Where and How to Get Tested

2005 Katherine Poehlmann, Ph.D.


International air travel, immigration, imports of foreign goods, newly emerging insect-borne threats Ė all these factors play a role in weakening the immune systemís ability to cope with bacterial/viral/fungal infections. Ingesting too much sugar and processed foods

makes it easy for infections to thrive.


By the time a child is two years old, s/he has received an average of 22 vaccinations and is exposed to countless infections. Incidents of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis are on the rise. JRA is the result of mycoplasmal infection.


The Mycoplasma Registry has compiled an excellent list of resources worldwide: testing labs, medical doctors, and specific strains to target. Go to www.thepowerhour.com/news/mycoplasma_testing.htm to find out more about Polymerase Chain Reaction tests. These tests, when properly done, can zero in on specific strains of Mycoplasma, Borrelia, Brucellosis