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Tell CNN You Want Them To Cover the Lyme Disease Rally in Washington DC on May 25th!

Tell CNN You Want Them To Cover the Lyme Disease Rally in Washington DC on May 25th!

This epidemic has been ignored by the mainline media for too long. This is a major news making issue, yet it continues to be ignored. We are tired of being shrugged off, our illnesses are real and extended.

Click the link, then click ‘this belongs on CNN’.  Leave a comment if you wish.

This controversial issue needs to be on the forefront; like yesterday! Why don’t you think it’s important? Afraid it won’t be newsworthy?  If you researched this issue, you would be shocked and appalled to to learn that a whole generation of medical professionals we rely on for help DENY this disease exists chronically.

The worst part, the statistics for reporting this disease are flawed and some southern states have carefully coached and drilled their doctors that “WE  don’t have Lyme in AR-TX-LA-OK-MS-AL-GA-FL and so on….It is a bald faced lie!!!  Why are our medical professionals NOT being told the truth!  Why has the CDC restricted them so…what do they have to hide!!!?

You must cover this event.


Rebellion at the NYC Lyme Rally!

Rebellion at the NYC Lyme Rally!

Click on the link above in red!  I wanted you guys to read this really precise and explanatory explanation from someone who was at the New York City rally on May 10th.  The complete Lyme controversy is included in this article, as well as explanations as to why there has been such a denial.  This is an article to pin and save for your records.


Uproar over Lyme disease article changes medical journal’s stance

Uproar over Lyme disease article changes medical journal’s stance

Editor in Chief Joseph Alpert, M.D. didn’t know what he was getting himself into when he innocently posted a YouTube video promoting an article in the March, 2013 issue of the American Journal of Medicine (AJM) that asserts that chronic Lyme disease doesnt exist. Dr. Alpert initially claimed that the article entitled, “Common Misconceptions About Lyme Disease” debunked the whole notion of chronic Lyme. He made this assertion despite the fact that the article merely reviews existing Lyme literature rather than presenting any new research. He went on to accuse Lyme patients suffering from ongoing symptoms of actually having a psychiatric illness. Alpert typically gets 20 to 30 views of his AJM YouTube reviews but this one received over 800 and had hundreds of comments from irate Lyme patients. Managing Editor Pamela Powers Hannley admitted that there has “been, much furor over the AJM YouTube video.”