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CDC Debunked

CDC Debunked!

I suppose that some things that the CDC says can be chalked up to a “technicality.” For example, when they say Lyme …

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Tick borne infections research

Research Links and Publications

Lyme As Related To Other Diseases ‘Water on the knee’ could be early sign of Lyme disease Atrophosclerodermic manifestations of lyme borreliosis …

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Is Lyme Disease Sexually Transmitted?

Is Lyme Sexually Transmitted?

“There is always some risk of getting Lyme disease from a tickbite in the woods, but there may be a bigger risk …

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steroids and lyme

Antibiotics and Steroids by John Drulle

From: Lyme Disease 1991:  Patient/Physician Perspectives from the U.S. and Canada Lora Mermin, editor by John Drulle, M.D.     “Corticosteroids, or steroids …

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Formation of ‘dormant’ Borrelia stages

Click Here to go to Full Article, Pictures and Video Leandro Lemgruber1, Christiane Brenner2, Misha Kudryashev3, Yuri Abud4, Celso Sant’Anna4, Reinhard Wallich2, …

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New Bartonella Research May 2012

Abstract Bartonella spp. infection has been reported in association with an expanding spectrum of symptoms and lesions. Among 296 patients examined by …

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Tom Grier~ Microbiologist

Tom Grier is a microbiologist. He is also a Lyme patient. First diagnosed in 1990 with MS, he later figured out he actually …

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lyme and autism

Autism and Lyme

Autism and Lyme Links More and more children with Lyme Disease are being diagnosed with autism, and vice  versa. Is there a …

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