What a coincidence that so many of the 14 members of
the IDSA [infectious disease society of america]
Guideline writing panel were connected to
drug manufacturers and insurance companies.
Diseases requiring long term treatment are
a losing proposition for the insurance companies.
The winning template is a "cure" that consists of
a short term application of patent drugs.
Stubborn infections such as Lyme [Hepatitis/AIDS]
requiring months/years of medical intervention
quickly drain off insurance company profits.
How to prevent ANOTHER threat to corporate profits?
[such as Lyme]?
Have a team of "experts" assert that there is no
such thing as "chronic Lyme disease".
Long term treatment is not approved by the "panel of
experts" and is a violation of the Guidelines.
Not following the rules of the IDSA Guideline is grounds
for the insurance companies to cease doing business with
"non compliant" doctors...as well as the doctor having their
medical license revoked.
Voila! Troublesome, profit eating doctors are removed
from the equation. If a short term application of
drugs does not make the symptoms of Lyme go away..well..
according to the Guideline..you are "cured". What YOU
have is not Lymes...there is no such thing as "chronic Lyme" infection. You have other problems..probably a