What to bring to your doctor to educate about Cpn and the protocols

Select out the most relevant sections of the Handbook, as well as a couple of the research sources, so your doc has the medical rationale but isn't overwhelmed with info. 

If this is for MSi, start with the main page materials from David Wheldon's site.<

Add selected material from the Cpni Handbook from these:

  • Multiple Sclerosis and the CPn model
  • Cpn in MS: Over Easy
  • Smoking Guns, Cellular similarities between CPn cellular reactions and MS
  • The Brain and Pathogenic Treatment
  • The great MS debate Do we find CPn?

Then these, add specific articles on your particular disease from the research pages:

  • Cpn Simple
  • Possibly selected slides from Stratton Slide presentation
  • The Basics Page
  • Some Answers to Concerns About Long-Term Antibiotics
  • Diagnosis Issues
  • Initial and Following Blood Tests in CAPi's Treatment
  • Stratton/Vanderbilt Protocol Update: February 2006
  • Dr. Stratton Answers Some Questions

Two or three supporting articles I would add from (be selective to fit your doc) our Physicians Page:

  • Association of CPn with Chronic Human Diseasesi Article in Antimicrobials and infectious diseases
  • Chlamydia pneumoniae infection in circulating monocytes is refractory to antibiotic treatment
  • Interview With Expert close to Vanderbilt on the protocol
  • Chlamydia Pneumonia pathogenesis
  • The pathogeneisis of Chlamydial species Article in Antimicrobials and Infectious Diseases
  • The cellular Pardigm of chlamydial pathogenesis
  • The Pathogenesis of systemic chlamydial infection: the theoretical considerations of host cell energy depletion and it's metabolic consequences Article in Antimicrobials and Infectious Diseases

Print the pdfs from these (worth printing in color):

Chronic bacterial infections: living with unwanted guests<

Potential Role of Infections in Chronic Inflammatory Diseases< If this link doesn't work, try: http://www.asm.org/asm/files/ccLibraryFiles/Filename/000000001887/znw01105000529.pdf<

If your doc needs more detail I would go right to the Mitchell Stratton patent materials and print the whole thing as it describes all the detailed lab work.

Even better, Dr. Stratton has been generous about phone consults with doctors interested in using the protocol. Look up his number on the Vanderbilt U website and give to your doctor. It's the best thing if doc to doc they can talk to the worlds expert on this. 

I would hold off all the other materials until you had a decision about treatment, as these are additional rather than supporting the "Why do a CAP" question. 

Also from the handbook:

  • A sample letter to local doctor to convince of abxi treatment-- modify it for CFSi, and mostly for yourself. Rewrite and give to your doc with the packet if you think it would be helpful. 

 

Comments

The link above for "Potential Role of Infectionsi in Chronic Inflammatory Diseasesi' doesn't appear to work, does anyone know the active link?
CFSi + Cpni - Diagnosed CFS 2004, unwell since 2001 after a bout of EPV, diagnosed Cpn 2009, CAPi for Cpn 12/2009. Doxyi 200mg daily, 500mg Zithromax weekly, VitD3 1000IU, B12 Inj. Variety of supplementsi and antifungal treatments. Multiple food intolerance.

A search of the asm website found these possibles.  I don't know which of these articles Jim was referencing, though.

 Maybe someone here copied it before it was changed.  If so, they might notice our conversation here and respond...

 http://search.asm.org/texis/search/main.html?query=potential+role+infections+chronic+inflammatory&pr=ASM+Site&prox=page&rorder=500&rprox=500&rdfreq=500&rwfreq=500&rlead=500&rdepth=0&sufs=0&order=r&mode=&opts=&cq=&jump=20&dropXSL=html<

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

It seems they did only change the name of the first sub-directory from ASM to asm: http://www.asm.org/asm/files/ccLibraryFiles/Filename/000000001887/znw01105000529.pdf<

Borrelia/Cpni arthritis: joint, skin, eye, CNSi, respiratory, UG involvment; fatigue. Borrelia Elisa&WB IgGi, and CPn IgG and IgA pos, HLA-B27 neg. CAPi 5/9/2010 -> 3/2016 2017: some signs and symptoms returning, Borrelia?

Thank you, Nord!! I edited in a note behind the 'bad' link, saying if it doesn't work, try (yours) http://www.asm.org/asm/files/ccLibraryFiles/Filename/000000001887/znw011...<

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

Thank you!
CFSi + Cpni - Diagnosed CFS 2004, unwell since 2001 after a bout of EPV, diagnosed Cpn 2009, CAPi for Cpn 12/2009. Doxyi 200mg daily, 500mg Zithromax weekly, VitD3 1000IU, B12 Inj. Variety of supplementsi and antifungal treatments. Multiple food intolerance.

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