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by TwiceBitten
Thu 24 Sep 2015 21:23
Forum: General Topics
Topic: ILADS Treatment Guidelines Listed on National Guidelines Clearinghouse Website
Replies: 6
Views: 2251

Re: ILADS Treatment Guidelines Listed on National Guidelines Clearinghouse Website

hv808ct wrote:As Guidelines, they don’t seem to provide much direction, insisting instead on the importance of clinical judgment, which is fine for I.D.-trained doctors with experience and good judgment.
Where might those with both experience and good judgement be hiding?
by TwiceBitten
Wed 16 Sep 2015 3:20
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: A river runs through it. It being Connecticut.
Replies: 52
Views: 7859

Re: A river runs through it. It being Connecticut.

Re: A river runs through it. It being Connecticut. Post by duncan » Tue 15 Sep 2015 19:00 I'd still like to explore his vitae at length, and interview him. What are your qualifications for doing so? Just for the record, my qualifications for questioning the recent findings regarding the properties ...
by TwiceBitten
Tue 28 Jul 2015 15:54
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Study: 80% of 2T Positives False Positives in Certain Area...
Replies: 99
Views: 13522

Re: Study: 80% of 2T Positives False Positives in Certain Area...

duncan wrote:I wonder: What was the reaction of the clinicians who had their diagnoses overturned?

That's a group of interviews I'd like to conduct. :)
They lie and hold their ground.
by TwiceBitten
Sun 26 Jul 2015 2:58
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Study: 80% of 2T Positives False Positives in Certain Area...
Replies: 99
Views: 13522

Re: Study: 80% of 2T Positives False Positives in Certain Area...

Example of a doctor who is part of the small community that thinks the IDSA LD model is absurd. http://www.casewatch.org/board/med/zackrison/order_2013.shtml c. In regards to Dr. Zackrison's diagnosis and treatment of Patient A for Lyme disease beginning in or about October 2003: i. After initial l...
by TwiceBitten
Sun 1 Mar 2015 20:57
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Muliple-Strain Bb Infections: Implications
Replies: 14
Views: 5274

Re: Muliple-Strain Bb Infections: Implications

Let us attempt to incorporate new knowledge of Leptospirosis Strains whose names are not written in Microbiology and Medical Textbooks.... Just such an Agent was described in the New England Journal of Medicine in year 2014... This strain of spirochete ...which defied three hospitalizations at the ...
by TwiceBitten
Fri 16 Jan 2015 0:59
Forum: General Topics
Topic: CDC Video: "Feeling Worse After Treatment?"
Replies: 37
Views: 7769

Re: CDC Video: "Feeling Worse After Treatment?"

Re: CDC Video: "Feeling Worse After Treatment?" Pos tby velvetmagnetta » Thu 15 Jan 2015 5:45 Now, we're up to 8 likes and a whopping 264 dislikes! And there is not one pro-CDC comment. Not. One. As with most comments online, it’s the people who disagree who tend to comment. And it doesn’t hurt tha...
by TwiceBitten
Thu 8 Jan 2015 21:05
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Why the Government is Suppressing the Lyme Disease Epidemic
Replies: 99
Views: 16850

Re: Why the Government is Suppressing the Lyme Disease Epide

Here's what you said: "For that kind of actionable insight, one would have to capture data with a reliable [/color]survey vehicle from a couple hundred late stage Lyme patients, maybe more, - and then once again we'd be confronted with diagnostic issues." In essence, a survey isn't all that differe...
by TwiceBitten
Tue 6 Jan 2015 18:35
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Why the Government is Suppressing the Lyme Disease Epidemic
Replies: 99
Views: 16850

Re: Why the Government is Suppressing the Lyme Disease Epide

Gosh, Henry. It is boldly apparent that it is impossible to have a full discussion with you and receive a full response. I tire of having information that I have written be deleted or not publicly voiced. You know my position. It doesn't matter what infection a patient may be suffering, if any. Rega...
by TwiceBitten
Tue 6 Jan 2015 15:49
Forum: Medical Topics
Topic: Why the Government is Suppressing the Lyme Disease Epidemic
Replies: 99
Views: 16850

Re: Why the Government is Suppressing the Lyme Disease Epide

Nicely done, TwiceBitten. Good collection and presentation of evidence. Thank you, Lorima. This collection and presentation of data might make for a good news article, assuming the right journalist presented it. Comparing this information to the contradictory information in journal articles might m...
by TwiceBitten
Mon 5 Jan 2015 22:28
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Expanded Study Confirms Lyme May Be Sexually Transmitted
Replies: 54
Views: 11601

Re: Expanded Study Confirms Lyme May Be Sexually Transmitted

I wonder why some people defend the publications and practices of the idiots and quacks who are amongst the so-called "llmds", no matter how questionable or right out ridiculous their findings, statements or conclusions are. The conclusions in the study and the press release are a joke. This is pse...