What's the treatment for somebody with whipples disease?

Antibiotics. You need long term antibiotics to cure any infections of the central nervous system and brain. Usually IV antibiotic followed by an oral abtibiotic for up to a year! sometimes symptoms come back during the treatment and antibiotic change might be needed. Dietary supplements also might be necessary due to malabsorption.
Antibiotics. Whipple disease is an extremely rare bacterial disease characterized by fever, diarrhea, fatty-stools and profound weight loss. It is treated with long courses (months, even a year or more) of antibiotics to eradicate the bugs. Even still, it has a 10% relapse rate.