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Re: Lyme disease revisited by Hveragerthi ..... The Truth in Medicine

Date:   8/23/2011 5:55:40 AM ( 11 years ago ago)
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Unless you have studied and researched Lyme Disease for 10 years in depth and from the leading Lyme Disease medical doctors in the United States and abroad and know how to spell this disease correctly, it is LYME DISEASE, not Lyme's, you honestly have no business what-so-ever spreading false information like this. It is clear from reading your posts that you don't have much of any solid knowledge on this complex disease. After studying it in depth for this long, even I am still learning new things because the medical research continues to build, progress, and expand upon previous work from researchers, doctors, and scientists.

If you want proof, by all means, spend years studying it like others have and spot harassing people who know what they're talking about. Do you own intensive homework and you will find the right answers.

I am done arguing about Lyme disease.  Misleading and unproven claims were made by someone that did not have a clue what they were talking about and I addressed it.  Even the skimpy evidence that the poster did present showed contradictory evidence to his claims.  Then the final straw was when he claimed that cross reactivity was a made up term even though it is well known.  I learned about it over 20 years ago.

This site is not about making wild unfounded claims like all autoimmune disorders are from Lyme, or that Lou Gehrig had undiagnosed Lyme because he lived in Lyme, Connecticut.  So if people have real evidence to the contrary then present it.  But don't come here to insult me or to keep telling me I am wrong when you cannot provide any real evidence to the contrary.  I have had more than enough of that crap and again I am not going to keep arguing over this since no contrary evidence has yet to be presented so arguing over people simply saying I am wring without any evidence is just a major waste of time.


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