Peer-Reviewed Evidence of Persistence in Lyme (“The 700”)

[compiled by Dr Robert Bransfield] The following is a list of over 700 peer reviewed articles that support the evidence of persistence of Lyme and other tick-borne diseases. It is organized into different categories—general, psychiatric, dementia, autism and congenital transmission. General: Persistence of Lyme Disease Spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi The following section of references for persistence […]

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Hello everyone.  I would like to like to let the lyme community know that I am going to start to blog on a regular basis.  I will publish any important new information I find about Chronic Lyme and be able to answer any questions you may have. Thanks and I welcome your comments. Dr. Enid […]

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IGeneX Lab

IGeneX Lab in Palo Alto, California, offers the most effective testing regime for Chronic Lyme Disease and co-infections. To learn more about IGeneX Lab, its people, and its philosophy — as well as why it tests for Lyme in unique ways — please click this Category link for the latest articles. Thanks, -Enid

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“PILGRIM MOTHERS”

PERSONAL HISTORY | Pilgrim Mothers | “The Ladies Four O’Clock Club” | The New Yorker magazine | by Sarah Payne Stewart | May 5th 2014 issue. Concord, Massachusetts Many will read this wonderful piece with mild bemusement and some will laugh out loud at the absurd currents, contradictions and hypocricies percolating timelessly beneath Protestant culture in […]

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Open Letter to the NYS Dept of Health

Empire State Lyme Disease Association, Inc PO Box 874 Manorville, NY 11949 631-878-6657 www.EmpireStateLymeDiseaseAssociation.org EmpireStateLyme@aol.com New York State Department of Health, OPMC and BPMC June 20, 2013 Dear Nirav R. Shah, M.D., M.P.H., Commissioner, and Kendrick Sears, MD, Head of the Board for Professional Medical Conduct: The NYS Department of Health, the Office of Professional […]

Words That Hurt Patients

Words that hurt patients by Kris Newby Recently, a stash of emails published in The Poughkeepsie Journal show that the government employees who manage millions in Lyme disease research grants have been calling infected Lyme patients “loonies” and their physicians “quacks” and “parasitic.” With no real scientific evidence, the Lyme researchers who are funded lucratively […]