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    ·Remembering Leslie Wermers. Seven years ago today2015-11-02 00:00:00
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    Borrelia mayonii closely related to B. burgdorferi

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in collaboration with Mayo Clinic and health officials from Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota, report the discovery of a new species of bacteria (Borrelia mayonii) that causes Lyme disease in people. Until now, Borrelia burgdorferi was the only species believed to cause Lyme disease in North America.


    Scientists at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, first suspected the possibility of new bacteria after lab tests from six people with suspected Lyme disease produced unusual results, according to the findings published today in Lancet Infectious Diseases. Additional genetic testing at the Mayo Clinic and CDC found that the bacteria, provisionally named Borrelia mayonii, is closely related to B. burgdorferi.


    “This discovery adds another important piece of information to the complex picture of tickborne diseases in the United States,” said Dr. Jeannine Petersen, microbiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


    So far, new Lyme species found only in upper Midwest

    Limited information from the first six patients suggests that illness caused by B. mayonii is similar to that caused by B. burgdorferi, but with a few possible differences. Like B. burgdorferi, B. mayonii causes fever, headache, rash, and neck pain in the early stages of infection (days after exposure) and arthritis in later stages of infection (weeks after exposure). Unlike B. burgdorferi, however, B. mayonii is associated with nausea and vomiting, diffuse rashes (rather than a single so-called “bull’s-eye” rash), and a higher concentration of bacteria in the blood.


    The researchers believe that, like B. burgdorferi, B. mayonii is transmitted to humans by ...

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     Company seeks FDA approval for Nanotrap® "any stage" Lyme test

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    By Mac McDonald, BA, MA, CCE
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    "The test is the first highly-sensitive test capable of directly detecting the Lyme protein antigen in a patient at
    any stage of infection."

    It is now available across the United States for physician offices to order for their patients.

    The test is being developed by Ceres with support from the NIH, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the Commonwealth of Virginia.

    MANASSAS, Va. - Ceres Nanosciences, Inc. (Ceres) announced today the publication of a three year, 300-person clinical study in the Journal of Translational Medicine.

     
    The study, titled: “Application of Nanotrap technology for high sensitivity measurement of urinary outer surface protein A carboxyl‐terminus domain in early stage Lyme borreliosis” documents the development and data behind Ceres’ groundbreaking test for Lyme disease. The clinical study was led by George Mason University in partnership with four patient clinics in northern VA and MD. The test is the first highly-sensitive urine based test capable of directly detecting the Lyme protein antigen in a patient at any stage of infection. It is now available across the United States for physician offices to order for their patients.

    Additionally, to accelerate the expansion of Ceres’ Lyme test program, Ceres has been awarded funding
    from the Virginia Biosciences Health Research Corporation (VBHRC) to adapt the test to a new format for FDA approval and to incorporate additional testing capabilities for other tick-borne diseases. Ceres, a biotechnology company located in northern Virginia, has developed and commercialized a novel nanoparticle technology, the “Nanotrap®”, which provides powerful biofluid sample processing capabilities for cutting edge diagnostic applications and sample handling needs. 

    The Nanotrap technology was invented at George Mason University under funding from the National Institutes  of  Health  (NIH)  for  biomarker  discovery  applications.  Currently  it  is  being  developed into commercial products by Ceres with support from the NIH, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the Commonwealth of Virginia. 

    “We are very excited about the Nanotrap Lyme Antigen test. It is the first urine based test that directly measures the presence of proteins from the Lyme pathogen itself. This test can render an accurate and objective measurement of the presence of Lyme infection at any stage of infection,” said Ross Dunlap, Chief Executive Officer of Ceres. “Without the Nanotrap technology as an upfront sample concentration step, this assay would not be possible. The Nanotrap technology is contributing already to the medical field’s understanding of Lyme disease, and other infectious diseases, leading to better tests, vaccines, and therapies.”

    “Our test offers a much higher sensitivity and specificity compared to existing Lyme testing methods. We are measuring a Lyme surface protein region that is conserved across all the known Lyme species and strains that infect patients in America and Europe. The Nanotrap particles enhance the sensitivity of this test one hundred fold.” said Dr. Lance Liotta, principal investigator of the Lyme Disease Clinical Trial and Co-Director of the Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine at George Mason University and co-founder of Ceres.

    The Nanotrap® LA (Lyme Antigen) Test kit may be ordered through any participating physicians’ offices and clinical labs. If your doctor does not offer the test, you may order a kit from the Ceres Nanosciences Lyme Antigen Collection Kit Order Site or send an email to Ceres Nanosciences at lymetest@ceresnano.com with your full name, phone number, and an address where the kit should be mailed. Ceres Nanosciences will send a free collection kit with details for providing a sample to their lab and how to order the test through your physicians office. Ceres Nanosciences will only process tests that are ordered through a physician’s office.

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     Obituaries: Remembering Leslie Wermers. Seven years ago today

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    "If I die tomorrow and I save one life, I'll die happy." 
    Leslie Wermers 07/07/1967 - 11/02/2008

    Leslie Gave Everything She Had, Cared & Loved So Deeply, Until the Very End. 
    ~God Broke Our Hearts and Angels Rejoiced, the Day Leslie Entered Heaven~ 
    November 2nd, 2008


    Leslie Wermers Remembered, International Lyme And Associated Diseases Society

    ~You've touched Countless Lives in so Many Beautiful Ways~She Was Always A Loving and Giving Sister; Daughter; Life- Partner; Jayde's Lessie; Ralphie & Dudley's Mommy; Cherished Lyme Patient Advocate; Aunt; Niece; Cousin; & Friend. 

    Here is an excerpt from the beautiful tribute that Andy Abrahams Wilson wrote in memory of Leslie.  
    Andy is the Producer/Director of the Powerful Lyme Disease Documentary,"Under Our Skin".

    "The Lyme community has lost an important hero and friend–and so did I. Leslie Wermers, 41, died from heart failure in her sleep on November 2nd, 2008." 

    "It is hard to imagine Leslie’s heart giving out, because for anyone who knew her she was all heart." 

    "A dear friend to so many and a tireless worker on behalf of the Minnesota and national Lyme communities, Leslie gave everything she had to help others who were sick. And everything she had was an abundant reserve of love and support–even as her own health waned." Andy Abrahams Wilson, Producer/Director, UNDER OUR SKIN Click Here to read the entire tribute and to watch Leslie's interview excerpt from  "Under Our Skin". 

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     Lyme Disease Advocates Say CDC Allows Questionable Group to Dictate Treatment

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    October 20, 2015
    Lexington, KY USA
    By Mac McDonald, BA, MA, CCE
    Editor Lymeblog News

    Atlanta, GA: The Centers for Disease and Control Prevention (CDC) group responsible for policy on Lyme disease violates federal law by extending preferential treatment to the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) says a petition created by a group of Lyme patient advocates. The petition to End Preferential Treatment of the IDSA Guidelines for Lyme Disease was filed with the CDC’s Bacterial Diseases Branch on Wednesday, October 14.

    Graphic by Alison Childs of Lymestats

    The petitioners are exercising their First Amendment right to petition the government for “a redress of grievances,” along with a more specific right added by the Administrative Procedure Act, which provides “interested persons” with the “right to petition for the issuance, amendment, or repeal of a rule.”
    "Why does the CDC, a public agency tasked with protecting the health of US taxpayers, promulgate the IDSA guidelines as policy, particularly when it can be demonstrated that the guidelines authors disallow, ignore, or reject a very large body of scientific evidence that contradicts their narrow view of this disease?"

    The petitioners claim that “because of restrictions imposed by the critically flawed IDSA guidelines promoted by CDC, thousands of chronically ill patients are harmed by misdiagnosis and denial of medically necessary treatment. CDC’s failure to provide equivalent exposure for more recent guidelines from the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) compounds the harm by omitting information about evidence-based treatments that could help these severely ill patients recover from this devastating disease.”
     
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     UMass Medical School Developing Lyme disease Vaccine

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    October 8, 2015
    Lexington, KY USA
    By Mac McDonald, MA, CCE
    Editor Lymeblog News

    New research to be presented at infectious disease conference IDWeek; Monoclonal antibodies reactive against a broad range of Borrelia species in studies

      Scientists at UMass Medical School’s MassBiologics are developing a pre-exposure prophylaxis that prevents tick-transmitted infection of Lyme disease, a breakthrough that could lead to seasonal prevention against the most common tick-borne infection in North America.
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    Scientists at UMass Medical School’s MassBiologics are developing a pre-exposure prophylaxis that prevents tick-transmitted infection of Lyme disease, a breakthrough that could lead to seasonal prevention against the most common tick-borne infection in North America.

     

    Scientists at UMass Medical School’s MassBiologics are developing a pre-exposure prophylaxis that prevents tick-transmitted infection of Lyme disease, a breakthrough that could lead to seasonal prevention against the most common tick-borne infection in North America. The research will be presented on Friday, Oct. 9, in San Diego at IDWeek 2015TM, the annual meeting of the Infectious Disease Society of America, the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America, the HIV Medicine Association and the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society. The research report details the effectiveness of a monoclonal antibody in targeting the bacteria that causes Lyme disease in mice, the most common natural reservoir for the bacteria.



    “In our strategy, individuals would receive an injection in the spring of a single human monoclonal antibody targeting a protein on the surface of the bacteria that would provide immediate protection against Lyme disease and that protection would last for about 6 months, which is the risk period when the ticks that transmit Lyme disease are active,” said Mark S. Klempner, MD, executive vice chancellor of MassBiologics and professor of medicine at UMMS. “This is the same strategy—a monoclonal antibody that targets an infectious disease—that is used to prevent one of the most severe forms of pneumonia in premature infants called respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). With over 15 years of data showing the safety and effectiveness of administering this human monoclonal antibody (Synagis ®) to these most vulnerable babies, we have observed a very high level of protection with virtually no short or longer term serious adverse reactions.”


    MassBiologics discovers, develops and manufactures biologic medicines that improve the lives of the people in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As the only non-profit, medical-school-affiliated, FDA-licensed manufacturer of vaccines and other biologic medicines like monoclonal antibodies, MassBiologics has a particular focus on public health priorities.


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