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Looking for doctor to diagnose & treat late stage lyme
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I don't recommend any of the lyme doctors in New Jersey. Are you willing to travel? If so, how far would you travel to get good treatment for your late stage lyme?

I had undiagnosed lyme disease for at leat 10 years before a doctor decided to test me for lyme. Still, once I got to a doctor who followed the Burrascano Lyme Treatment Guidelines, I got rid of my diseases!

Then, I sent at least 5 of my friends to Burrascano type doctors and they also got well.

So, that is why I believe in the Burrascano treatment protocol. You can read it here:

Not many follow Burrascano's treatment guidelines because state medical boards go after doctors who do so. So, if you want good treatment that could likely cure you, you must be willing to travel to one of these doctors. They will do telephone appointments most months, so you only have to travel every 3rd month or every 6th month.

So, this is how lyme patients get treated by doctors out of state. Some even fly to see their lyme doctor.

It is now over 12 1/2 years since I completed my lyme (and babesiosis and bartonella) treatment, and I am still symptom free, enjoying my life.

Let me know if you want the names of the doctors I recommend.

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