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Hi all,
I thought I should post a heads up about a couple of Lyme specialists near me, who may not be all that they are advertised to be.

1. Dr. S in Palm Harbor, FL
I don't know if his Lyme tx is good, but he has claimed to cure benzo addiction in one week with IVs.

However, many say the IVs are just other benzos. He charges a fortune, and once you go home, you go into cold turkey withdrawal.

2. Dr. M in Clearwater
He knows a lot about Lyme and natural medicine, but when I went there the walls were stripped off due to black mold and were not fixed for many, many months while patients in the waiting room sat a few feet from the exposed mold.

It smelled awful. Most everyone working at his clinic is a Scientologist, and he lost his license for 6 mos. for giving valium to another Scientologst w/o seeing her.

She was locked up in a room with what was probably a psychotic break, but not treated, since they don't believe in psychiatry. She died and was found to be starved and covered in bug bites.

His associate there, Dr. S., told me I was cured of Lyme after a year of tx, but I did not feel any better and demanded another test, which showed I still had plenty of Lyme. I cut my losses.

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