Recently a paper from the University of Bath , England found
a 1000 fold increase in the replication rate of MRSA in the presence of Ameoba.
A symbiotic relation ship seemed to exist.
In 1955 Dr. Gentile published this paper(pdf)
on the cure of an agressive skin infection with a primative treatment for ameoba.
The information for this cure of an out of control bacterial style infection came
from a French paper that had used ameoba treatment for similar situations.
As with the recent discovery of heliobacter as the cause of stomach ulcers, Just
because you can't culture something does not mean it is not there. The cure could
be right under our noses.
Is is safe to use flagyl prophilactically with common antibiotic regimens against
MRSA infections? Can the effectiveness be measured or infered by some known standard?