Tag Archives: denial

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 →

To Hell and Back: denial of access to health care in Canada. Another disgraceful failure of the Public Health Agency of Canada, now a Human Rights issue

June 19th, 2018 This is another example of the disgraceful anti-science, anti-collaborative management of health care in Canada. Federal and provincial health authorities, devoid of oversight by patients and their experts have total disregard for the life and well being of untold thousands of Canadians whose numbers are growing annually. Holding meeting after meeting with no progress, no action plan, no Continues →

Doctors Who Treat Chronic and Rare Illnesses: Quacks or Heroes?

March 1, 2017 David Michael Conner The Huffington Post “Many readers of my writing know that I have spent the better part of a decade navigating a gauntlet of medical practitioners who are so “inside the box” of conventional practice, over a dozen specialists sent me into a state of alarm and then pulled the rug out from under me—over Continues →

Lyme disease patient living in her car after being discharged from Banff hospital

July 6th, 2016, Colette Derworiz, Calgary Herald CANMORE — A Canmore woman with Lyme disease has been sleeping in her car since being discharged from a Banff hospital due to what she believes is a political response to the illness. Sarah Hutchison, 46, said front-line staff at Banff Mineral Springs Hospital treated her well, but believes she’s been mistreated by the health-care system while facing Continues →

Lyme disease sufferers looking for more help from Canadian medical system

Chris Thompson, Windsor Star Published on: May 27, 2016 Two years ago Francesca Ventimiglia was a healthy a vibrant aerobics instructor teaching as many as three classes a day. Today she is wheelchair-bound, unable to walk, her sight and hearing impaired. She also had her breasts removed from a misdiagnosis of cancer. Ventimigla has Lyme disease, a tick-borne illness that Continues →

Tuskegee Part 2 – Lyme disease – A far larger fraud?

The Tuskgegee experiment that started in the 1930’s ruined over 600 people’s lives who had syphilis, a spirochetal infection like Lyme disease who unknowlingly had antibiotics withheld from them by being given placebos. “The Tuskegee Syphilis Study, cited as “arguably the most infamous biomedical research study in U.S. history,” “ Here in this speech, Lyme disease is said to be Part 2 of Continues →