Bryce Adam Nettle


And we lose another Lyme warrior, passionate bodyboarder Bryce Nettle lost his battle with Lyme disease at age 25.

From the article: The brutal bite of a hidden illness in Australia — Lyme disease

““He lost hope. Life was too hard. He turned 25 on the 3rd of October, and he died on the 17th of November. It was a steady decline of hopelessness. He just didn’t want to be here anymore.”

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Australian Lyme Memorial

Feel free to leave comment below for Bryce or his family.


3 thoughts on “Bryce Adam Nettle”

  1. Bryce’s family,
    My heart goes out to you all; what a handsome young man full of life in that wonderful photo.

    I’ve had chronic lyme disease 47 yrs. last christmas; 35 yrs. MISDIAGNOSED by 40-50 drs; UNACCEPTABLE. Tracking my tick back when/where I was when i got sick; I determined tick came off my folk’s CUT christmas tree. Since then, met many complete families bitten the same way as me!

    My late husband, Jack, passed away 14 months ago. I donated his body to Des Moines, Iowa osteopathic college for medical study by students wanting to become drs.

    They removed his brain which I didn’t know; I pursued having a complete brain autopsy done.

    Nov. 22, 2015, I received this WORLD-BREAKING HISTORY NEWS:

    Jack was 1st person worldwide to have these 2 diseases in his brain:

    BORRELIA/LYME DISEASE and lewy body dementia like the late actor/comedian, robin williams, causing VIOLENT hallucinations!

    Jack’s brain results are being written up as we speak for scientific medical journal publications! I’LL BE 1ST CO-AUTHOR, a non-medical person over the 3 medical background co-authors!!

    I’ve learned also that a few publish these FREE; another 1 that may be publishing his brain results charges $2,000/ARTICLE!! No wonder prompt info doesn’t get out to public; many CAN’T afford $2,000 per journal article to submit them.

    Jack was NEVER diagnosed for either disease. Tracking back when Jack got so sick, he also was bitten 35 yrs. ago from tick on lumber helping his brother build an addition onto their kitchen!

    He died 2 nights after being diagnosed with stage 4 cancer of r. lung & liver areas, but his medical documents show also BONE cancer too not told to me.

    Best wishes to you all; RIP BRYCE from an unknown Iowa patient with the same disease who is very vocal and politically involved in MAKING CHANGES HAPPEN during MY lifetime. I’ll be 67 in March!

  2. Thank you for your article in Sunday’s paper. My son Alec has sero positive Lyme disease as well. He is 9 and fighting with all we have. I am so sorry for your loss. We are in Watermans Bay. your article has truly been heard. Many have pushed to ignore Lyme exist but we know it too well. Alec will continue to be Bryce’s voice here on earth. Thank you again for your bravely sharing his story!

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