German Guidelines for Treating Lyme Disease

The German “Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Lyme borreliosis” is a far cry from the US standard written by IDSA (Infectious Disease Society of America). In fact it reads more like Dr. Burrascano’s Guide and therefore deserves a careful read.

Not only does the guide define chronic Lyme disease but it clearly validates it. Also noteworthy is the statement, “A negative serological finding does not rule out Lyme borreliosis.”


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One Response to German Guidelines for Treating Lyme Disease

  1. Jenny says:

    It’s worth mentioning that the German guidelines was written by the German Borreliose Society by doctors who treat patients outside the IDSA guideline BUT mainstream health systems in Germany still use IDSA guidelines along with the rest of Europe. So Lyme treating doctors would shun the IDSA guide but mainstream ones still follow it much like the USA & beyond!

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