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TIME FOR TICK RELATED UPDATING

 http://vermontlyme.com/lyme-corps-alert/ - Went to my favorite Hospital today. 1 of top 50 in the USA for an errand. I was minding my own business and in pulls this LYME CORP vehicle. Now I know this hospital absolutely denies and rejects all and any change of the 200 yrs old Pasture one bacteria one disease belief. But being one of the best at what this hospital does do. You would think they would have one ear open while greasing wheels of progress. The following article still in my mind is a valid and accurate problem since the old IDSA treatment guidelines came down and the new ILADS treatment guidelines were left up in the NGC. (National Guidelines Clearinghouse). And yet the CDC still uses the outdated IDSA guidelines. Ask your doctor to observe the new ILADS NGC posted Lyme and tick Borne disease treatment guidelines that were posted back in Oct. of 2014 I believe. It is time we start getting treated at the bite and an early diagnosis. When we move on to a specialist we loose time. Treatment at the bite=around $800.00-$1200.00 After 6 months or 1 specialist. $10,000+ after 1or 2 years = $100,000+. Those figures can be off some but they are close. IN MY OPIION.

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