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My friend Thane needs help surviving a ravaging case of Lyme Disease. Thane has been dealing with Chronic Lyme Disease and the after effects of treatments for many years. I first met Thane when he traveled from his home state of...
From a lymie : This petition is very important and has the potential to help thousands of people who are suffering with Lyme disease, including myself. The NHS is failing so many British people and the parliamentary conference that I've facilitated needs to make as big an impact as possible. Getting the right government officials and ministers to attend is paramount. Lyme disease has the potential to affect everyone and anyone here in the UK. The diagnostics currently used by the NHS are unreliable and patients who test negative are denied treatment and this is unacceptable and unethical. Please take the time to support our cause and bring about change to government policy with regards to Lyme disease prevention, detection and treatment. Please sign and share this petition with as many people as possible.
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VASCULITIS Based on a small study Dr. Fallon published in 1999 on patients with persistent memory problems that suggested cognition improves with a repeated course of IV antibiotic therapy and on his functional imaging research that suggested Lyme disease causes a vasculitis-like pattern in the brain, Dr. Fallon http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/publications/in-vivo/Vol3_Iss09_aug_04/