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I am often asked ‘WHY’?

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Why is it so difficult to get treated for Lyme disease? Why don’t we have proper testing? Why do doctors know so little about this illness? Why do we, as Canadians, have to cross the border for treatment? Why do we hear that there are no ticks in this city, province, region, country? Did your son see the tick that bit him? Why doesn’t the medical community recognize this disease? Why does the media tell us that there are so few cases? Is it really that hard to treat? Is it really as much of a threat as you say? If so, then why aren’t doctors more concerned?

Why?

Allow me to summarize the reasons by outlining the political underpinnings of this disease — a.k.a. the madness of Lyme — as it reflects the experience of millions of chronic Lyme sufferers world-over:

  • There are corrupt players at the helm of this madness, whose self interests trump the public welfare.
  • The rush for patents in the 80’s further tainted our healthcare system, causing conflicts of interest and an extraordinary imbalance of power.
  • There is currently no real money in Lyme treatment for Big Pharma.
  • Admitting to the fact that millions are suffering could ultimately bankrupt the system.
  • The only way the medical community could profit from Lyme was by way of a vaccine which ultimately failed miserably, causing the very same disease that it was meant to protect us from.
  • A Lyme vaccine is not really possible when you define this disease as it truly is – a systemic, neurological, post-sepsis, immune destroying illness with relapsing fever, caused by OspA which is transmitted by ticks, Lymerix and by other means.
  • Therefore, the only way a vaccine may have been successful and reap billions for Big Pharma and the CDC was by narrowly defining Lyme disease as a simple arthritic condition – which it is not.
  • To further prove that chronic Lyme does not exist or may exist in small numbers, the perfect plan is to offer a useless two-tier testing method that has an extraordinarily high rate of false negatives.
  • Train all doctors to tell their patients that there is no Lyme here, ticks don’t cross the borders, states, oceans, or travel across continents.
  • Make sufferers feel like they’re crazy, malingerers, hypochondriacs, try to convince them that it’s all in their head, send them to a psychiatrist and call it a day.
  • Use medical and political doublespeak, such as Post-Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome, to confuse sufferers, obfuscate the wrongdoings of the medical community, and blame the victims for their suffering.
  • Deny all peer-reviewed Lyme scientific journals, and scientists, calling them bogus.
  • Mock Lyme sufferers and advocates, calling them ‘anti-science’, ‘Lyme loonies’ and ‘Lyme nuts’.
  • Keep people sick and infirm so they won’t be strong enough to fight back and perhaps this whole mess will eventually go away.
  • Expropriate the licenses of physicians who dare to treat Lyme sufferers, or at the very least take them to court for years on end, exhaust their resources, and wipe them out entirely.
  • Show tons of empathy for those with the Zika virus, shed a few tears on national TV, and pour mega-dollars into this newly spread disease so that the CDC looks like it actually has a heart.
  • Get all media, politicians, doctors, insurers, and the public at large to believe that Lyme is no more than a little nuisance condition that is “hard to catch, easy to diagnose, and easy to treat.”

Now that, my friends, is how the medical community so elegantly creates Lyme Madness!

It may seem conspiratorial. It may seem impossible to digest. But it’s far more possible — and dare I say probable — than the notion that millions of once healthy, active individuals, world-over, are faking their illness and are participating in some kind of mass delusion that they are sick because they have nothing better to do than to become housebound, infirm, isolated, penniless and looking for some kind of perverse attention with no perceivable payoff.

This is Lyme madness in a nutshell.

Lori Dennis is the author of Lyme Madness™ coming soon on Amazon.

Visit my website –www.lymemadness.caBe one of the first to know when Lyme Madness is ready for purchase – www.lymemadness.ca/book-launch/

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8 Comments

  1. Stace says:

    Thank you for so eloquently & accurately describing the madness that is Lyme. It took me over 4 years to push enough doctors, do enough research & rack my “fogged” up brain to remember even having a tick on me once…and finally get THE diagnosis that proved I wasn’t crazy or lazy or a hypochondriac. How shameful that in this developed country (USA), my sickness is barely recognized and hardly covered by insurance. I’m one of the lucky ones that responded to a long antibiotic regime and just about to enter my 7th year of dealing with this nightmare. I see the light at the end of the tunnel…finally. Unfortunately, the person who is emerging is very different than the one before the tick.

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  3. Mark Thorson says:

    There is currently no real money in Lyme treatment for Big Pharma.
    Admitting to the fact that millions are suffering could ultimately bankrupt the system.

    There’s no way both of these statements could be true. If there was a disease having profound effects on millions of people, that would be a prime target for Big Pharma. We’re talking about opportunities for blockbuster drugs — billions upon billions of dollars of profit at a time when Big Pharma is find fewer and fewer of these opportunities. There’s no way Big Pharma would ignore that, much less suppress it. Your argument is not at all logical.

    • Leslie says:

      It’s not a prime target for big pharma. They don’t want a cure for it, because as they say a cured patient is a lost one. Think of the billions they are making on drugs for diseases of unknown origin. Take MS for example, which the origin has never been proven. Its a theory that has never been proven. Even the drugs used for it do not slow it down. They know that, but it’s so profitable, that they keep spewing out more. They work on peoples heart strings with there end MS now campaign and their walks and buy a burger at A&W profits got to you guessed it the MS Society. The CEO of the society makes more than the prime minister. They just can’t seem to make enough money and not one single solitary penny goes to the patient. It goes right back into more drugs that have been proven not to work. There is a cause for Lyme and co-infections, but surprisingly none for MS which I might ad looks identically to Lyme via plaques on an MRI. In fact many of the symptoms are the same. From the fatigue to walking difficulties and the Oligoclonal bands showing which just indicates inflammation. Just as it makes a profound effect on patients, it is equally making a profound effect on many a persons bank account,

    • Mark Thorson do you have Lyme Disease? Well I do, and from my perspective at this time, I am unable to use antibiotics as they impact me negatively so I use Natural based supplements and products, but only have I recently been hearing that the government now wants to get in on vitamins and supplements to control this…..Hmmmm, sounds like Big Pharma is looking to get there fair share if you ask me, as the public is becoming aware of the facts and what affects us Lyme sufferers and we are demanding help, we just have to line there pockets first before they will help us…..Now do you get it?

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