The official case definition of Lyme disease, since the 1994 CDC Dearborn conference, is an autoimmune arthritic knee. Allen Steere knowingly and intentionally threw out the “seronegative” cases to narrow the definition to the approximately 15% of cases that have… Read More ›
Harvey, an elf who asked that we use only his first name, expressed dismay at the duo’s ignorance of a disease for which they have long claimed to be experts and advocates. “We’ve had some elves hit hard by Lyme. It’s tough when you have so much occupational exposure to ticks while caring for reindeer in the off season.”
More than 40 years into the tragedy of Lyme disease, those of us whose lives have been destroyed by it ask ourselves, “Is this another Tuskegee?” By all accounts, yes. It is an institutional form of murder. An accepted thing…not subject to review.
If you have Lyme disease and ever wondered why the tests suck, you need to watch the film, “The Bleeding Edge.” https://www.netflix.com/title/80170862 It explains how medical device manufacturers get away with putting harmful devices on the market through FDA 510(k)… Read More ›
So, it doesn’t really matter if you get injected with OspA, OspC, OspXYZ; if they’re all triacylated, that means you’re screwed. And what these triacyl lipoproteins DO is not pretty.
What you tell the Feds who are responsible for protecting the blood supply and assume that their colleagues are honest humans who know how to do their job: I wanted to make you aware of an issue that profoundly affects… Read More ›
Some staff are intimidated and pressed to do things they know are not right. We have representatives from across the agency that witness this unacceptable behavior. It occurs at all levels and in all of our respective units. These questionable and unethical practices threaten to undermine our credibility and reputation as a trusted leader in public health.