I can’t think of a simpler way to explain “what is chronic Lyme disease.” Remember the New England Compounding Center meningitis scandal of 2012? Their injectable steroids were fungally contaminated. They sickened at least 800 people and killed 64…. Read More ›
To recap: The government says women are more likely to get immunosuppression diseases but denies that they are real diseases with a valid biologic cause and says to “treat the symptoms” with pharmaceuticals even though such drugs are contraindicated for, and can even cause death in, this patient population.
OspA on a spirochete, injected by tick, and OspA in LYMErix, injected by syringe, BOTH caused neuro-Lyme, which is post-sepsis syndrome. So they changed the case definition to exclude the neuro cases and get the “vaccine” approved. LYMErix is long gone, but ticks are still maiming people with OspA, and the victims cannot get diagnosed because of the fake testing. End of story.
We have an obligation to both the living and the dead Lyme victims to expose the Lyme Crime for what it is.
“This is a good thing–no, a great thing. It proves that we are doing our job, advocating for patients, and raising their hopes so that when their hopes are dashed again, we will be there to poll them on how it affected their symptoms.”
The real outcome of tick bite infections…is an AIDS like disease, also called post-sepsis syndrome or endotoxin tolerance or immunoparalysis, and is a well known chronic illness outcome, with reactivated latent herpes virus infections of all kinds…We demand this be investigated.
If you had any respect for your profession–your oath–you’d be doing the research. You’d ask yourself, “Self, why are there so many unexplained diseases that feature chronic fatigue, pain and cognitive dysfunction?” But since you don’t ask yourself, we are left to ask Dr. Google.
So, they knew how to diagnose Lyme, and they made a “vaccine” that they knew would cause the disease, and because they knew, they did not use their own, earlier patent, to assess the vaccine outcomes. Cool, huh?