IS CHRONIC LYME DEAD AFTER A MONTH OF ANTIBIOTICS?
PHOTO'S SHOWING THE ABILITY OF DIFFERENT LYME STAGES TO SURVIVE IN PROFOUNDLY ADVERSE SETTINGS
Sometimes we talk too much. Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand pages. Thanks to go to (anonymous) (for finding, editing, organizing and compiling), who has been very generous in sharing some amazing pictures showing the profound resilience of Lyme in its different stages. The idea that it is poorly adaptable to both our bodies and to antibiotics is silly. Her photographs should be handed to every physician you are going to see for a Lyme consultation. In fact, hand them to your dentist, podiatrist, urologist, gynecologist and especially to any smarty-pants relative or "friend" that is critical of your seriousness about Lyme.
It is hard to argue with scientific photos of this exceptional quality. Most importantly, they show Lyme is not defeated easily. No doubt some Ivy Tower dreamers and insurance companies (hoping to never pay for long treatments) would like these buried. Thanks again, (anonymous), for helping make this info available to the public. My hope is that insurance companies will not be able to use state boards as their bouncers. The state medical boards attack true Lyme experts, usually physicians whose loved ones failed the simplistic canned answer treatments, and harass doctors that see what these photo's show so clearly in clinical situations. The boards harass doctors with relatives who have suffered horribly and because they are learners and students of Lyme, soon become sought after. Other physicians become jealous and are to impacted and anal to think outside clique medicine, mock them, and assist in the deaths of Lyme patients.
Lyme kills by strokes and heart attacks. It thickens blood and weakens the immune system. Including lowering the cells that attack cancer. It is related to syphilis, but vastly more dangerous.
TO SEE THESE PHOTOS CLICK HERE: Lyme Disease: Survival in Adverse Conditions.
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