Patients forging path of 1980s AIDS activists. They should be heard. MARY BETH PFEIFFER Published March 29, 2019 in The Chronical Herald Four decades after ticks sickened thousands and fomented controversy in the United States, Canada has a unique and precious opportunity. It has the chance to get it right on Lyme disease. It can challenge the truisms that have Continues →
Tag Archives: congenital
Andrew Rankin (firstname.lastname@example.org) May 15th, 2019 A scientist who co-authored a recent Public Health Agency of Canada study on the impact of Lyme disease during pregnancy says the illness can have fatal consequences for a developing fetus if the mother goes untreated. “Miscarriage, newborn death, and newborns with respiratory problems or jaundice have been found to occur,” said American epidemiologist Alison Continues →
Canadian government asked by international Health Equity committee to reverse secretive, harmful, and unethical interference that will affect mothers and children worldwide.
December 22, 2018 Dear Prime Minister Trudeau, Honorable Minister Ginette Petitpas-Taylor, Honorable Minister Jody Wilson-Rebould, Dr. Mithani, Dr. Tam, Honorable Andrew Scheer, Elizabeth May and Jagmeet Singh and Kimberly Elmslie, I am the Director of the Ad Hoc Committee for Health Equity in ICD11 Borreliosis Codes (or Ad Hoc Committee). The Ad Hoc Committee is fully voluntary international group including Continues →
Published in the Chronicle Herald newspaper December 21, 2018 by Jane Bailey The following statement is false. You can only get Lyme disease from a black-legged tick. The next two statements are true. You can pass Lyme disease to your unborn baby. Your baby can suffer very serious adverse outcomes, including from miscarriage, stillbirth, and newborn death, as well as Continues →
BREAKING NEWS: The Public Health Agency of Canada Secretly Implements Global Act Against Children with Congenital Lyme
[CanLyme Note: As a result of the allegations revealed in the below article by Jenna Luche-Thayer, CanLyme wrote the following letter to Canadian leaders, sent December 21st, 2018, “Dear Prime Minister Trudeau, Honorable Minister Ginette Petitpas-Taylor, Honorable Minister Jody Wilson-Rebould, Dr. Mithani, Dr. Tam, Honorable Andrew Scheer, Elizabeth May and Jagmeet Singh, The news that we have received from within the Continues →