View shared post Feb 13, 2014 - VA refers to these illnesses as "chronic multisymptom illness" and "undiagnosed illnesses." We prefer not to use the term “Gulf War Syndrome” ...www.publichealth.va.gov
I am reading a book by a well verse Lyme researcher/MD who wrote about Mycoplasma. Dr. Horowitz goes on to say, Thanks to the work of Dr. Eva Sapi at the University of New Haven, There are now many species of mycoplasma. But to make my point. One of those is Mycoplasma fermentens which is also called by many as Gulf War Syndrome. Mycoplasma is also associated to Lyme disease or at the least a co-infection too Lyme disease.
Not too long ago I read an article about I believe Berkeley U. doing a Lyme/tick research in the dessert and found a high percentage of those ticks in the dessert carry the Lyme and co-infection bacteria's and viruses.
I have been reading when I can about Lyme and am finding there is no place to hide. I wrote an article sometime ago about how I felt that all military personal coming home , solders who have lost there minds in a way, signing out of the military, or any undiagnosible ailment should be studied and tested by Lyme Literate Doctors who are up on the new Lyme research and findings of the field. I feel confident that many of these solders are suffering progressive Lyme and coinfection related issues.