Article in paper CT "law would allow risky treatment 4 Lyme"

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   Posted 6/19/2009 3:44 PM (GMT -7)   
In the Hartford Courant

By Dr Lawrence Zemel

He was a doc in under our skin preaching about how u only need a couple weeks of antibiotics.

This is the same doc who treated someone I know for 4 months with antibiotics. Which is it???

He wants the gov to veto the bill to allow docs to treat with long term antibiotics based on a clinical diagnosis. This would be huge. Call her office, email tell her you support the Lyme bill. Heard she has a tally on the number of calls and emails she gets. She hasn't signed yet.

Sorry I don't have the link to the article

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   Posted 6/19/2009 7:33 PM (GMT -7)   

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   Posted 6/19/2009 10:27 PM (GMT -7)   
Then you look at the response of the IDSA that they will be prepared for the revision with this google NEJM -- A Critical Appraisal of "Chronic Lyme Disease"
I was dumber after reading this
The line is faded not showing where Lyme came in. I became a new Mommy n my Lyme decided to show itself. Swollen elephant like knee and finger and limiting back pain. Bell's palsey, weight loss as if I had no muscle on my bones anymore. And much more text book lyme symptoms. To a Lyme doc, after alot of there is nothing wrong with you and a recommend to counceling,he said V this is Lyme. What kept me pressing on I had Lyme while I was pregnant. I know I was not infected while pregnant. I am watching her with an eagle eye. God Bless everyone. Love Veronica. Were the ones who know about Lyme not the doctors. Isnt that just mad? Backwards. Alice in wonderland.

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