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The relatively new term “Infectious asthma” will without a doubt play an important role in future ways that medicine will come to understand the underlying causes of asthma. While much more research is needed, there continues to be scientists and researchers around the globe working hard to learn more about these life robbing bacteria.
I’ve even added some information that is related to Chlamydia pneumoniae and how it relates to MS (multiple sclerosis). Same concepts but a different disease. Dr. Wheldon treated his wife successfully by eradicating the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae. More information from Dr. Wheldon and his associates at Vanderbilt University will be added to this site as more of my time becomes available.
Treatment of Late-Onset Asthma From Dr. Gabe Mirkin's website http://www.drmirkin.com If you were in good health and suddenly developed coughing and wheezing and you went to your doctor, the odds are overwhelming that you would be diagnosed with an infection called...read more
Large scale 2017 published randomised, trial proves effectiveness of azithromycin in treating uncontrolled asthma.
Large scale 2017 published randomised trial proves effectiveness of azithromycin in treating uncontrolled asthma. Commentary: The study: [gview...read more
Dr. Wheldon successfully cures wife of multiple Sclerosis after determining MS was caused by the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae A history of Sarah's treatment by Dr. Wheldon .. multiple sclerosis Update, 1st September 2003 Now, just a month after the beginning of...read more
Mast Cells Play an Important Role in Chlamydia pneumoniae Lung Infection by Facilitating Immune Cell Recruitment into the Airway
Authors: Norika Chiba, Kenichi Shimada, Shuang Chen, Heather D. Jones, Randa Alsabeh, Anatoly V. Slepenkin, Ellena Peterson, Timothy R. Crother, and Moshe Ardit cite: The Journal of Immunology March 9, 2015 Abstract Mast cells are known as central players in allergy...read more
Atypical bacteria (Mycoplasma pneumoniae and Chlamydophila pneumoniae) are thought to be inflicted in the pathogenesis and precipitation of acute asthma. Past and current infections with these organisms were found more frequently in asthmatics compared to healthy...read more
J Am Bd Fam Med 2012; 25:442-459.*** This clinical trial (called AZMATICS) found that azithromycin had significant benefits for the majority of subjects with severe, treatment resistant asthma who elected to take azithromycin. This trial was “approved” but not funded...read more
Hahn DL, Azenabor AA, Beatty WL, et al Frontiers Biosci 2002; 7:E66-76*** Review aimed at the microbiology community of the role of C. pneumoniae in acute and chronic lung diseases.read more
Since 1998 the pharmaceuticals and health products industry represent the top industry when it comes to financing lobbiest that influence our laws and federal policies (FDA). As of 2013 2.6 Billion dollars ... yes Billion with a B. No wonder this research still hasn't...read more
An article published in the New York Times By Elisabeth Rosenthal talks about how The cost of asthma medicine has skyrocketed in the last decade !! [button link="http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/13/us/the-soaring-cost-of-a-simple-breath.html?ref=elisabethrosenthal&_r=1"...read more
LAWRENCE K. ALTMAN, M.D. Published: October 11, 2005 New York Times When two Australian scientists set out in the early 1980's to prove that a bacteria, Helicobacter pylori, caused stomach inflammation and ulcers, they met opposition from a medical-industrial complex...read more