Does Lyme Disease Cause Autism? Proving Congenital Transmission

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AUTISM
FETAL brain
BORRELIA burgdorferi
BRANSFIELD, Robert
Geographic Terms:RED Bank (N.J.)
NEW Jersey

Abstract:The article discusses the presence of maternal autoantibodies to fetal brain presents an elevated risk for autism. The presence of particular anti-fetal antibodies to mothers during pregnancy might be a possible trigger to have an effect on neurodevelopment heading to autism. Robert Bransfield of Red Bank, New Jersey stated that presenting bands discovered in Borrelia burgdorferi as maternally obtained antibodies known to cause autism presents evidence of congenital transmission.

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