It’s a chemistry trick.
Despite false information online, Lyme disease is quite geographically restricted. The CDC reports “in 2015, 95% of confirmed Lyme disease cases were reported from 14 states.” This creates a natural experiment where it’s possible to see if Lyme incidence in areas … Continued
In 2016, Australian scientists writing in The Medical Journal of Australia concluded the following about Lyme disease in Australia: There is no convincing evidence that classic Lyme disease occurs in Australia, nor is there evidence that the causative agent, Borrelia burgdorferi, is … Continued
Dr. David Patrick, Director of the School of Population and Public Health at University of British Columbia, and he wants to help “alternatively diagnosed” chronic Lyme patients. So he and his colleagues studied the issue. They found that all 13 … Continued