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I would like to dispel the false McSweegan information out there that ticks can transmit disease only aftter 24-48 hours
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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2006 2:24 am    Post subject: I would like to dispel the false McSweegan information out there that ticks can transmit disease only aftter 24-48 hours Reply with quote

Because that's why McSweegan and Fish were so hysterical
about the Forschner's finding out nymphal ticks can pass disease
in 9 hours or less.

That's what this was all about, if you read it carefully:
http://actionlyme.org/TICK_BITE_CONSPIRACY.htm
Scroll down to see the actual email between Yale's Durland Fish and
NIH's Ed McSweegan.

Durland Fish and Ed McSweegan didn't want it known that people should
be treated upon tick attachment. 2 out of 3 people who get the Lyme
rash already have the spirochete in their central nervous system and
all borrelioses are permanent brain infections (therefore it is too
late to treat). Dattwyler_Luft: Bb DNA in CSF, with EM

*** Treatment on tick bite, if that was the standard procedure at the
time, would have interfered with the vaccine trials, and then no one
would know if the vaccine or the antibiotic prevented Lyme. *** So
they simply did not want anyone being treated on tick bite- and they
did not explain why, or the dangers.

Now, treatment on tick bite is standard.

Also copied below is Allen Steere lying to insurance companies at the
1992, 101st meeting of "Insurance Medicine."

What Steere told these people is the opposite of what is true, and the
opposite of what he himself published and not what the CDC published as
serodiagnosis. IgM is diagnostic of current infection and all IgM
bands should be reported. You can se that that is the opposite of what
he informed "Insurance Medicine"

Steere_The_Original_Serodiagnosis_expanding_range_of_IgM

The current way to diagnose Lyme, the CDC's method is completely false,
never use an ELISA, and look for IgM bands rather than IgG.

Dearborn (spincity) "Conference"; (not a consensus):
http://www.cdc.gov/epo/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/00038469.htm


MORE SCIENTIFIC FRAUD.

Kathleen
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