The Marshall Protocol: a Breakthrough in the Treatment
of Cell-Wall-Deficient Bacteria
The Marshall protocol is not just important, but critical in Lyme disease recovery.
It addresses a part of the Lyme disease complex that no other
treatment, protocol, diet, or supplement can even come close to touching:
infection with cell-wall-deficient bacteria.
Borrelia burgdorferi, the
causative bacteria in Lyme disease, comes in three forms: spirochete, cyst,
and cell-wall-deficient. Spirochetes
are successfully killed by rife machines (see www.lymebook.com).
Cysts can be killed by certain types of antibiotics (including
5-nitromidizoles and hydroxychloroquine).
Cysts can also be exposed and killed by rife therapy with proper
treatment timing and planning. However,
until the Marshall Protocol, there was not an effective treatment for
Conventionally, doctors have
tried to use certain types of antibiotics to kill cell-wall-deficient
bacteria. Top choices include
protein synthesis inhibitors such as the macrolides (Zithromax and Biaxin),
the ketolides (Ketek), and the tetracyclines (tetracycline, doxycycline, and
minocycline). Unfortunately, these
antibiotics have been ineffective at worst and only moderately effective at
Trevor G Marshall, PhD:
Trevor's first teaching post was at the University of Technology in Lae, Papua New Guinea, during 1974. He taught at Curtin University, in Western Australia, during the rest of the 70's. Following up on his Masters degree in 1978, he commenced PhD studies at the University of Western Australia, home to Barry Marshall (no relation) (of Helicobacter Pylori fame).
Clinical studies were with Tim Welborn and Ted Keogh at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Western Australia and Mike Albisser's group at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
In 1982 he moved to the USA, and now lives in California. His PhD thesis "Mathematical Modelling of the Insulin Glucose Homeostasis in Diabetic and Healthy Individuals" was accepted in 1985. For most of the succeeding decades he was CEO of YARC Systems, specializing in high-tech Internet Publishing.
Over the last few years Trevor has been defining the biochemical roles of the steroid hormones Angiotensin II and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin-D in immune disease. In 2002 he published a complete etiological description for Sarcoid Inflammation, and his current interest is in understanding how this same hormonal/bacterial pathogenesis might drive other Rheumatic and Cardiac diseases.
Trevor Marshall founded the Autoimmunity
bacteria cause the most severe symptoms and worst disease manifestations of the
three bacterial forms, discovering a way to kill them is no trivial pursuit.
In fact, cell-wall-deficient bacteria are responsible for most of the
devastating and debilitating aspects of chronic Lyme disease.
So, killing these bacteria should theoretically result in tremendous
improvement in symptoms. Which is
exactly what happens with the
protocol: Lyme sufferers using it have noticed accelerated recovery, leaps and
bounds of symptom improvement, and even permanent progress that endures after
the protocol is discontinued.
Many diseases, one
Additionally, because evidence
suggests that cell-wall-deficient bacteria are the root cause of numerous
other allegedly incurable diseases, a treatment that successfully kills this
bacteria should greatly benefit sufferers of many different types of chronic
illnesses, not just Lyme disease. The
Marshall protocol has produced astounding results. Hundreds
of people, with diseases ranging from multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia, to
obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression, have gained significant
improvement, and in some cases recovery, via the
protocol. These results suggest that the
protocol is one of the most significant breakthroughs in the past 100 years of
infectious disease medicine.
Where did the
protocol come from?
protocol gets its name from Dr. Trevor Marshall, Ph.D., who suffered for
decades from sarcoidosis, a disease that shares a common root cause with Lyme
disease: cell-wall-deficient bacteria. The
difference between sarcoidosis and Lyme disease is that sarcoidosis is often
fatal. Lyme disease, while
debilitating, is typically not fatal. Therefore,
breakthroughs in sarcoidosis treatment are not only more urgent but also
easier to quantify - the measuring stick for sarcoidosis therapy is not just
how much better someone feels, but whether or not they die.
Dr. Marshall is alive and well today, completely recovered from
sarcoidosis, due to his use of the Marshall protocol, which he invented. In recent times, a
large number of Lyme disease sufferers have began using the
protocol, with similarly amazing results. To learn more about the Marshall
protocol, read this 4-page excerpt from
Lyme Disease and Rife Machines, or this 10-page
excerpt from The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments.
About the DVD set
This DVD set is exclusively
offered by lymebook.com. It was
assembled for lymebook.com by the Autoimmunity Research Foundation and
includes video recordings from several different conferences of particular
interest to Lyme disease sufferers.
DVD #1: 30th
Anniversary of Lyme Conference,
DVD CONTENT: "How Borrelia
evades the immune system, and how we help the immune system kill this Th1
DVD #2: Recovering from
Chronic Disease Conference,
DVD CONTENT: Recovery Panel Q&A,
Healthcare Provider Sessions, Other Selected Topics
DVD #3: The Science of
The Marshall Protocol Conference, Washington DC
DVD CONTENT: Selected Presentations
DVD #4: Recovering from
Chronic Disease Conference, Los Angeles, CA
DVD CONTENT: Dr. Greg Blaney, Dr. Trevor
Marshall, Dr. J.C. Waterhouse, Meg Mangan, RN, Dr. Alan Cantwell, Prof.
DVD #5: Recovering from
Chronic Disease Conference, Los Angeles, CA
DVD CONTENT: Belinda Fenter, BS, Meg
Mangan, RN, John McDonald, other selected presentations.
The Faces of
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