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Subject: Jeepers, Now what do we do about all the perjury by DMHAS,
DCF, and Yale "staff"?

Date: Wednesday, July 19, 2006 17:39:07 [View Source]

CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
and Yale staff said I don't have Lyme disease and that
"Lyme is not a brain disease" for the
Perjury-Record-of-the-Corrupticourts.
http://www.actionlyme.org/Schoen.htm
Well, me and my babies are pretty good at the
psychosomatic-Lyme-positive blood and spinal fluid
tests, then.
KMDickson
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Little Ticks, Big Trouble
Lyme Disease aid bill deserves support in the House.
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Colleagues doubting the urgency of the latest bill
U.S. Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.) has proposed should
have to spend a day battling the symptoms of Lyme
Disease.

Indeed, anyone who has been afflicted by the body
aches, chills, fever, rash, lethargy and muscle pains
would merrily support the Tick-Born Prevention and
Research Act, authorizing an increase in funding and
research by $100 million over five years.

The proposal would help educate the public on the
disease's prevention, beyond wearing long pants and
using insect repellent.

The disease, transmitted by a tick bite, is often
identified by a rash in the shape of a bull's eye. The
rash, however, appears occasionally on obscure parts
of the body and sometimes doesn't appear at all. Smith
held a meeting last week with CDC officials to discuss
formation of a standard diagnostic test that would
make the disease easier to identify and treat.

New Jersey recently moved past Connecticut in reported
cases of the disease to a record-high 3,372 in 2005,
according to the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention. Connecticut ranked fifth with 1,348. New
York led the country with 5,100, followed by
Pennsylvania (3,985), New Jersey, Massachusetts
(1,532) and Connecticut.

Clearly, the numbers reflect the prevalence of the
disease in the Northeast, where black-legged ticks
carrying it benefit from the soil moistened by
humidity, according to the Lyme Disease Network.

The Associated Press recently reported that a new,
more aggressive tick has migrated from southern
states, creating more angst for the CDC and
researchers.

Lyme Disease, if not diagnosed and treated, attacks
every system in the body. One of the most notable
cases came in June, 2005, when Wyatt Sexton, a Florida
State University football player, was found disheveled
and disoriented on a city street in Tallahassee, Fla.,
near campus. Sexton's organs were infected and
required intensive antibiotic therapy over a period of
months for neuropsychiatric and cardiovascular
ailments.

Even less severe cases result in frightening
instability, from chronic bouts with fatigue, to chest
discomfort and joint pain.

Perhaps the public doesn't recognize the seriousness
of a regional disease transmitted by something as tiny
as a tick. But Lyme Disease, because it can attack the
central nervous system, is one of the most perilous
illnesses in the country today.

Rep. Smith should be commended for recognizing the
spread of the disease in his home state. His
colleagues across the northeast should support his
proposal for more funding.

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