Asthma Cure research and Clinical studies

The relationship of the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae and an Asthma Cure

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The trials, research and documentation below support the evidence of the relationship of asthma and the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae. There are hundreds of researchers around the globe studying the link between the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae as well as Mycoplasma pneumoniae and an asthma cure.  Regardless of what you may have been told by your physician, many are being cured from asthma using information from these studies.  Most don’t have the luxury to wait until these concepts are implemented into medical guidelines.  When you can’t breathe and standard medical guidelines don’t provide practical solutions for your situation, then you have to consider all of the available options.

Use the information from these studies to convince your doctor to consider treating your severe asthma by understanding how asthma can be related to bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae. Print several studies and results to present to your physician as doctors are usually very busy and probably won’t initially have the time to come to and search through our articles.

Dr. Wilmore Webley Ph.D. (center) and fellow researchers in the lab of University of Massachusetts Amherst Dept. of Microbiology

Dr. Wilmore Webley Ph.D. (center)  with fellow researchers in the lab of University of Massachusetts Amherst Dept. of Microbiology

Treatment of Late-Onset Asthma

Treatment of Late-Onset Asthma From Dr. Gabe Mirkin's website 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...

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Chlamydia pneumoniae and airway remodelling / 59

Hahn DL, Karjalainen J and Pasternak R. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2006;117:1193-1194* Discussion about the best research design to identify whether infection causes new cases of asthma.  A letter from Dr. Hahn to the researchers [gview...

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Origins of atopy in pediatric asthma / 55

Hahn DL J Allergy Clin Immunol 2005; 115:425-426* To my knowledge, this is the first time anyone suggested that C. pneumoniae infection might bias the immune system towards the “allergic phenotype” in asthma. Meta-analyses of epidemiological studies do not support the...

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Role of Chlamydia pneumoniae as an inducer of asthma / 53

Hahn DL Most comprehensive review to date discussing the role of C. pneumoniae in asthma, lung remodeling and COPD. Disease burden and societal costs of asthma and COPD are conventionally calculated as separate entities. If early treatment of C. pneumoniae (and/or...

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