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 ›
ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia, GWI, Autism
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.
Naturally, they have reacted by freaking out and joining forces, themselves. Gone are the days of Lyme “researchers” working in a bubble to trash Lyme victims and CFS “researchers” working in their own bubble to trash their victims separately. Now they must work together in one giant bubble to ensure that their lies are compatible. Never before has science been so unscientific. And they accuse us of hysterics.
We’re taking over medical science and science reporting. BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION: “Science,” “doctors” and the “journals” all defaulted. They left medicine up to the American Psychiatric Association and the DSM, and look what it got us. In the United… Read More ›
Who woulda thought that Anthony Komaroff would spill the beans on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome just two days before CDC’s fiasco of a webinar on the next (non)generation of OspA vaccines? Add to that the CDC’s admission that Lyme is about… Read More ›
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 17, 2015 Washington, D.C., May 17, 2015: Medical abuse-victims’ rights group Society for Advancement of Scientific Hermeneutics (SASH), announces its Occupy the USDOJ protest beginning June 1, in Washington, D.C. This Occupy movement, led by a… Read More ›
I learned something new this week. This little thing we like to call “chronic Lyme” that’s actually post-sepsis syndrome (according to the NIH), is also called “immunoparalysis.” And the really great thing about that is, the research goes back to… Read More ›