle of Cpn as it invades and useds the host cell. Invauable for understanding Straton et al's patent descritpionns for those digging deeper into the biology of this. Here<
  • The work of microbiologist David Wheldoni, whose wife has MSi and has recovered significantly after the administration of his antibiotic regimen: David Wheldon MS Treatment<
  • David Wheldon's wife, Sarah, is a regular contributor to forum on antibiotics in MS This Is MS ABX site< and the forum there is probably the best one I've found for information on antibiotic treatment of MS- lots of people on the treatment and reporting results.
  • Here's a newspaper article about a CPn+ MS patient who improved dramatically on antibiotics: Cpn news article<
  • Information on Chlamydia pneumoniae and its relationship to human diseases in general
  • Page with links to various Chlamydia including Cpn research and disccussion. Chlamydia site<
  • This article includes neurological diseases and includes the statement, currently ignored by most neurologists, that "chlamydial infections should be included in the differential diagnosis of neurological syndromes." Here<
  • Another newspaper article on the treatment of MS with antibiotics: Here<
  • A very unpolished but interesting page with all kinds of information about antibiotics and MS, mostly from Vanderbilt. Here<
  • This is a sub-page of the above address: The owner of the page tracked down many of the patients treated with antibiotics at Vanderbilt, and actually talked or e-mailed with them. Interesting information! Here<
  • If you go Here< then you can call up the patents on treatment and diagnosis of Chlamydia pneumoniae.
  • The patent numbers are 6,838,552<, 6,756,369<, 6,884,784< and for MS specifically, 6,710,033<.
  • The role of CPn in multiple other diseases, including asthma, arthritis, etc: Includes a good explanation of CPn in general: Here<
  • On treating those with asthma for CPn infection: Here<
  • "How one man discovered an asthma cure after researching chlamydia pneumoniae and mycoplasma.<"
  • As well as this Here<
  • For men (Prostatitis): Here<
  • Interstitial cystitisi: Here<
  • Cardiovascular Diseasei (includes an explanation of how CPn can disseminate throughout the body- good stuff): Here< 
  • And here’s an article on the “usual” view of Chlamydia pneumoniae as a respiratory pathogen: Here<
  • A Wiki Research Resource page on Cpn and Rosacea! Excellent resource.< 
  • Other interesting links
  • About Fungi<
  • About MS<
  • Chlamydia pneumoniae infection, inflammation and heat shock protein 60 immunity in asthma and coronary heart disease<
  • Modulation of Release of Proinflammatory Bacterial Compounds by Antibacterials: Potential Impact on Course of Inflammation and Outcome in Sepsis and Meningitis<
  • Endotoxin and Vitamin C: Part I - Sepsis, Endotoxin and Vitamin C a pdf article<
  • More about Asthma<
  • Stratton, Charles Patent<
  • Here is a highly edited version of the Stratton Patent. (By Colourbleu - I tried to pull out all that seemed most relevent and reduced the whole by more than half.) Here<
  • Here's a recent article published in a periodical for UK hospital physicians, which tells Sarah Wheldon's story quite nicely, I think. Here<
  • An excellent site on Chronic Fatigue Disorder which makes available research especially on infectious sources such as Chlamydia, Mycloplasm and viral sources.<
    • Another excellent site on CFS which has superbly referenced discussions on Vitamin Di, nutrition, and a very intelligently structured "For What It's Worth Protocol" which outlines nutritional and anti-infections program of treatment in a step-wise manner is Ken Lassesen's site< . An excellent source on nutrition and other information quite useful in treating Cpn related problems.  
  • Dr. Mike Powell< has an excellent Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue oriented clinic which tests for Cpn, among other infectious agents, and uses Dr. Stratton's protocol in treating for Cpn. He is very knowledgable about the Cpn treatment process.
  • Micropathology Ltd<.- a diagnostic laboratory in Coventry, England which may be setting up a Cpn test using the Vanderbilt DNA primers and methods. Direct inquiries to them via this link. 
  • InformaÄ?ní stránka chlamydie pneumoniae<- Czech site on Cpn started by our own Lala!<<
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    On Stratton protocol for CFSi starting 01/06 (NE Ohio, USA)

    Currently: doxyi & zithi -- continous; metronidazolei -- 4days on, 7 days off.


    On CAPi for CFSi starting 01/06 (NE Ohio, USA)

    Began rifampin trial 1/14/09

    Currently: on intermittent

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