Submitted by Jim K on Tue, 2006-01-24 16:29

Purposes of this Handbook

This "Handbook" is an attempt to organize and pull together information on Chlamydia pneumoniae, it's impact on human diseases, and it's treatment via combined antibiotic protocols into a more easily accessible, organized and up to date format. Some of the material has already been posted on website and is simply linked here in a more organized way. Some of the material in this handbook is new and represents the most current, state of the art information on Cpn, CAP, and the various supplements which have been found helpful in clinical experience. We will endeavor to update and expand the Cpn Handbook as new information becomes available.

Important Disclaimer: Read This Before Using the Cpn Handbook-

The information anywhere in the Cpn Handbook, and on, should not be considered medical advice, not complete, nor should it be relied on or interpreted to suggest a course of treatment for any individual. This information is for research and knowledge purposes only, and it should not be used in place of a visit, call, consultation or the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider.

Any application or implementation of information in the Cpn Handbook, and on is considered at the readers own risk. The reader/user of information in the Cpn Handbook, and on agrees not to hold liable the providers of the for any use or misuse of the information provided. The providers of the site are not medical physicians and the information here is not medical advice. Should you have any health care-related questions, please call or see your physician or other qualified health care provider promptly.

Printing the Handbook

Consider printing out the whole Handbook for yourself or your doctor, here's a trick:

  1. At the bottom of this page of the Cpn Handbook click the "print friendly" link. You should get a document of 50+ pages to appear.
  2. You can directly print or save as pdf file and print from your own computer.
  3. The only thing which doesn't come out right is the Table of Contents. Trick: Go to that page from the Handbook left sidebar link (you only see this once the Handbook is selected) and then at the bottom go to the "print friendly" link (not the "alternative" line) and it should appear.
  4. Print it out or save as pdf file and add to your handbook copies.

 Of course, you can print out individual selections of the Handbook by going to that specific page and using the 'print friendly' link at the bottom of the page.

Date your copies, and check back to make sure you have the most current edition as we are adding to it and editing frequently. 

Under Construction:

This is the starting page for a collaborative effort to pull together the information gathered about Cpn: research, it's implication in various diseases, the arguments about it's legitimacy, its treatment via combination antibiotic protocol, and frequently asked questions about all this. Ahem! Quite a run-on sentence.

The handbook will be organized from existing pages, as well as from new and updated material. It's a work in progress so... stay tuned!