“Bee venom therapy”: another fad treatment in the chronic Lyme world.
Dr. David Patrick, Director of the School of Population and Public Health at University of British Columbia in Canada, wants to help “alternatively diagnosed” chronic Lyme patients. So he and his colleagues studied the issue. The scientists found that all … Continued
Under Our Skin is one of the most popular propaganda films for chronic Lyme conspiracy theories and quacks. In 2012, a post on the film’s Facebook page attempted to connect Lyme to various horrific acts of violence, such as the … Continued
“In seven studies conducted in endemic areas, comprising a total of 1902 patients referred for suspected Lyme disease, only 7–31% had active Lyme disease and 5–20% had previous Lyme disease. Among the remainder, 50–88% had no evidence of ever having … Continued