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How to Self Advocate

To Self-Advocate means:To speak for yourself; to defend yourself and make your own decisions; to make your own recommendations; to plead your own cause. STEP ONE: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities Whenever you need to access a system, it is Read more…


When it’s Time to Change GP’s

Ask yourself this question: Is it time to change GP’s? The number one reason to seek a new healthcare provider is when the treatment you are receiving is not working.The patient needs to care about him/herself first. The healthcare provider does Read more…


Bio-Photon Coherency Therapy

Bio-Photon Coherency Therapy assists the body’s immune system to function at optimum levels, which enables the body to heal itself. The therapy utilises a series of instruments capable of measuring light emissions from acupuncture points, using fibre-optic cables and crystal Read more…


Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

Naltrexone is an FDA-approved opiate antagonist that has traditionally been used to wean alcoholics and opioid dependent drug users off the substances, but, in a low dose (referred to as “low dose naltrexone” which is approx. 1/10 the dose used Read more…


The Antibiotic Controversy

Most doctors ‘think’ that 14 days worth of Doxycycline will kill off the Lyme Borreliosis and that you’re healed. This may be the case if you are bitten, rip the tick off and high tail it to your doctor asap! Read more…


Conflicts of Interest in Lyme Disease

This report was written by LDA (Lyme Disease Association) In 2001. This is old news to veteran ‘Lymies’, but due to the constant abuse of Lyme patients, I felt that it needed to be on this site. Please feel free Read more…


Why They Won’t Treat You

The Lyme Disease Association in the USA produced an excellent and thorough description of the Lyme disease situation in 2001 entitled “Conflicts of Interest in Lyme Disease: Laboratory Testing, Vaccination, and Treatment Guidelines.” This report clarifies why it is hard Read more…


IDSA’S corruption and Impaired Lyme Guidelines

IDSA’S corruption and Impaired Lyme Guidelines Were Not Mere Procedural Errors The Attorney General found significant conflicts of interests for the panel member of the guidelines, bias in the selection of participants, suppression of scientific evidence, blocking of divergent viewpoints and Read more…