FL1953 – Protomyxzoa rheumatica – Funneliformis mosseae Version 1.5

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Image from Fry, S. Medical Research Archives, vol. 5, issue 12, December 2017

A fungus is the most debilitating coinfection in Lyme disease. FL1953 was discovered by Fry Labs in chronically ill patients and called Protomyxzoa Rheumatica. In 2017 a research paper in Medical Archives by Fry using DNA sequencing showed it to be Funneliformis mosseae.

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A fungus is the most debilitating coinfection in Lyme disease. FL1953 was discovered by Fry Labs in chronically ill patients and called Protomyxzoa Rheumatica. In 2017 a research paper in Medical Archives by Fry using DNA sequencing showed it to be Funneliformis mosseae. This pathogen is found in 81% of the mosquitos in Arizona and I estimate that 40% of the population is infected with it. It is the underlying cause of many cases of rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. It is crippling to the joints and can make it difficult or impossible to walk. It appears to be able to infect the mitochondria. As a result, like Bacillus licheniformis it can cause cells to enter an anerobic state which causes cancer or if in the pancreas cause diabetes. I estimate about 96% of cancers are related to Bacillus licheniformis and the remainder are related to Funneliformis mosseae.

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