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Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Sun 10 Sep 2017 14:49
by X-member
Lou wrote earlier:
One only hopes that someone he cares about will get late stage lyme that no one will treat.
viewtopic.php?f=11&t=5294&start=30#p44960

All 3 Lyme stages are treated with abx in Sweden.

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Tue 6 Nov 2018 17:09
by X-member

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Tue 20 Nov 2018 18:03
by X-member
ICAs Apotek Hjärtat säljer ovetenskapliga hemtester

https://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats ... hemtester/

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Mon 3 Dec 2018 14:45
by X-member
Svenska EU-parlamentariker ger sig in i ”borrelia-kriget”

https://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats ... ia-kriget/

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Sat 8 Dec 2018 15:07
by X-member
BOTA BORRELIA – CURE LYME – Censured article -There is a difference between some kids and other kids – Censurerad artikel – Det är skillnad på barn och barn

https://botaborrelia.wordpress.com/2018 ... -och-barn/

A quote:
The following text, which I wrote in October 2018, I tried to get published in all newspapers in Sweden – which may be of interest or relevance to it, which includes Aftonbladet and Expressen, etc., but also the Swedish Medical Journal and Today’s Medicine, but because Mats Reimer has for a long time since, been terrorizing all news desks and newspapers in the country, that dares to write about borreliosis/Lyme disease in a, for him, terrible way – the subject is now taboo and no texts are released anymore and thus they have effectively silenced our side and created a censorship climate that is not healthy or worthy of our country’s alleged freedoms of opinion or expressions. I know that several other writers have been stopped when they have tried.

Thank goodness, I have a very supportive person in my network that has influence that reaches within the UN and high up in the US administration and when she was told how I was censored – in an increasingly relevant and respected issue internationally – She had it published in English, on her own personal discussion page on LinkedIn, and through this it has gained impact and attention globally. Jenna Luche Thayer is the leader of the international network, whose lobbying work led to the WHO updating and modernizing its guidelines. so called ”ICD codes” next year.
My comment: The new ICD-codes for (Lyme) borreliosis has (what I know of) never, ever been criticized by Mats Reimer or by any other Swedish physician for that matter.

Edit to add:

Yes, I know that my written English isn't perfect. ;)

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Thu 3 Jan 2019 21:30
by X-member
Finska infektionsläkare kritiserar EU-resolutionen om borrelia

https://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats ... -borrelia/

Re: A Swedish blogger

Posted: Tue 12 Mar 2019 16:33
by X-member
Sista bloggen - tack och adjö efter elva år

https://www.dagensmedicin.se/blogg/mats ... r-elva-ar/