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"Broad and clearly written, this will be one of the top Lyme Disease books of the decade. Bryan Rosner is unusually gifted at explaining new emerging treatments. He thinks big and offers big solutions." 

      - James Schaller, M.D.
        Author of 16 books and
        Published in 25 journals

"I am a sleep lab technologist, and I have chronic Lyme Disease. Before I found a Lyme doctor, I was forced to educate myself about this disease. I have an arsenal of over 25 Lyme Disease books. Bottom line, Bryan Rosner's books surpass any I have in my collection. The Lyme Disease epidemic will be coming to a neighborhood near you and this book could be your defense against this insidious attacker."

      - Tracie Schissel, PSGT
        Brainerd Lakes Sleep 
        Health Center

"Having lived myself with chronic Lyme Disease for over 10 years, I wish I had the information available in this book years ago. Everyone with chronic Lyme Disease will relate to and benefit from this book."

      - Scott Forsgren 
        Founder and Editor of

"Bryan Rosner has written another ground-breaking Lyme Disease book. The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments is a perfect compliment to his first book. It expands on information in the first book and also contains new treatments from traditional and alternative medicine. Rosner frankly discusses the many difficult medical and political issues in today's Lyme Disease treatment climate. A must-read book!"

      - Jeff Mittelman
        Moderator of the
        Lyme-and-Rife Group

"I am a registered nurse, wife, mother, and patient, and for 15 years I have suffered from three tick borne diseases. I have searched the world over looking for healing. Hope is a word Lyme sufferers soon learn is not part of their vocabulary.

Bryan Rosner opens the door to hope and offers a map to restored health. By turning the pages of this book, you will learn how to turn the course of suffering. A former Lyme sufferer himself, Rosner has paved the way, thank God, for all of us." 

      - Mary E. Brescia, R.N.

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Borrelia Burgdorferi Cyst-Form Bacteria

Cell-Wall-Deficient Bacteria

Spirochete Form Bacteria

Borrelia Burgdorferi, the causative bacteria in Lyme Disease, is capable of transforming into three distinct bacterial forms: spirochete, cell-wall-deficient, and cyst. This transformation occurs for the purpose of bacterial survival and proliferation in the human body.  

Each form has different characteristics and vulnerabilities; hence, each form must be treated differently. 

This book provides guidance for treating all three bacterial forms.  You should expect nothing less from a Lyme Disease treatment guidebook―any treatment program that fails to do this is, quite simply, ineffective.

Below is a chart excerpted from Chapter 11 of the book.  This chart summarizes the characteristics of each bacterial form, as well as their appropriate (and inappropriate) treatments.

When beginning Lyme Disease treatment, it is imperative to understand Borrelia Burgdorferi and develop a treatment plan that targets not just the well-known spirochete form of the bacteria, but also the more elusive cyst and cell-wall-deficient forms.


Bacterial forms: characteristics and treatments



Cell-Wall-Deficient (CWD)


Primary bacterial activities and characteristics that facilitate survival

Very mobile. Spiral/drill capable shape allows penetration into dense tissue and bone.  Capable of intracellular infection.  Rapidly converts to CWD and cyst form when threatened.

Lack of cell wall makes targeting by immune system and antibiotics more difficult.  Capable of intracellular infection.  Converts Vitamin D to immunosuppressive hormone known as 1,25-D.  Causes autoimmunity.  Clumps together in dense colonies―inner layers unreachable by antibiotics and immune system.

Dormant form bacteria are not mobile and do not cause symptoms.  Can survive antibiotics, starvation, pH changes, hydrogen peroxide, temperature variation, and most other adverse conditions.  Converts back to spirochete form when conditions are favorable. 


Conventionally recognized Lyme Disease symptoms, i.e., bull's-eye rash, Bell's palsy, flu-like symptoms, fever.

Numerous syndromes and conditions not conventionally attributed to Lyme Disease, i.e., paralysis, multiple sclerosis, mental disorders, chronic fatigue syndrome, "post-Lyme syndrome,” many more.

Does not cause symptoms

Common (yet not fully accurate) beliefs

Causative bacteria in Lyme Disease.

Not recognized or
acknowledged; insignificant bacterial form.

Not recognized or
acknowledged; insignificant bacterial form.

Correct beliefs

Causative bacteria in early-stage Lyme Disease, but not even close to the whole story.

Causative bacteria in many Lyme Disease symptoms and problems. As or more dangerous than spirochete form.  Very difficult to treat.

Responsible for “relapsing and remitting” Lyme Disease.  Can persist unrecognized and asymptomatic for many years. 

Conventional treatment and success rates

Pharmaceutical antibiotics.  Sometimes successful if infection is caught early.  Often causes conversion to CWD and cyst form.

Often misdiagnosed as autoimmune or psychiatric disorders and mistreated with steroids, painkillers, antidepressants.  Symptoms are often deemed idiopathic. Very low success rate.

Asymptomatic so conventionally not treated with anything. Frusteration and confusion experienced by patient and practitioner upon inevitable relapses due to cysts.

Proper treatment (as described in this book) and success rates

Rife machine therapy is the preferred treatment, and is the only known treatment that kills spirochetes and does not induce conversion to CWD and cyst form. Highly successful.

Marshall Protocol is preferred treatment and is typically successful, often leading to remission of “incurable” diseases, ranging from autoimmune diseases to mental disorders to chronic fatigue syndrome.

Cyst form antibiotics (5-nitroimidazoles) are somewhat successful.  Avoidance of cell wall inhibiting antibiotics (e.g. Rocephin) and use of a rife machine (to kill spirochetes that emerge from cysts) is highly successful.


Would you like to learn more before buying the book? Feel free to browse these excerpts, which are available online, free of charge:

Preface ForewordTable of Contents

Index Medical FreedomMarshall Protocol

Lyme Basics Natural AntibioticsSauna 

Spirochete, Cyst, Cell Wall Deficient Forms 


Lyme Disease Bacterial Colony
This Colony Contains All Three Bacterial Forms: 
Spirochete, Cyst, and Cell-Wall-Deficient


The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments: Defeat Lyme Disease With The Best Of Conventional And Alternative Medicine 


367 Pages







“In this helpful book, Bryan Rosner presents 10 new Lyme Disease treatments and enough discussion of the science behind them to put the information in context and make it useful. Whether you are under a doctor's care or going it alone, this book will help you make good decisions so you can get better." 

      - Andrew Hall Cutler, Ph.D., P.E.
        Author of Amalgam Illness: Diagnosis and Treatment
        and Hair Test Interpretation: Finding Hidden Toxicities



"Thorough and brilliant. The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments covers many little-known yet vital topics, including the holistic use of antibiotics, different forms of Lyme bacteria (which require different treatments), enzymes, the Marshall and salt/Vitamin C protocols, and Rife therapy. An important book for laypeople and health practitioners alike."

     - Nenah Sylver, Ph.D. 
       Author of The Handbook of Rife Frequency Healing
The Holistic Handbook of Sauna Therapy




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