The effect of artesunate on short-term memory in Lyme borreliosis

    J S Hakkarainen-Smith
    J S Hakkarainen-Smith

    Medical hypotheses, Volume 105, 2017, Pages 4-5.

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    Abstract:

    Lyme borreliosis is associated with memory deficits. While this may be related to cerebral infection by Borrelia bacteria, it may also be caused by concomitant co-infection by Babesia protozoa. The anti-malarial artemisinin-derivative artesunate has been shown to be effective against a number of Babesia species and to have efficacy agains...More

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