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[Tick Tick Boom everywhere] The number of people in the Netherlands with Lyme’s disease continues to rise and the infection total has quadrupled over the past 20 years, the public health council RIVM said on Monday. In total, 27,000 were diagnosed with Lyme’s last year, a rise of 2,000 on 2014 when the RIVM last reported on the prevalence of Continues →
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 [CanLyme Note: The Canadian system via the Pubic Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) adopted the same corrupted, biased position of the US CDC. Now we need Canadian parliamentarians to do the right thing for the sick. Last year, Health Canada announced there would be a tiny bit of Continues →
CanLyme has questioned the self-policing of physicians for years as it protects bad nonsense – NOW CHANGE MAY HAPPEN? Are our politicians listening?
[CanLyme Note: This is not isolated to Ontario, it is Canada and world-wide. Many provinces and countries have given the right to medical colleges and associations to self-police. The process has been corrupted and abused for years with many doctors given far too light consequences while on the other hand they use self-policing to force doctors to follow bad policy Continues →
[CanLyme Note: Once again, it is the patients, true ethical scientists, and clinicians doing what the governments have refused to do for decades… appropriate research as opposed to the anti-science, anti-patient work of government and medical societies, such as the Infectious Disease Society of America who yield so much control over governments and medical societies internationally. Patients have found that Continues →
Prominent New York-based board-certified neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist calls Lyme disease a human rights concern.
Mar 22, 2018 Dr. Frid is a New York-based board-certified neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist who specializes in infection-induced autoimmune disorders. I first met Dr. Frid in Amsterdam last May, where she was speaking at the Lyme disease awareness event Something Inside So Strong. We had a chance to speak about Lyme disease there and then again at a national Lyme disease awareness Continues →
Lyme disease in Ireland: This is a global threat that is being denied by government bureaucrats around the world who are tied to the United States Center for Disease Control.
Article on Lyme disease sparks calls for awareness campaign March 11, 2018 A UK SCIENTIST, whose daughter contracted Lyme disease in Bantry, says she would like to be part of an Irish awareness campaign on the tick-borne disease. Responding to reports of high rates of the disease in West Cork and South Kerry, detailed recently in The Southern Star, Helga Frost Continues →
March 7th, 2018 JOANNE SEIFF, a resident of Manitoba, contracted Lyme disease a couple of years ago but didn’t remember pulling off the tick that bit her; nor did she have the telltale bullseye rash of a tick bite. Her husband Jeff Marcus, who grew up in New York’s Hudson Valley, about an hour and a half from the eponymous Continues →
Healthcare 2018, 6(1), 16; doi:10.3390/healthcare6010016 Marcus Davidsson Abstract: 1 million people are predicted to get infected with Lyme disease in the USA in 2018. Given the same incidence rate of Lyme disease in Europe as in the USA, then 2.4 million people will get infected with Lyme disease in Europe in 2018. In the USA by 2050, 55.7 million people (12% of Continues →
February 25, 2018 (translated from French)… What happens in the brain of a man who chooses to free himself from the common opinion? Neuroscience has for many years been interested in anti-conformist personalities. The challenge is important because these individuals help to change society and advance science. Among researchers, they are few in questioning the dogmas and take the risk Continues →
February 6th, 2018 On behalf of a growing team of scientists, advocates, and clinicians, we wanted to let you know about a national research network that is taking shape to confront the escalating Lyme disease crisis. The Canadian Lyme Consortium has evolved from the urgent need to accelerate progress in the understanding, detection, and treatment of Lyme disease, and to Continues →
December 29th, A package of state legislation aimed at fighting Lyme and tick-borne diseases is being introduced ahead of the 2018 session by Senator Susan Serino (R, Hyde Park), chairwoman of the Senate’s Lyme Task Force. She teamed up with Senator Kemp Hannon (R, Garden City), chairman of the Senate’s Health Committee, to introduce four bills that they hope will Continues →
December 27th, 2017 Johnny Bower, Canadian hockey legend and amazing humanitarian passed away on December 26th, 2017. He was a hero to so many in the 1960’s and beyond including myself (Jim Wilson, President, CanLyme – a dogged Toronto Maple Leaf fan from about age 7, to today, age 64). How does this relate to Lyme disease? In 2007, Magnotta Continues →
Molecular identification of Borrelia spirochetes in questing Ixodes ricinus from northwestern Spain Published online December 20th, 2107 Pablo Diaz et al ABSTRACT Background Ixodes ricinus, the predominant tick species in Europe, can transmit the causative agents of important human diseases such as Lyme borreliosis (LB), caused by Borrelia spirochetes. In northern Spain, LB is considered endemic; recently, a significant increase of the annual incidence of LB was Continues →
December 22nd, 2017 “Santa needs good reindeer.” That was what Red Jacket High School principal Mark Bracy told Mike Schaertl in early November. Schaertl, a chemistry and physics teacher in the district for the last 20 years, had gone home during his lunch hour to check on his two reindeer, Little Buddy and Moose. Schaertl said Little Buddy had been noticeably lethargic the Continues →
[CanLyme Note: This area is only a short flight to Ontario and Quebec for the migratory birds such as robins, wrens, and finches who carry these infected ticks into your region in the millions each season. Canada is endemic for Lyme disease and our government needs to stop wasting money chasing ticks and start funding research to find out how many Continues →