Lyme Disease Community
Blows the Whistle on Corruption
Within the CDC:
An article from Truth-out.org.
“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently announced that rather than 30,000 new cases
of Lyme disease each year in the United States, there are likely 300,000. What the CDC failed to explain is why it’s taken them so long to acknowledge that Lyme disease has reached epidemic proportions.
The Lyme disease community has been battling for years to get the CDC to admit that Lyme disease is a mass public health crisis. Meanwhile, the CDC itself has been informally saying since 2004 that Lyme disease is probably 6 to 12 times more prevalent than the reported cases. Why then have they suddenly decided to formally acknowledge these higher rates?…”
Read the entire article here at Truth-Out.org! It will blow your socks off and explain every aspect of the corruption that is ever present in the very government entities we rely on.
Meet Logan…..he’s been walking the Appalachian trail for weeks now to raise Lyme Disease Awareness. This video is, by far, one of the best so far. He is debunking the mainline myths about Lyme disease and describes it in a way that is very easy to understand.
Follow Logan’s journey here: https://www.facebook.com/logan.mcculloch.33?fref=ts
From Discover magazine.
Earlier this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that Lyme disease is 10 times more prevalent than previously reported, with some 300,000 sufferers across the U.S. As a result, more true Lyme cases should be recognized in the Northeast, Midwest and West. But much of the United States, including the Southeast, has been left out of the equation despite emerging evidence that Lyme or a Lyme-like infection may be present there as well.
Plot where you think you encountered an infected tick and in 100 words or less, tell us about your experience (or your pet’s experience) with tick-borne illness, including any diagnosis, symptoms and what kind of tick it was. For the full story on Lyme and Lyme-like infection in the U.S., visit DiscoverMagazine.com/Lyme
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