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NEW LYME BOOK: The most important one ever published?

Burton Waisbren Lyme Book
Treatment of Chronic Lyme Disease: Fifty-One Case Reports and Essays in Their Regard


Paperback Book, $24.95
Published in January, 2012

This book is quite possibly the most important Lyme disease book ever published. It was written by one of the Founding Members of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, an organization which has denied the legitimacy of chronic Lyme disease. Not only does Dr. Waisbren bring his credibility to the table in asserting the reality of chronic Lyme disease, he also shares with the reader 51 cases of the disease which he has personally treated, along with the many treatment methodologies he uses in his Lyme disease practice. He has been practicing medicine for over 57 years and has published Lyme disease research in many journals, such as The Lancet.  Continued

IDSA vs ILADS – Honesty or Trickery?

We all know that the IDSA has an irrational bent against the ILADS Lyme disease treatment guidelines. So, after the Connecticut Attorney General suied IDSA and required them to review their guidelines (which state that chronic Lyme disease is not a real medical condition), we’ve all been left wondering… will IDSA really give the guidelines an honest look, or will they just jump through the hoops to get millions of sick people off their back? You decide… Continued

Lyme Disease on CNN

CNN Lyme StoryToday Lyme disease appeared as the top story on! This has happened several other times in the past; once for a general Lyme story on CNN and once when President Bush was diagnosed with Lyme diesase. The importance of this time, however, was that the CNN article presented what I consider to be a progressive, accurate, and cutting edge view of Lyme disease; not the antiquated views that CNN has presented in the past. In this way, this was a breakthrogh event.