Supporting researchers linking asthma to the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae
A near fatal asthma attack leads to complete asthma cure
This is where I share my Asthma Story and hopefully stimulate thought and hope for those suffering with Asthma. Especially severe asthma. At the age of 30, I was diagnosed with severe Asthma and ten years later came close to dying when a near fatal asthma attack put me into full respiratory and cardiac arrest. A neighbor took the above photograph while paramedics administered CPR on me as I lay on our front porch. After this close call, I needed to try and reclaim my life and learn more about this terrible disease. Even despite repeated claims in the medical community that an asthma cure is impossible. My story, as well as the testimonials of others who got cured, are proof that an asthma cure does exist and that it is possible to be cured of severe asthma.
Introduction to the nasty bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae
A pharmacist friend of ours then found fascinating new research by Dr. David Hahn in medical journals about the relationship between the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae and asthma. These studies indicate this research may help cure asthma in 50% or more of adults and children diagnosed with asthma. Many have already cured asthma using this research but more studies are needed.
I am not a doctor and offer no medical advice here. Since 2002 I’ve paid for this site with my own funds. I sell nothing and accept no advertising on this website other than a link to Dr. Hahn‘s book of which I receive no financial compensation. This website was created to share the steps I took to become completely cure asthma and to help others. Now that my asthma is cured, I’ve hiked hundreds of miles of rugged terrain on the Appalachian trail (AT) May 2002 ,May 2005, and May 2012. Most importantly…. these hikes were done with no inhalers, no medicines and best of all, no asthma.
I Want My Story To Inspire Others
While viewing the asthma cure research, studies and links you’ll see that there are dozens of researchers around the globe studying the important link between Chlamydia pneumoniae, mycoplasma and asthma. While it doesn’t work for everyone, in many cases a complete asthma cure is possible in adults and children. This website is hosted out of gratitude to support the research of Dr. David Hahn (and others) in understanding more about these life robbing bacteria.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recognizes the relationship between Chlamydia pneumoniae and Asthma
in addition to the possible association of C.pneumoniae with Alzheimer’s disease, asthma and reactive arthritis (RA). They also acknowledge using Macrolides type of antibiotics for the treatment…
The Soaring Cost of a Simple Breath
An article published in the New York Times By Elisabeth Rosenthal talks about how the cost of asthma medicine skyrocketed in the last decade. The (CDC) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention puts the annual cost of asthma…
Macrolides for long term management of Asthma
A meta analysis of randomized clinical trials
Steps I Took to Cure AsthmaAs more research becomes available, the protocol doctors use to cure asthma has been changing. What worked for me to cure asthma in 1995 may very well work for you today. However there are several doctors using stronger doses and multiple antibiotics to address the issue of the difficulty in eradicating the bacteria in some individuals. For example some people respond well to Azithromycin but others may not and respond better to Doxycyline. One doctor in Ohio prescribes a mixture of both Azithromycin and Doxycyline (for one year) for his patients and claims a 99% success rate in curing asthma of his patients. This section was originally titled “Steps I took to cure my asthma”. But as I learn more from interactions with readers and doctors, it became obvious this section needed to reflect more current information ….
Testimonials from visitors to AsthmaStory.com
National Public Radio
Listen to a radio interview with Joe and Terry Graedon of “The People’s Pharmacy” radio show with Dr. David Hahn. (30 minutes)