Wednesday, 14 December 2016 13:23

Father takes Dutch health insurance to court

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Marleen (32) werkte als psychiatrisch verpleegkundige, totdat zij enkele jaren geleden ineens steeds zieker werd. Zij vond de oorzaak van haar klachten en vond ook een arts die haar goed kon behandelen. Maar haar ziektekostenverzekeraar IZZ weigerde dit te vergoeden. Toen…
Due to an increase of attempts by the Dutch Child Protective Services to take the custody of children with Lyme away from their parents, top lawyer Richard Korver was willing to be interviewed on this complex subject. He is helping…
Monday, 06 March 2017 09:46

Anybody can become a new Lyme patient tomorrow

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Innatoss Laboratories has received nearly two million euro subsidy from the European Union to develop a better test for Lyme diagnostics together with 3 European partners. According to its director Anja Garritsen, anybody can become a new Lyme patient tomorrow.…
Struck by a duck? Burned because your water skis caught on fire? Have a bizarre personal appearance? Fortunately, the World Health Organization has assigned over 68,000 diagnostic codes to cover these and thousands of other conditions. However, while getting struck by a…
The BVIKZ, the Interest Group for Intensive Child Care, is doing an ongoing investigation into false claims of child neglect and abuse by the Dutch Child Protection Services. It has now compiled and researched 168 individual cases. Over thirty percent…
The following is largely excerpted from the June 27, 2017 article Human Rights Violations of Relapsing Fever and Lyme Disease Patients Under International Investigation, by Jenna Luche-Thayer. The link can be found below.
"Is there hope for Lyme patients?" One of the top Infectious Diseases doctors answers to this urgent question for many. This is the first publication of the 'Teike takes on Lyme' research project. 
Dr. Kim Lewis is specialised in persister cells and was mentioned by dr. Horowitz for his current ground breaking research. Could persister cells finally be the explanation why many Lyme symptoms remain after treatment? Dr. Lewis is professor in Microbiology…
Monday, 07 August 2017 20:21

New research sheds light on chronic Lyme

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Professor Ying Zhang's research is focused on resistance of bacteria and antibiotica. He has been working on Tuberculosis for years and since 2009 he has been researching Lyme Disease as well. His research and collaboration with other research groups are…
Dr. Kenneth Liegner has been on the forefront of the Lyme Wars for thirty years. In this interview he is asked about his extensive experience in the field of Lyme treatment and how the rise of 'managed care' has influenced…
Tuesday, 15 August 2017 16:38

The ultimate Lyme test; Julia’s story

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Two years ago the story of the young ill girl who was blessed by the Pope got international attention. She was dropped on a concrete floor as ’treatment', test results were hidden and the family was repeatedly told that she could…
Wednesday, 23 August 2017 13:20

Unprecedented claim against the CDC over Lyme tests

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In the USA an unprecedented anti-trust law suit of $57 million is being prepared against the CDC. They are accused of deliberately suppressing the use of an accurate DNA direct diagnostics for Lyme disease. You can read about the aim…
In 2016, international human rights expert Jenna Luché-Thayer and founder of the Global Response to Borreliosis and Coinfections Consortium (Global RBCC) responded to a cry for help from Jane Furer, an NBCLA producer who is living with chronic Lyme.
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