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Listen to the striking interviews of Canadian microbiologist Marianne Middelveen, Dr. Rafael Stricker and as well, Andy Abrahams Wilson, producer of the award winning documentary, Under Our Skin.

Listen to KPFA Flashpoints radio host, Dennis Bernstein, interview Canadian microbiologist Marianne Middelveen, and Dr. Ray Stricker discuss their research indicating Lyme Disease may be a sexually transmitted disease, not unlike it’s cousin, syphilis, another spirochaetal bacteria.  Andy Abrahams Wilson speaks about the creation of his documentary ‘Under Our Skin’, that was shortlisted for an Academy Award, and the surprising findings of information manipulation it exposed.  Listen to startling excerpts from the Under Our Skin film… it will rock you to your bones.  At the end of the radio show you can find out how to support this free speech radio show while also receiving a copy of the wonderful documentary, Under Our Skin.

Continue to follow KPFA Flashpoints for an ongoing series on Lyme Disease, and the harm three decades and more of poor medical leadership and government policy has affected the lives, and livelihoods, of millions of people in the United States, Canada, and around the world.  The for-profit medical money machine has owned health care delivery and research for decades, and now, society (taxpayers) are footing the bill while medical industry executives each buy larger and larger homes on multiple continents.

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  1. I am a lyme positive patient with multiple unidentified co-infections and a lyme positive spouse. I am trying to reach Marianne Middelveen to provide her secure cloud access to photos that may assist her research in her area of interest. These photos show how intra-erythrocytic organisms form up a translucent, cuticle-like object. Any anonymous email account for/from her and she can look at it and see if it will help her.

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