ARTICLE: “New Hampshire in the Morning”

“The single–dose Doxycycline as prophylactic treatment for Lyme disease after the initial bite fails to eradicate an early infection and those who treat Lyme exclusively here in NH usually prescribe a full 30day supply of Doxycycline at the 200mg twice per day dose. – See more at:

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LYME STORIES: Kathy White (Kansas City)

TOUCHED BY LYME: KC’s Kathy White, telling it like it is to the CDC 20th June 2013 This Lyme advocate had to miss a planned meeting with CDC officials because she had a stroke. She delivered her presentation to them from her hospital bed, via telephone. Here’s what she said. Hello. My name is Kathy […]

“Single-Dose Doxy” for prevention is not supported by science or common sense

Here’s the link to Dr Elizabeth Maloney’s paper, “Challenge to the Recommendation on the Prophylaxis of Lyme Disease” (PDF). The “Prophylaxis Recommendation” of the IDSA Guidelines — Recommendation #2 — is poorly supported by its only supporting literature. Moreover, the “Single-Dose Doxy” practise is difficult to implement in a clinical setting; and furthermore, it is, in […]

DR Show: “Diagnosing & Treating Lyme Disease”

The Diane Rehm Show | “Diagnosing & Treating Lyme Disease” | February 29, 2012 LISTEN dramatis personae Diane Rehm your host Dr Paul Auwaerter associate professor of medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and clinical director, division of infectious diseases. Johns Hopkins Hospital Dr. Samuel Shor internist, private practice and associate clinical professor at […]