Sunday, January 15, 2012

4 Admin Update: Comments on Embers Research; Site Changes Coming

Quick update here from Camp Other:

First, I've finally written some comments on select excerpts from Embers et al's most recent publication, Persistence of Borrelia burgdorferi in Rhesus Macaques following Antibiotic Treatment of Disseminated Infection.

Read more here:

Second, I'm looking to overhaul the site in the coming days. So expect some changes - possibly major changes - as I want to streamline Camp Other blog. Comments are welcome on the process as it unfolds.

Over and out...


  1. Well this is certainly interesting. When I opened up your website just now, I am greeted with a small black and white "censored" banner in the top right hand corner of the screen.

    We know you are doing something right!!! ;)

    1. Anonymous,

      Ha. Yes, I am doing my level best to publish the truth, and I run the risk of getting censored. Click on it for more information, if you don't know what today (January 18) is about.

      Or go here:

      Or here:

      for more information.

  2. I think it's probably inappropriate to refer to this study as "Barthold research." The proponent and PI for most of this work was Mario Philipp of the Tulane Primate Research Center, and the first author of the paper, Monica Embers, also hails from Tulane.

  3. Anonymous,

    Thank you for pointing this out. While most people in the Lyme disease patient community are referring to this paper as Barthold's research, you are correct - Embers is first author and should get primary credit. Noted, and changing titles.


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