- The standard testing catches only 34 - 59% of Lyme Disease cases.
- There has never been a study proving that a month of antibiotics will cure Lyme, whereas there have been at least 273 studies proving the opposite. Yet the current most-used treatment guidelines maintain that a month of antibiotics will cure Lyme Disease.
- Most cases of persistent Lyme Disease require an extended course of antibiotic therapy to achieve symptomatic relief. Relapses occur and retreatment may be required.
– Lyme Disease has been called “the great imitator” and can be mistaken for numerous diseases such as ALS, MS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s Disease, autism and other difficult-to-diagnose multi-system illnesses.Source