Category Archives: Voices on Lyme

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Montreal: Lyme disease cases on the rise in Quebec

[CanLyme Note: The numbers reported in this article are only the tip of the iceberg. You can safely multiply the 371 in 2019 at least 10 fold (3710 cases in Quebec alone for only one year) to reflect the true number and that is well known to the Quebec medical leadership who advise government. It is well known to the rest Continues →

Manitoba: ‘Virtual clinic’ of specialists focused on Lyme disease diagnosis, treatment expected to open early next year

[CanLyme Note: Patient representatives and their experts have been directly involved in the set up for this project in Manitoba so we are very hopeful this can evolve into a model of care Canada-wide that is so desperately needed.] November 11th, 2019 Program will connect primary health providers, patients to specialists to help treat tick-borne illnesses   Winter may be around Continues →

Canada: Lyme disease the cause behind young man’s heart issue

Nov. 5th, 2019 Jason Baum doesn’t look like the kind of guy who would have a pacemaker. For one thing, he’s just 27-years old. He’s also a competitive weight lifter. But just last month, he had one implanted to help his heart maintain a regular rhythm. Jason’s journey began mid-summer when he started to feel flu-ish and weak. He tested Continues →

CBC News: Yarmouth horse owner spreads word about little-known tick-borne disease

Nov. 5th, 2019 A Yarmouth, N.S., horse owner wants others to know about anaplasma, a tick-borne disease that her horse, Sloane, contracted before Halloween. “If you see swollen legs on your horse, it means something, do something,” said Sarah LeBlanc, Sloane’s owner. Anaplasma causes serious fevers, loss of appetite and swollen and painful limbs. If a fever is left untreated, it can lead to Continues →

1990 archive, MacLean’s magazine: A growing menace

[CanLyme Note: Here we are 30 years later since the formation of the Lyme Borreliosis Society of BC, later rolled into CanLyme, and our government funded agencies with their bureaucrats collude with private medical associations (IDSA, AMMI, CPS), pharma, and medical insurers to deny access to appropriate diagnosis and care to hundreds of thousands. Our elected officials in Canada still Continues →

Watch TV news series on Lyme disease…. Lyme and Reason

  Segment 1  LYME AND REASON: THE CAUSE AND CONSEQUENCE OF LYME DISEASE Segment 2 LYME AND REASON: BATTLES AND BREAKTHROUGHS AGAINST LYME Segment 3 LYME & REASON 2.0: LYME DISEASE & THE VOICES OF CHANGE Segment 4 LYME & REASON: THE POWER OF INNOVATION Segment 5 LYME & REASON: DR. KRISTEN HONEY

New York State Grants Approval for IGeneX’s Newly Developed Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever (TBRF) ImmunoBlot Tests

[CanLyme Note: New York State has one of the strictest certification and approval processes in North America for laboratory tests.  Canadian medical authorities have done nothing but lie about, criticize and malign Igenex for many years based upon opinion not science, simply because Canadians were turning to Igenex for better testing. Igenex has helped thousands of sick Canadians get their life Continues →

United States: White House shows lack of concern for tick-borne disease outbreak. Funding withdrawn. Voter base will suffer.

The Hill,  October 1st, 2019 “Clark said he considered the end of the advisory board a “great loss” to the federal government, pointing to the group’s final white paper on the role of invasive species in tick-borne illnesses as an example of their important work. “This was specifically requested by the Defense Department because there is concern that a severe Continues →

Canadian Cycling Magazine: Ticks and Lyme disease: What you need to know

With tick-borne illnesses on the rise in many parts of Canada, prevention is key for cyclists riding through the forest by Anne Francis  September 29, 2019 If you’ve ever had, or known someone who’s had Lyme disease, you know it’s no picnic–symptoms may resemble the flu (nausea, fever, chills, swollen glands, or a rash), and can be debilitating. And with tick-borne Continues →

LETTER: Ethics of science must factor in fight against Lyme disease

September 20, 2019 To Dr. Ryan’s credit he has expressed interest in seeing Lyme and tick-borne disease prevention introduced in the early grades in the school system. Unfortunately this hasn’t happened, likely due to opposition from Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s Chief Medical Officer of Health who has a long history of downplaying, trivializing the disease and recently gaining international Continues →

Lyme disease is out of control, officials say

September 15, 2019 PUTNAM VALLEY – The incidence of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses is frightening since more than 400,000 new cases of Lyme have been reported across the United States with 98,000 cases confirmed in New York State. State Senator Susan Serino (R, Hyde Park) and Putnam Valley Supervisor Sam Oliverio recently hosted a forum at Putnam Valley Continues →

Review of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence in UK guidelines for Lyme disease

[CanLyme Note: NICE in the UK, similar to the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is given statutory distinction.  NICE published Lyme disease guidelines using their legislated privilege.  In Canada, the Association of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (AMMI) and PHAC have openly supported the NICE guidelines. PHAC regularly abuses its legislated privilege and AMMI continually makes misleading false statements to Continues →