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SUMMARY: Can oral spirochete infections (including Lyme disease spirochetes) cause heart attacks? Dr. Nordquist, an oral biologist and implantologist practicing in Southern California, believes that any source of spirochetes, including Syphilis, Lyme disease, and other types of oral spirochetes, with resulting chronic infection (including periodontal disease) in the mouth may potentially lead to heart disease and other chronic systemic diseases – even Alzheimer's disease. This book takes you behind the scenes in Dr. Nordquist’s research laboratory, and provides many tips on dealing with Lyme-related dental spirochete problems. Critically acclaimed by leading dental experts, this is a long-awaited book on an overlooked topic of vast importance. Heart disease kills more Americans than all other diseases combined – and this book reveals the yet-undiscovered role played by dental spirochetes. 


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SUMMARY: In 1987, Barry Lynes wrote the "classic" book on the history and biographical story of Royal Raymond Rife (titled The Cancer Cure That Worked, available here). Written more than 20 years later in 2009, Rife's World is the sequel. The book approaches the story from a new angle and presents new, previously unknown details. Barry Lynes' writing style and extensive knowledge allows you to peer into Rife's life and work as never before! This book has been affordably priced so that everyone can read the Rife story.


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SUMMARY: Did you miss the 2008 Rife Conference? Nenah Sylver, Ph.D., who wrote the world-renowned Rife Handbook of Frequency Therapy, was one of the keynote presenters at the 2008 Rife International Health Conference held in October in Seattle, Washington. This DVD is an excellent complementary resource to Dr. Sylver's book. Dr. Sylver's presentation avoided the fluff and got right down to business—her presentation was entitled "How to Give Yourself a Rife Session: A Crash Course in Holistic Health and Frequency Therapy." (Note: Dr. Sylver's book, The Rife Handbook of Frequency Therapy, is currently unavailable while the author works on a completely new, revised edition. Find out how to be notified when the new edition of the book is available. In the meantime, check out this DVD!)


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SUMMARY: Stop! Before you pick up the phone to make an appointment with your local Lyme-literate doctor, take a few deep breaths, and ask yourself: "Am I an empowered patient who knows what I need from my physician and how to get it? Am I in control of my health care, and if not, who is?" Unfortunately, many patients are not in control of their own health care. Physicians, politicians, pharmaceutical and insurance companies, and other third-party organizations are usually in the driver's seat—especially when it comes to controversial Lyme disease. Dr. Rinker, an experienced osteopathic physician practicing medicine in Redwood City, California, believes that all patients should become empowered and responsible, equipped with the necessary education and knowledge to navigate the maze of modern medical services. This book includes tools for dealing with all aspects of the medical industry, from insurance companies and physicians’ offices to requesting your medical chart and monitoring treatment progress. This is a hands-on workbook with document templates and forms that you can actually use.


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SUMMARY: Babesia Update 2009 represents Dr. Schaller's final Babesia contribution to patients suffering all over the world from chronic fatigue, excess weight and migraines. Dr. Schaller is also the author of a Babesia textbookmold book, artemisinin book, and a recently published Bartonella book. The 2009 Babesia Update explains why so many Lyme disease patients do not achieve expected recovery, and was written for both motivated patients and health care workers and filled with incredible new tools for healing and diagnosis. Are you tired of being sick? Are you frustrated with ineffective treatment? Do you feel like something is being missed? The book also includes a presentation of new labs which put an end to stealth, undetectable Babesia infections. Traditional treatments fail to cure Babesia - this book discusses new treatments directed at cure. Lyme disease is never cured if Babesia remains. You cannot appreciate just how thorough this book is until you browse through the Table of Contents.

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SUMMARY: Currently the best-selling Lyme disease book in the country. A groundbreaking and controversial narrative investigation into the science, history, medical politics, and patient experience of Lyme disease told by a science journalist whose entire family contracted the disease. Pamela Weintraub paints a nuanced picture of the intense controversy and crippling uncertainty surrounding Lyme disease and sheds light on one of the angriest medical disputes raging today.  She also reveals her personal odyssey through the land of Lyme after she, her husband and their two sons became seriously ill with the disease beginning in the 1990s. From the microbe causing the infection and the definition of the disease, to the length and type of treatment and the kind of practitioner needed, Lyme is a hotbed of contention. Weintraub reveals why the Lyme epidemic has been allowed to explode, why patients are dismissed, and what can be done to raise awareness in the medical community and find a cure. The most comprehensive book ever written about the past, present and future of Lyme disease, this exposes the ticking clock of a raging epidemic.

Hardcover Book, $27.95. Learn More. GATE: DRAMATIC LYME DISEASE FILM

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SUMMARY: How far would you go to help a loved one suffering from chronic Lyme disease? Evans Gate is a film about the struggle that a widowed father (Jimmy Sullivan, played by Edward C. Crawford) endures trying to find a correct diagnosis for his ill child. After discovering that the mystery illness is chronic Lyme disease, Jimmy encounters yet another challenge: medical insurance policies pertaining to Lyme disease. He sees his son Evan responding to treatment but his insurance will no longer cover traditional medication. Jimmy is driven to measures no father should have to pursue in order to secure the medication his son needs. Evans Gate profoundly asks the following question: how far will a loved one go to help another loved one? Watch sample scenes now!

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 News Briefs

SPECIAL NEWS REPORT BY BRYAN ROSNER: For those readers who do not know, there is currently a controversy raging about whether or not chronic Lyme disease is a real medical condition. There is no question that acute Lyme disease is real. But heated debate enshrouds the endpoint of a Lyme disease infection. The question hinges on whether or not a standard, 10 day course of antibiotics can cure each and every case of the disease. Do lingering symptoms after treatment count as an ongoing infection, or something else - some remnant of the disease? Thousands of patients still experience symptoms after treatment. Thousands of sick people and their doctors believe in chronic Lyme disease; they have seen it, felt it, lived it. Researchers have observed it under the microscope. Hundreds of scientific studies prove the existence of chronic Lyme disease. But establishment medicine continues to deny this reality. Currently, the legal environment for Lyme-treating physicians is hostile, and physicians who prescribe long-term antibiotics for their sick patients face reprimand or even loss of their medical license.

This article will skip the long history of the debate and fast forward to the present state of affairs. To learn more about the history, we suggest reading a book like Cure Unknown or The Lyme Disease Solution. I will tell the current story in this article by using hyperlinks throughout to support the information provided.

The modern story begins with proposed Bill No. 5625, originating in the State of Connecticut. This bill would allow physicians to use long-term antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease and may set a precedent for the rest of the United States if passed. The bill represents hope after years of persecution, disciplinary action, and outright contempt for Lyme-literate medical doctors (LLMDs) by the governing medical authorities. It now looks like there may be a light at the end of the tunnel after all. Despite this hope, however, the battle is far from over.

Although the war began long ago, 2006 was when it heated up. In 2006, the Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) released guidelines which invalidate the existence of chronic Lyme disease as a real medical condition. Since the IDSA is considered the government authority on the matter, their guidelines, for all intents and purposes, determine what treatments physicians can and cannot use. In most of its policies, the IDSA is directly opposed to the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS). Among the Lyme disease community, ILADS is generally recognized as the progressive and helpful organization, while the IDSA is seen as being dogmatic and exclusionary in its stance that chronic Lyme disease is not real.

After the IDSA guidelines were heavily scrutinized, it became evident that they were significantly flawed and biased. Unfortunately, the IDSA did not agree to review their guidelines until forced to do so by an investigation conducted by the State of Connecticut Attorney General, Richard Blumenthal. Blumenthal found that the IDSA guidelines "locked out competing points of view" and ignored science pointing to the reality of chronic Lyme disease as a real condition. A state attorney general actually had to intervene in order to get a supposedly science-based organization to conduct a neutral, scientific audit of its own policies.

Although the much-needed review appeared to be a hopeful turn of events, the IDSA president continued to deny that there was anything wrong. Nevertheless, under pressure from the Connecticut Attorney General office, a review panel consisting of Lyme disease experts was created. Unfortunately, however, a recent analysis has revealed that the IDSA is appearing to, yet again, prevent an honest and scientific assessment of its guidelines. It appears that the panel of experts chosen to review the guidelines is comprised of people who have a history of biased and exclusionary policies. Absolutely no recognized LLMDs were appointed to the panel, which raises questions about the true objectivity and scientific validity of the so-called review. There is a public hearing period, taking place until April 3, 2009, during which public comments on the issue are welcome.

In the meantime, numerous physicians continue to be persecuted, disciplined, and punished for treating chronic Lyme disease, despite obvious science supporting the existence of the chronic form of the disease. I will not post links to specific legal cases in order to protect the identity of the embattled physicians.

This is a somber and trying time in history. Most of the medical review boards making front-line decisions are not even aware of the controversy, so they are making decisions - and ending physicians' careers - in the dark. In one state, a proposed bill of law sits in wait. In others, authorities ignorant of that bill bring the hammer down on compassionate, life-saving physicians. Patients barely hanging on under the care of an LLMD become completely destitute after losing their doctor and the medical care that is keeping them stable. The situation continues to deteriorate.

On an encouraging note: The urgency of this tragedy has not gone unnoticed by everyone, and in fact, there is currently a one-day Lyme Legislative Seminar on the calendar, which will take place on March 28, 2009, at George Mason University, hosted by the National Capital Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Association. You can view the agenda for the seminar here. Thankfully, there will be several people involved in the seminar who wield enough power to change the course of history, one of whom is Congressman Frank Wolf, (R-VA 10th District).

As the situation heats up, and the press corps is activated (this controversy is now being addressed on many major news networks), it will become harder and harder for the IDSA to protect the distorted science that currently dominates mainstream medical policy on Lyme disease. There is a light at the end of the tunnel, and the truth about chronic Lyme disease will eventually be accepted - it is inevitable. Science will win. This political armageddon will come to a close. In the words of Richard Brand, M.D.,

"We have only to keep telling the truth: That [the IDSA] makes their case by selectively employing particular studies, avoiding others which refute their position, even ignoring their own past studies and pronouncements. Their duplicity is transparent and the heat is building." -Reprinted letter appearing in the 2008 Lyme Disease Annual Report

Psychology Today is one example of a major press outlet picking up the story. Pamela Weintraub, author of the book Cure Unknown: Inside the Lyme Epidemic, maintains a blog on Lyme disease on Psychology Today's website. Her February 5, 2009 blog post entitled Disappearing a disease: when guidelines are biased, patients suffer makes the following observation:

"You can skew the evidence in your treatment guidelines, but you can't stop the march of science. You can try to disappear a disease - but in the face of a burgeoning epidemic with ever more people sick, can you ultimately succeed?" -Psychology Today

I suggest that we all hope and pray that proposed Bill No. 5625 passes and that it allows chronic Lyme sufferers to exit the dark ages and begin to enjoy their long lost constitutional right to modern medical care. On the other hand, while hoping and praying are great activities, I feel that the recognition of chronic Lyme disease as a real medical condition is just as inevitable as was the acceptance of the fact that the world is not flat. In the words of Abraham Lincoln, "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time."


2009 Lyme-Induced Autism Conference announced. June 25-28, 2009, Radisson Fort McDowell Resort and Casino, 10438 N. Fort McDowell Road, Scottsdale/Fountain Hills, AZ  85264, 480.789.5300. SCHEDULE: Thursday, June 25 – Physicians Training and Exhibits. Friday, June 26 – Sunday, June 28th – General Session and Exhibits. Learn more about the connection between Lyme disease and autism in the new Lyme-Autism book, written by Bryan Rosner and Tami Duncan.

2008 ILADS Lyme disease conference video recap. The 2008 International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society scientific session was held in San Francisco, CA on October 18-19, 2008. Bryan Rosner was present at the conference and put together two summary videos. Note: These videos are unofficial and are not associated with ILADS - they are simply the personal videos from Bryan's trip.

Under Our Skin movie gets mega media coverage. By now most of you have heard of the groundbreaking movie, Under Our Skin, which has brought Lyme disease awareness to a whole new level. What you may not be aware of is that the publicity this movie is receiving is not limited to the Lyme disease community. The director of the movie has been interviewed on most of the major network television stations including Fox News and CNN. Watch some of the interviews here.

New York Times: "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome no longer seen as 'Yupee Flu'". An article with that title appeared recently in the New York Times. Now when will the same vindication happen for Lyme disease sufferers?  

New Information on Mangosteen supplements. In The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments, Bryan Rosner talks about Mangosteen fruit as being one of the best supplements for Lyme disease for many reasons, including its powerful antibiotic characteristics. However, Bryan mentions a product in the book, Xango, which he no longer believes is the best route to take. Here's why. (Remember, Bryan is a journalist and not a medical practitioner, so this information should be treated as opinion only).

Bryan Rosner's book is reviewed by Katherine Duff of The Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients. Bryan Rosner wrote The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments in 2007. It was recently reviewed in the October, 2008 issue of Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients.

Bryan Rosner interviews Doug MacLean at the 2006 Rife Conference in Seattle, WA. Although this interview took place over 2 years ago, you can now view a free 10-minute sample clip from the event. This is the first time that this material has been made available to the public, free of charge. You can also watch the full 90 minute event on DVD.

Health Food Store Reward Program. Do you think your local community would benefit from Bryan Rosner's book, The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments? If so, we would be willing to pay you $100 to help us place the book in your local health food store. Learn more

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LIA Foundation Lyme Disease Meeting 9-DVD Set - Some of the most respected and experienced health care practitioners share their protocols and wisdom in this cutting-edge 9-DVD set. Here are the speakers:
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  6. Kazuko Grace-Curtin - Genetic Predispositions for Immune and Detoxification Dysfunction that contribute to Lyme Disease and Autism
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Lyme in Rhyme Children's Book - By Geri Rodda, R.N. Illustrated by Jillian Zampaglione. It is a noble and very important pursuit to educate our children about the devastation created by Lyme disease. We recently began carrying this book due to the importance of this task. Now you can read a beautifully illustrated, wonderfully written children's book to your kids and get a head start on their Lyme disease education!

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Until Next Time...

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