Specific category or website for Trachomatis (CT) sufferers would be oh so very nice

After most likely 8 years of suffering from Chlamydia Trachomatis (CT)—3 years for sure, and 8 months knowingly and treating—I have recently stumbled upon Cpnhelp.org.  The knowledge here has been of incredible benefit, and I hope my story and what I have learned may help contribute. 

I do think it would helpful if there was a mirror site (ie Cthelp.org) or at least a specific Category for CT and CT sufferers on this website.  I have searched through most of the posts for info on CT and I find that this separation would be beneficial because it would:

a) not confuse topics between Cpn and CT,
b) concentrate all CT info in one place, and
c) help to clarify exactly what CT is, for the whole world.  In my opinion, general public knowledge of CT is abysmal. 

I believe that CT and Cpn are more closely related than what people think.  you can read more about my story at this post:  http://www.cpnhelp.org/difficulties_trachomatis<


But feel free to start your own blog or site on the topic. 

Or preferably start your own CT site somewhere..........Sarah 

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MSi in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.
To quote from a recent review paper, "...of the 1073 genesi in human C. pneumoniae, 186 genes are C. pneumoniae-specific, having no homologs in any other organism, including other chlamydial species."  So while it's a relative of C. trachomatis, it has quite a lot of differences.

(The source that the paper gives for the quote is this article<.)

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