Why Can’t My Doctor Help Me With Chronic Lyme Disease?

For those of us who continue to suffer year after year, it is important to remember that we can’t get rid of Lyme if we are also infected with one of the many strains of Babesia, or one of the hundreds of “BLO” (Bartonella Like Organisms), or one of the other viruses, pathog…

For those of us who continue to suffer year after year, it is important to remember that we can’t get rid of Lyme if we are also infected with one of the many strains of Babesia, or one of the hundreds of “BLO” (Bartonella Like Organisms), or one of the other viruses, pathogens, fungus or bacterial infections that usually accompany and operate in a synergistic manner with Lyme.

We also need to

remember how difficult it is to get diagnostic confirmation of Lyme, or the many co-infections that come from tick bites.  Unfortunately, we need to be proactive in our search for a complete cure – the significant evidence that is amassing has not yet penetrated the incredible power of the IDSA, insurance companies and specific doctors egos.  (What will it take for a doctor sworn to help – not harm – to say “…I was wrong…”?)

We also need to support, in any way we can, the courageous doctors

on the front line who are forced to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal battles, and refuse to stop treating their Lyme patients the best they can.  There is so much emerging information that is critical to our treatment, and sometimes it is up to us to deliver new research to the doctors (even some LLDs) if we really want to get better.

For instance, Dr. James Schaller in Florida has written hundreds of articles and some truly significant books, is now in court trying to save his

medical license.

This is his most recent effort to share the latest information about Lyme co-infections – Babesia specifically:

FREE 2009 UPDATED BABESIA TEXTBOOK

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