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Sorting through the bacteria DNA in my bloodstream

Dr. P, I don’t know what the Karius results show, but we know for sure I cultured positive for Entercoccus and Corney Bacterium in November 2005 (those records at St. Joe’s hospital), so if the list of bacterial DNA does … Continue reading

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Karius Blood Test–super cool :)

Syndi, This is the blood test I was telling you about today–it can detect the DNA of lots of bad things floating around in your bloodstream. I can’t wait to get my results 🤢🤓👍. https://www.kariusdx.com/products/Digital-Culture It will probably be many … Continue reading

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I’m Rockin’ the MRI blob!

Someone needs to color these babies and bring them into fashion! Cedars-Sinai is amazing. I needed an MRI on my neck, UCLA said it was a 2 month wait for an outpatient neck MRI, and Cedars got me in less … Continue reading

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Dr. P–I’m dying of curiosity!!!!!! 😜😍

I’m so curious–what did Karius say?? Did they have any insight, did they see anything?? I just called your office to see if I could I get the results, but she said they still weren’t in yet, but that the … Continue reading

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Rough night: BP 84/61

I had a rough night. The last few days I missed a couple of doses of my IV antibiotics (I’ve been too focus on my playing in my lab 😢), and wow I’m going downhill. I’ve been sick a long … Continue reading

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Noah: “Maybe the problem with our immune deficiency is rooted in how our bodies process water”.

Noah went to see his doctor by himself for the first time on Thursday (I wasn’t feeling well enough to go with him and he really needed to go, plus at 14 years old I figured he’s old enough to … Continue reading

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Sugar Helps Antibiotics Trick and Kill Deadly Bacteria

I’ve been reading all about sugar, to try and learn how sugar affects the preservative nature of products, and I stumble upon this article–very interesting– (Would this same concept of adding sugar to medications also apply to chemotherapy drugs, because … Continue reading

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