Lyme/ MSIDS Research: Photo Dynamic Therapy, PDT, limits death from heart failure and suicide.

Prevent the migration of potentially fatal lyme/msids infections to the heart and brain:

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A capsule of modified chlorophyll photosensitiser is swallowed and 20 minutes later a laser watch is worn on the left forearm. It shines 662nM red light, into the blood stream for 60 minutes to trigger the photosensitiser to kill the infections associated with Lyme/MSIDS. .


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Lasers in the base of the special watch.
The light sources used are  a number of diode lasers mounted in a wrist worn device like a watch.. The sensitizer has passed broad pre-clinical in vitro and in vivo studies, which showed safety and efficiency.

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Photodynamic therapy (PDT), for Lyme/MSIDS, is  phototherapy involving laser light (Red 662nM) and a photosensitizing natural derivative of chlorophyll, used in conjunction with molecular oxygen, to elicit cell death (phototoxicity). PDT has the proven ability to kill microbial cells, including bacteriafungi &viruses responsible for Lyme/MSIDS.

Advantages of PDT at a Glance:

  • Wearing comfort at home or on the go
  • Easy handling
  • Multifunctional use
  • Little time required: Immediate and verifiable effects:
  • This treatment allows the patients to ‘get on with life’, as they can move around,  during the 60 minute treatment periods, with the watch attached to their wrist.
  • This pdt therapy is effective in treating the spread of infections from Lyme/MSIDS Disease. The lasers shine into the blood stream, in the wrist, and trigger the agent attached to the infections, this action kills the infections.
  • This treatment limits the spread of potentially. fatal infections to the heart and brain.
  • Free testing of 320 infections: send your physical address to lyme@posteo.net to receive a free test kit.
  • Minimally invasive and minimally toxic.
  • There are no serious side effects

To Purchase:

Laser watch with 90 capsules (3 months therapy) : US$967 Free freight and testing


90 capsules: (3 further months of therapy after free testing) US$ 705.00 Free freight

To pay by Visa or MasterCard email lyme@posteo.net for a pro-forma invoice:

References:

Death from Lyme/MSIDS infections in the heart:

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Birth Defects associated with Lyme/MSIDS

A systematic review was conducted to summarise the global literature on adverse birth outcomes associated with gestational Lyme disease in humans.

Adverse birth outcomes included spontaneous miscarriage or fatal death (n=12), newborn death (n=8), and newborns with abnormal outcome (e.g. hyperbilirubinemia, respiratory distress and syndactyly) at birth (N=16).
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