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by Henry
Fri 11 Nov 2011 15:03
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Lyme Disease: Evidence-based Approach & Great Controversy
Replies: 92
Views: 22512

Re: Lyme Disease: Evidence-based Approach & Great Controver

Spanky is wrong about the Klempner study being terminated because it was a failure. It was terminated because of the results of a planned interim statistical analysis that was a written requirement of the clinical protocol for the study and was to be conducted when an enrollment of 129 patients was ...
by Henry
Fri 11 Nov 2011 14:43
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Lyme Disease: Evidence-based Approach & Great Controversy
Replies: 92
Views: 22512

Re: Lyme Disease: Evidence-based Approach & Great Controver

To claim that the ranger benefited in any way at all from his many treatment regimens because he went into "remission" after 9 years of treatment is absurd and indicates a total lack of understanding of basic principles of clinical research. His "remission" could have been due to a placebo effect, a...
by Henry
Thu 10 Nov 2011 20:09
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: New diagnosis for chronic lyme
Replies: 6
Views: 5107

Re: New diagnosis for chronic lyme

I would like to see the xenodiagnosis study done if only to demonstrate that everything possible is being done to demonstrate a persistent infection in patients who believe that they have chronic Lyme disease. However, I don't expect the results obtained to be positive and decisive for several reaso...
by Henry
Thu 10 Nov 2011 19:17
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Lyme Disease: Evidence-based Approach & Great Controversy
Replies: 92
Views: 22512

Re: Lyme Disease: Evidence-based Approach & Great Controver

The film "Under Our Skin" provides a vivid condemnation of all that is wrong with LLMDs and the treatment regimens that they propose. Early in the film, there is a scene where the Forest Ranger is examining dozens -- if not hundreds-- of what look like vials of prescribed medications. In all honesty...