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infections

Diagnosis and Integrative Treatment of Intracellular Bacterial Infections

Clinical Practice of Alternative Medicine 2000;1(2):92-102.
 Official journal of the American College of Advancement in Medicine

 

Role of Mycoplasmal Infections in Fatigue Illnesses

Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Microbiology) 2000; 6(3/4): 23-39.

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     The information in this website is not intended to replace a rheumatology textbook nor be a complete update of the rheumatology scientific literature.  It should not be misconstrued as personal medical advice.  Rather, it portrays Dr. Al Robert Franco's interests in the field of rheumatology, namely, the interrelationship between infections and rheumatic diseases and how this applies to the treatment of arthritis.

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What Is Dr. Franco's Interest In The Field of Rheumatology?

     Dr. Franco believes that infections trigger different forms of arthritis.  These infections are caused by various micro-organisms that include bacteria, mycoplasma, viruses and parasites. They may trigger rheumatoid arthritis, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus, scleroderma, dermato/polymyositis, reactive arthritis/post infectious arthritis, and others.

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     The information in this website is not intended to replace a rheumatology textbook nor be a complete update of the rheumatology scientific literature. It should not be misconstrued as personal medical advice. Rather, it portrays Dr. Al Robert Franco's interests in the field of rheumatology, namely, the interrelationship between infections and rheumatic diseases and how this applies to the treatment of arthritis.

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     *The information in this website is not intended to replace a rheumatology textbook nor be a complete update of the rheumatology scientific literature.  It should not be misconstrued as personal medical advice.  Rather, it portrays Dr. Al Robert Franco's interests in the field of rheumatology, namely, the interrelationship between infections and rheumatic diseases and how this applies to the treatment of arthritis.