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 asthmastory.com 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

Evaluation and management of acute bronchitis / 46

Hahn DL In: Hueston WJ, ed. 20 Common Problems in Respiratory Disorders. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002; 141-153** Discussion of acute bronchitis and its potential role as a precursor to chronic respiratory illnesses such as asthma and COPD. [gview...

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Serologic markers for Chlamydia pneumoniae in asthma / 40

Hahn DL, Peeling RW, Dillon E, et al Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2000; 84:227-233*** An example of an epidemiological association study of the association of C. pneumoniae antibodies with the “infectious asthma” syndrome (called AAWI in this study). An interesting...

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Chlamydia pneumoniae antibodies and adult-onset asthma / 39

Hahn DL, Routes JM, Nelson HS J All Clin Immunol 2000; 106:404** Both diagnosis (via microbiologic isolation) and association (via epidemiological methods) have been used to study the role of infections in asthma. Diagnosis is appropriate in the study of individual...

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Chlamydia pneumoniae: a new possible cause of asthma / 33

Hahn DL, Allegra L. In: Allegra L, Blasi F, eds. Chlamydia pneumoniae: the lung and the heart. Milano: Springer-Verlag, Italia, 1999; 114-123 Review, circa 1999** Highlights of this review include case reports of documented C. pneumoniae infection associated with...

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Chlamydia infection and pneumonia / 32

Kalayoglu MV, Hahn DL, Byrne GI In: Paradise LJ, Friedman H, Bendinelli M, eds. Opportunistic Intracellular Bacteria and Immunity. New York: Plenum Press, 1999; 233-253* A review of C. pneumoniae infection as a cause for pneumonia. See complementary review of C....

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Chlamydia pneumoniae and asthma / 29

Blasi F, Allegra L, Tarsia P, et al Thorax 1998; 53:1095-1096* Discussion about a report of C. pneumoniae association with severe “brittle” asthma, but not with “ordinary” acute asthma exacerbations. A methodological concern was poor matching (by age and sex) of cases...

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Evidence for Chlamydia pneumoniae infection in asthma / 21

Hahn DL In: Allegra L, Blasi F, eds. Chlamydia Pneumoniae Infection. Milan, Italy: Springer-Verlag, 1995; 65-75** The first of several reviews of current knowledge of C. pneumoniae and asthma. See also References #24, #33, #35 , #47 and especially #54  for more recent...

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