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To All,
 
Alica Cashman shared the following important information:
 
"Columbia Brain Depository will take your brain.  I made arrangements with my family to contact Columbia upon my death and send them my medical records ASAP.  http://columbia-lyme.org/research/columbia_specimen_bank.html"
 

--- some info from their website ---
To further characterize the extent of involvement and damage by Borrelia burgdorferi in humans, brain, spinal cord, and other tissues from people who have had Lyme disease at some time in their life are collected for current and future investigation at the NYS Psychiatric Institute.

Time Travel 22317


TIME TRAVEL

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Good day all,

I woke this morning pondering the puzzle book with Metals as the subject of the project. In the puzzle was Manganese. I being a fairly deep thinker was quickly transported to another dimension of why we are here, Why we are not there, How can we get there, Are we already making that journey.

I slowly started with Manganese. First of all I was never with the understanding that Manganese is a metal. A mineral maybe. But the more I thought about this, Metal?/mineral, I found myself back to the creator recipe starter of iron.

GREAT GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS

  Merry Christmas everybody. 
  There has been a great gift to you and your unborn descendants this year. This is a great step forward. I don't know if you have heard the good news yet. But we got the federal constitution to include Lyme language and Tick related disease issues in the new 21rst Century Cures Act. It is now law and must be dealt with. And Lyme advocates Doctors for and against, scientists must be present and represented at the group discussions. How about that. I would send you the link but you can get that at  The 

WILL YOU

  WILL YOU, Will your doctor who claims to have all the answers. Set aside the arrogance bred ignorance that high strung and hard wired individuals such as many Brainiaks in our medical world possess, turn there mind to possibilities outside their training to help a loved one or someone outside their respective training. Or WILL YOU, Will your doctor take it upon themselves to learn the next real world of Auto immune diseases diagnostics and illnesses. Or will they say, that is not my specialty.

LYMEE? ER or NO ER

Here is a helpful share from a knowledgable Lyme teacher.

When do people use common sense?
There are times in the Lyme community when people become so accustomed to so many symptoms. Pains will come and go within days. Brain fog and neuropathy come and go within weeks and so many unusual things are experienced.
A lot of folks in Lyme groups will discuss all these things with each other, but when is it time to think that a symptom is ER worthy? Especially when folks in hospitals are so Lyme friendly.

Lyme Treatment Guidelines Update


Hello All,

  I wrote a wonderful update this morning and low and behold I lost it somehow as my website locked up and poof. So here is a second try.
  I am honored to be asked to sit in on the Conference call with Ahope4lyme,inc (www.ahope4lyme.org) President Linda Wales for this session of the PALRN (Pennsylvania Lyme Resource Network) www.palyme.org. The PALRN organization has been ask to represent and develop the needed education arm for educating the people of Pa. There was a lot talked about that would be premature to report but there is a take away that I would like to share.

Fox5 video Lyme & Reason


Thank you all for tuning in to my site. I would like to share the Fox5 video special that needs to be shared with the public. Lyme Literate and Non literate. You need to know this. make special time to listen to Dr. Steven Philips and one of his clients. This is as true as it gets.

SPRING IS HERE

Hello all,
It is another year so I thought I would refresh your memory for a great summer coming.
   I am here as I said to give you an idea of how to enjoy the out doors this year if you are rightfully concerned for your health and your family's health. Tick problems and Lyme disease has become a very important issue in the last few years. I feel this is just the beginning and if we don't take heed into this threat, it can be a very sad health issue for you and your family. But all is not lost if you learn to play the game as they say.

LYME TREATMENT GUIDLINES


 I just tried to click on Ilads link in NGC (National Guidelines Clearinghouse) and it said it was presently unavailable. Go figure. Couldn't find ilads or natural treatment guidelines at all. BUT I played around a bit. I came to the IDSA guidelines. Stay with me.
http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/factsheets/errors-safety/ngc/national-guideline-clearinghouse.html 
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Then in that search bar at NGC print ilads guidelines/lyme and you will go to the ilads guidelines

LYME RASHES 2

 The first collage is a bunch of typical and atypical Lyme rashes I took from Lyme Rashes search. The second is a collage from Lyme Disease association of Typical and Atypical Lyme rashes. not much difference. "BUT" I bet you if you go ask your child's Pediatrician what he/she considers a Lyme Borrelia rash. They will say Bulls eye rash. NOT SO PEOPLE. I copied and JPEG-ed these photo's for your use to make them more printer friendly. You can also type Lyme Rashes into your browser and find many more pics.
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