Corkscrew Infections of the Brain and Spine, Real Estate Values, and the Biggest Worldwide Fraud out of Connecticut.
There are too many big name, powerful people that will lose everything, including their freedom, if the this massive crime is really exposed.
Report crimes to official criminals, expect retaliation, expect to be arrested, expect being locked away in a mental hospital of prison.Proof:
Syphilis is a spirochetal disease as is Lyme. There hasn’t been any real improvement in the treatment of this corkscrew brain and spine infection in over 100 years. Please check out this link:
(Paul Ehrlich, and salvarsan for Neurosyphilis- no improvement in the treatment of spirochetal diseases over 100 years)
It was “WELL-KNOWN” that spirochetal diseases were permanent infections of the brain before Yale and Allen Steere got ahold of “Lyme disease”:
Jay Sanford, Uniformed Services University School of Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland, Page 391, The Biology of Parasitic Spirochetes, 1976
"The ability of the borrelia, especially tick-borne strains to persist in the brain and in the eye after treatment with arsenic or with penicillin or even after apparent cure is well known (1). The persistence of treponemes after treatment of syphilis is a major area which currently requires additional study (3,5,10,11).”
Mark Klempner (now a provost at BU and head of a CDC bioweapons lab in Boston) discovers that the biggest gun antibiotic, ceftriaxone, does not kill all the spirochetes:
Mark Klempner discovers that Lyme borreliosis is a brain-damaging illness, and a specific marker for the enzyme that degrades the nervous system:
Mark Klempner discovers that there is a genetic link to the Multiple Sclerosis presentation of Lyme disease:
Mark Klempner (and UCONN) later said Lyme was hypochondria:
The “Infectious Diseases Society of America” are a clueless assholes, and think they can provide no references for their spin, or else cite the literature that is 180 degrees from what is “WELL-KNOWN” above: (The following writer is an Infectious Disease Writer and is lying.)The July 31 Other Opinion article by Dr. Raphael B. Stricker is filled with inaccuracies and misleading information that can only contribute to the public's misunderstanding and unfounded fears about Lyme disease.
For example, the "small group of scientists" whom Dr. Stricker states are impeding effective treatments for the disease is in fact the 8,000-member Infectious Diseases Society of America, the nation's largest professional association of infectious disease experts. Ironically, it is Dr. Stricker who represents "a small group of scientists." The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society, of which he is president, has approximately 200 members, many of whom have a vested interest in promulgating long-term treatment for Lyme disease because they make their living off such treatment. Here's what else Courant readers need to know:
The IDSA Clinical Practice Guidelines for Lyme disease, which Dr. Stricker dismisses, were developed by a panel of world-renowned experts in Lyme disease, doctors who are researchers and who regularly treat Lyme disease patients. The guidelines were created based on stringent rules of evidence-based medicine, which includes a thorough and objective review of published scientific research. This comprehensive review also included research submitted by members of Dr. Sticker's organization. The guidelines undergo a rigorous peer review and must ultimately be approved by the IDSA board of directors, who are all infectious-disease specialists and leaders in the field.
Despite claims that many people suffer from "chronic Lyme disease," a thorough review of published research reveals no credible scientific evidence that the disease persists after appropriate antibiotic treatment indicated in the IDSA guidelines.
There is valid scientific evidence documenting that more than 50 percent of patients diagnosed with "chronic Lyme disease" never actually had any form of Lyme disease. In one published scientific study, the majority of such patients were found to have conditions that, because of the misdiagnosis of chronic Lyme disease, were not properly diagnosed or treated.
In fact, Lyme disease is a tick-borne bacterial infection. In the vast majority of cases (95 percent to 98 percent), the disease is successfully treated with a two-week course of oral antibiotics. A small number of patients may require longer treatment of up to one month. These facts are supported overwhelmingly by the most current published studies.
There are a very few patients treated for Lyme disease who continue to have symptoms after the recommended treatment. The long-term antibiotic therapy advocated by Dr. Stricker and his colleagues can endanger these individuals, cause needless suffering and may promote the development of drug-resistant "superbugs."
We encourage anyone who is diagnosed with so-called chronic Lyme disease to get a second opinion. We strongly advise that people with Lyme disease avoid long-term antibiotic treatment, which is ineffective, costly and potentially very dangerous.
IDSA members have been at the forefront of preventing and treating Lyme disease. Our singular mission is to find out what is best for patients. We believe that our guidelines represent the best that science has to offer.
For reliable, scientific-based information on Lyme disease, we would direct your readers to sources such as the websites of the American College of Physicians (www.acponline.org) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (www.cdc.gov), as well as that of IDSA (www.idsociety.org).
Martin J. Blaser, M.D.
Infectious Diseases Society of America
Your tax dollars at work.First Lyme and Syphilis are very serious and well-known to be incurable, chronic infections of the brain, and suddenly viola! None of this history of research occurred. In fact, Paul Ehrlich is a figment of Lyme patients’ imagination.
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Plum Island, the Bio-Weapons Research Center below Connecticut above the land mass of Long Island, New York:
USDA and DHS Working Together
At the Plum Island Animal Disease Center, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has an important job.
We work to protect farm animals, farmers and ranchers, the nation's farm economy and export markets... and your food supply.
Plum Island is located off the northeastern tip of New York's Long Island. USDA activities at Plum Island are carried out by scientists and veterinarians with the department's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS).
We're proud of our role as America's first line of defense against foreign animal diseases.
We're equally proud of our safety record. Not once in our nearly 50 years of operation has an animal pathogen escaped from the island.
In 2003 the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) joined us on the island, taking responsibility for the safety and security of the facility.