Did biowarfare cause Lyme disease and other illnesses of our time? This book is a startling history of “biowarfare” as it relates to the emergence of the modern diseases of our era. Learn how the diseases of the past century may hold clues to many well-known medical issues of today including AIDS, Lyme disease, Alzheimer’s, Cancers, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Diabetes, Chronic Fatigue, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Fibromyalgia, Autism, ADD, Morgellan’s, and many more. Learn what insects, pollutants, insect releases, biowarfare testing, the chemical and nuclear age, and engineered microbes and agriculture have to do with human epidemic diseases. Absolutely novel theories on the origin of HIV/AIDS, Lyme disease, and other illnesses are presented which have never before been postulated or published! There is also discussion on the biological control of vertebrates, infertility, mutant bacteriae, fluorides, prions, retroviruses, contaminated cell lines and blood products, and the reactivation of important viruses. This fascinating book provides startling new evidence that will undoubtedly lead to paradigm shifts in thinking about the origins of important infectious diseases, provide helpful clues to new curative treatments; and hints at the roles that industry and government may have played in the emergence of diseases and denied illnesses. Discover the truth behind public health “protections,” GMOs, vaccines, biologically altered foods, applied insecticides like “Bt” and its relationship to anthrax, as well as industry tools, toxic pollutants, bioremediation, natural resources, Eugenics, regulations, patented technologies, and chemical and biological weapons of warfare that have been deployed to protect us from insects of medical, agricultural, and veterinary importance. This book will challenge readers to rethink “conspiracy” theories about the origins of illness using the controversial Lyme disease as a model. It also provides an intricate glimpse into some of the roles that the biotech, pharmaceutical, and agricultural industries have played over the past century and a half in influencing medicine. Learn how infectious diseases are being denied by some academic scientists who research same; and by some medical professionals among whom are the eyes and ears of the public health services and who may be controlling the information flow about important diseases due to private agendas. Discover also the intensely political arena that global medicine has become today due to an obvious shift from human rights toward industrial rights; and the role that government policy, the insurance industry, multinationals, and even the media are playing in facilitating the global denial of patient illnesses. By the author of leading books on Lyme disease, whose work was part of an historic anti-trust investigation into medical guidelines for Lyme disease and an award-winning medical documentary film. Completely updated and revised edition.