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Helke Ferrie
Author of "Ending Denial"

460 Pages, $29.95

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Many people assume that Lyme disease is an American disorder, and that it magically stops at the border. The deer ticks just know that they shouldn't cross into the Canadian or Mexican (or even overseas) forests. This irrational assertion causes the suffering of thousands or millions of people worldwide. Finally, we have a new book that treats Lyme disease scientifically and pinpoints its existence outside the borders of the USA, in Canada.

 —Bryan Rosner
Author of:
The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments
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ENDING DENIAL The Lyme Disease Epidemic



Lyme Disease in Canada by Terence H. Young Member of Parliament of Canada (Oakville, Ontario)

PREFACE … xiii

Lyme Disease in Canada—Emergence of a Disaster By J. Wilson, Director & Founder of CanLyme

Basic Information

  1. Timeline: Lyme Disease to February 2010
  2. Maps on Lyme disease incidence


Lyme Disease in Canada—The National Theatre of the Absurd by Helke Ferrie

Essential Reading

  1. “Chronic Lyme disease and the Axis of Evil,” by R. B. Stricker & L. Johnson, Future Microbiology, 2008, 3 (6)
  2. “Lyme Disease: ancient engine of an unrecognized borreliosis pandemic,” by W. T. Harvey & P. Salvato, Medical Hypothesis, 2003, 60 (5)
    1. “Attorney General forces Infectious Disease Society of America to redo Lyme guidelines due to flawed development process,” by L. Johnson &
    2. R. B. Stricker, Journal of Medical Ethics, 2009, vol. 35: 283ff
  3. Press Release, May 1, 2008, Office of the Attorney General of Connecticut
  4. Two letters by US Congressman Frank R. Wolf on the current situation in the USA regarding Lyme disease

CHAPTER 2 … 69

The Lyme Disease Research Journey for Canada by John D. Scott

Essential Reading

1. “Lyme borreliosis in Ontario: determining the risks,” by I. K. Barker &

L. R. Lindsay, Canadian Medical Association Journal, May 30, 2000, 162 (11)

  1. “Presence of spirochete causing Lyme disease, Borrelia burgdorferi, in the blacklegged tick, Ixodes scapularis in southern Ontario,” by S. N. Banerjee et al, ibid.
  2. “The emergence of Lyme disease in Canada,” by N. H. Ogden et al. CMAJ, June 9, 2009, vol. 180 (12)

4. “First Isolation of Lyme Disease Spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi, from Ticks Collected from Songbird in Ontario,” by John D. Scott, North American Bird Bander, July/September, 2009

CHAPTER 3 … 91

Lyme Disease can be a Diagnosis of Hope By Felix A.H. Sperling, Professor, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, & Janet L.H. Sperling

Essential Reading

“Lyme borreliosis in Canada: biological diversity and diagnostic complexity from an entomological perspective,” J. L. H. Sperling & F. A. H. Sperling,

C.P. Alexander Review in The Canadian Entomologist vol. 141: 521-549, 2009

CHAPTER 4 … 150

Canada’s Blood Supply Endangered—Again? By Karin Klouman and Helke Ferrie

Essential Reading

Advancing Transfusion Medicine by D. Devine, PhD. Canadian Blood Services—PowerPoint lecture Dec. 4, 2009

CHAPTER 5 … 191

Oh, Canada! The “Politicks” of Lyme Disease The Federal Government’s Failure By Paul Haefling, MA, LLB

CHAPTER 6 … 220

Opening the Closed Mind By David Cubberley (former MLA, Saanich South, B.C.)

Essential Reading

Correspondence with the B. C. College of Physicians and Surgeons

CHAPTER 7 … 236

A Lyme-Literate Doctor’s Perspective By Jozef Krop, MD, FAAEM “Krop Clinic Folks—Thanx!” by L. Robillard, 2006

CHAPTER 8 … 252

A Chronic Lyme Disease Patient’s Perspective By Karin Klouman

Essential Reading

  1. Butterfly, poem by Louise D. Marshall, 2007
    1. “Clinical trials validate the severity of persistent Lyme disease symptoms,”
    2. D. J. Cameron, Medical Hypothesis, 2009
  2. “Insufficient evidence to deny antibiotic treatment to Chronic Lyme disease patients,” by D. J. Cameron, Medical Hypothesis, 2009
  3. “Lyme Disease: A Neuropsychiatric Illness,” by B. A. Fallon & J. A. Nields, American Journal of Psychiatry, 151 (11) Nov. 1994

CHAPTER 9 … 286

Medical Mayhem and Miracles: A Story of Pediatric Lyme Disease

By Linda Laidlaw, PhD, University of Alberta

Essential Information The ABC’s of Lyme Disease—Important Information Especially for Parents & Educators from the Lyme Disease Association Inc (USA)

CHAPTER 10 … 307

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Lyme Disease

  1. The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) Evidence-based Guidelines for the Management of Lyme Disease, 2004
  2. “The need for clinical judgment in the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease,” by E. L. Maloney, Journal of the American College of Physicians and Surgeons, Vol. 14, No. 3, Fall 2009
  3. Advanced Topics in Lyme Disease—Diagnostic Hints and Treatment Guidelines for Lyme and Other Tick Borne Illnesses, 16th edition, October 2008 By Joe Burrascano Jr., MD
  4. Lyme Disease: A Look Beyond Antibiotics By Dietrich K. Klinghardt MD, PhD
  5. On Colloidal Silver
  6. Dr. Shah, Laboratory Director of IGeneX, on currently available test for diagnosis of Lyme disease and its co-infections

Resources and Recommended Reading … 438 About the Authors … 441 Acknowledgements … 446

ENDING DENIAL The Lyme Disease Epidemic


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