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Prof Trevor Marshall
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 Posted: Wed May 17th, 2006 13:37
Professor Yoshinobu Eishi, MD, DMSc, PhD, of the Tokyo Medical and Dental University, arguably the pre-eminent Sarcoidosis researcher in Japan, has agreed to join us at the conference. He will deliver a presentation describing his own 26 years of research into the bacterial pathogenesis of Sarcoidosis.

Prof Eishi graduated from the Tokyo Medical and Dental University in 1978. After completing a medical science doctorate in pathology at that university, he received a PhD in immunology from the John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University. He has worked in the Human Pathology and Surgical Pathology Departments, Tokyo Medical and Dental University since 1986 where he holds the position of Associate Professor. He began his immunopathological investigation into the etiology of Sarcoidosis using lymph node biopsy materials in 1980. The results of Professor Eishi’s research over the past 26 years have led him to the conclusion that Sarcoidosis is caused by Propionibacterium acnes and that it is the intracellular proliferation of cell-wall-deficient forms of this endogenous bacterium that triggers sarcoid granulomatous inflammation in genetically predisposed individuals.

I don't think I need to tell you how important it is for us to explain to Professor Eishi what we have done, and listen to what he has to tell us. Despite what Dr Marc Judson has said, the disease Sarcoidosis in Japan is exactly the same as the disease Sarcoidosis in America. Yet the diagnosis profile is different, for example, the majority of initial diagnoses are made after eye examination, and not after chest xrays.

This will be a watershed conference in bringing together the best from multiple International cultures. It is important that all of us do our best to get to LAX.

There is a new version of the brochure, which can be downloaded from
http://www.autoimmunityresearch.org/2006_lax_arf.pdf

..Trevor..

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 Posted: Wed May 17th, 2006 14:34
Guest from Japan ? WooW Dr Marshall You have really talent to organise international conferences. In Chicago Dr Andy Wright from Great Britain ,now Japan. . BTW the broshure looks the same for me now, maybe my DNS server did not refresh it yet.

nice photo of propionibacterium acne
http://luskiewnik.strefa.pl/acne/propionibacterium_acnes_files/propioni.jpeg

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 Posted: Wed May 17th, 2006 15:20
Wrotek

Open the PDF file:)

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 Posted: Wed May 17th, 2006 15:39
now it works :)



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 Posted: Wed May 17th, 2006 15:42
Thanks, Grace, I put the wrong link there. We wanted to get the brochure rewritten first, as that is the one going out to Doctors, etc. The webpage will be updated tomorrow morning

Wrotek - nope, wrong, those pictures of Propionibacterium acnes are not of the L-form, only an in-vitro culture (in a petrie dish). Prof Eishi is (also) convinced it is the intracellular L-form which does the damage. These primarily exist in-vivo, in the human host

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 Posted: Wed May 17th, 2006 15:58
Wrotek, the Keynote address is still Dr Cantwell and that really does belong on the front cover, but you can see Dr Eishi is a dominant figure on the Speakers page. I also noticed his 10am Sunday "Guest Speaker" time.

Agreed, Wrotek, there really is a great international pattern from one conference to the next. I'm so glad I booked early for this one, and that I'm bringing someone with me. The opportunity to see this live is a must.

I also had sent the brochure to people when it first came out, (actually had printed off the internet page when it first went up) but I think this is an important enough change that I'm going to send this brochure out a second time with a reminder that this is history in the making.



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 Posted: Wed May 17th, 2006 21:39
Wow, prof. Eishi has 86 papers on his name in pubmed, he really is an enrichment to the conference. Congrats to the staff for getting him aboard!

http://tinyurl.com/m3xcy

Sincerely, Frans



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 Posted: Thu May 18th, 2006 11:01
Maybe Professor Eischi will present photos of smaller Propionibacterium Acne forms to compare with larger ones :)
The idea that bacteria can actually be small as viruses (like Dr Mattman said in the beginning of Her Chicago Presentation) is totally science fiction for most medical proffesionals. It they are now i start to wonder can they me smaller then viruses :D

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 Posted: Fri May 19th, 2006 14:05
If you have time to respond Trevor, you stated that in Japan:

"the majority of initial diagnoses are made after eye examination, and not after chest xrays."

Do you know what they 'see' in the eyes?

TIA,
Jillian

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 Posted: Fri May 19th, 2006 14:21
Hello Jillian,

I happened to recently ask this question of an opthalmologist I am acquainted with. He said one thing they see is "mutton fat" granulomatous formations.

Catlady

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 Posted: Fri May 19th, 2006 21:24
We desperately need more opthalmologists who are familiar with cell wall deficient bacteria and know how to recognize it when they see it.

The passing of Dr. Emil Wirostko was truly a tragedy.  He saved my eyesight and the eyesight of many of his patients because he knew what he was looking at. His photographs of mycoplasma/mollucites/cell wall deficient bacteria are present on this site.

I am truly convinced that many of the diagnosis' of glaucoma, cataracts or anything to do with a build up of pressure or inflammation in the eye are misdiagnosed today and instead of patients being given antibiotics are instead given drops to reduce the pressure which is little more than just suppressing the disease process therefore allowing it to flourish.

What can be done to encourage doctors/opthalmologists to entertain this as we know it to be fact?    

Japan has the right idea initially using the eyes to make the diagnosis. How can we make these changes in this country??

DianeC   

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 Posted: Mon May 22nd, 2006 02:29
AHA!  I am having another "aha! moment" here.  You can see by my signature line that I have had "eye irritation" as an un-explained symptom for several years now.  It brought me to the eye-doctor, who gave me a thorough exam and diagnosed angle-closure glaucoma. At the time I was grateful that my (still un-diagnosed) niggling eye irritation had brought me to the exam. Now, I am NOT arguing the diagnosis, because my angles were certainly closing and I have had successful laser surgery to relieve pressure, which no doubt has prevented inevitable blindness!  However, I'll bet the cause of angle-closure would be (in my case anyway) Th1 inflammation.

What I have read about angle-closure glaucoma has not mentioned any connection to bacterial infection. In general literature about it, the cause of angle closure is usually not explored.  Just something like "angle closure is caused by narrowing of the opening angle" which is like saying darkness is caused by absence of light or falling is caused by gravity.

As you might expect, even though my IOP has been fixed by the laser treatment, my chronic, mild eye-irritation continues. I hadn't mentioned the glaucoma before because I didn't realise it was actually related to the irritation! (neither have the eye-doctors :shock:)  I can't wait to discuss this at my next eye-exam!

Does anyone else on the MP have angle-closure glaucoma? Let's get some statistics, please.

:cool:Claudia

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 Posted: Mon May 22nd, 2006 05:31
Hello Claudia:),

I see that you are from Australia and not the US.  I just replied to your PM.  Yes, we definitely have to find more opthalmologists who are willing to explore the bacterial cause of all kinds of inflammatory eye conditions and I do believe that glaucoma falls in that category:(

Nice to hear from you:cool:

DianeC 

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 Posted: Mon May 22nd, 2006 10:24
You may be interested in the Information at EYE INFLAMMATION and Th1 diseases esp this link. thanks, Barb ...



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