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Protect yourself from unnecessary
"legal" prescription drugs to shady scammers' "cures." The internet and our
favorite stores are full of them. Read on... (added
can easily click to Lyme facts that the opposition once embraced and now denies.
This website is a collaborative effort of several independent Lyme disease
advocates nationwide, designed to quickly provide you with links to countless
research findings and reviews in scholarly journals online to support your
activism efforts with facts & evidence to present to politicians, health care
professionals and the media.
The petition's purpose is to draw attention to the facts-- scientific facts and
evidence that Lyme disease is difficult to diagnose and difficult if not
impossible to cure. This petition is public and can be used by any Lyme advocate
to demonstrate that his/her opinions are based on scientific evidence, and we do
not stand alone. The petition can be signed anonymously for public viewing, and
each signer has the option of leaving a comment.
Please do not minimize the potential of this petition. It does not
detract from others' efforts but in fact, validates them. These various
activities are synergistic and compatible, not competetive.
For your convenience, the petition text as on the web:
http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/LymeCryme/?e is below:
Text of the petition in
The health status of the entire World has been and
continues to be compromised in several ways by combinations too powerful
to be suppressed in the ordinary way.
In the early 70s chronic illness were not epidemic in our country unlike
today with Fibromialgia, Chronic Fatigue, Lupus, MS, and ALS and many
other debilitating illnesses that have been linked to Lyme Disease as you
will see from papers on this web site.
This Web Site contains published papers from both camps that show
treatment failure and inaccurate testing. We therefore demand, both United
States Houses of Congress to investigate Lyme Disease Diagnosis,
Testing,and Treatment protocols currently under the Center for Disease
Control, CDC, The Infectious Disease Society of America, IDSA, the
American Medical Association, AMA, and the American Academy of Neurology.