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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 →

‘I don’t wish this on my worst enemy’: Caledon-area woman says Canada’s medical system is failing people living with Lyme disease

Oct. 2, 2018 Caledon Enterprise newspaper Janice Barry was at a vet office in Alliston with her dog when a poster caught her eye. It listed the symptoms of Lyme disease in dogs. It sounded familiar. For over a year, the former Caledon resident had been experiencing flu-like symptoms — daily nausea, weight loss, chronic fatigue, her hair was falling Continues →

Unprecedented claim against the CDC over Lyme tests

August 23, 2017 written by Huib In the USA an unprecedented anti-trust law suit of $57 million is being prepared against the CDC. They are accused of deliberately suppressing the use of an accurate DNA direct diagnostics for Lyme disease. You can read about the aim and potential impact of this lawsuit in this article. “In the current situation, even in Continues →

Flunk the Lyme test? Just wait and get sicker

January, 2017, Huffington Post Sin Lee, a pathologist and scientist, believes the deck is stacked in the quest to air new ideas on Lyme disease. Too many science journals telling him to take his research elsewhere. Too many deftly worded rejections. Too little inclination to engage in a fair fight over the facts and fiction of Lyme disease. Dr. Lee’s Continues →

Commercial test kits for detection of Lyme borreliosis: a meta-analysis of test accuracy

November 2016 Abstract: The clinical diagnosis of Lyme borreliosis can be supported by various test methodologies; test kits are available from many manufacturers. Literature searches were carried out to identify studies that reported characteristics of the test kits. Of 50 searched studies, 18 were included where the tests were commercially available and samples were proven to be positive using serology Continues →

B.C. patient questions accuracy of Lyme disease test used by province

Mark Hume VANCOUVER — The Globe and Mail – Published Tuesday, Jul. 21, 2015 Internal government documents show blood tests used to check for Lyme disease aren’t very accurate, says a patient who filed a Freedom of Information request because of her concerns about health care standards. “One of the experts talked about the Lyme disease test only having an accuracy or Continues →

Canadian Living – What you need to know about Lyme Disease

What are the common Lyme disease symptoms? How do you get it? We answer all of your questions about this serious infection and share the latest research. By Jane Doucet Lyme disease is a serious illness that’s on the rise in Canada, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada. Those at risk include anyone who lives, works or plays in Continues →

Ontario: Fighting to Recover

By Rob Houle  St. Catherines Standard Sunday, January 19, 2014 Matt Risi wants his life back. For the last 10 years, his health has been in a downward spiral. The bite of an insect that can be the size of the period at the end of this sentence altered his life. Risi has Lyme disease as the result of the bite Continues →