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GretaM
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Please send this to everyone you know.

It is roughly an hour long.

GREAT scientific info and facts in this video.

Did you know...

1 in 80 people in Germany have Lyme Disease.

Why is lyme classified as rare? Because 30 years ago, an official classification was made, which dictates a testing protocol that states France's government cannot legally report more than 5% of the actual positive lyme tests as positive!

That 30-40% of ticks tested in Senegal carry Lyme Disease?

34 minutes in is when the tears started for me.

http://vimeo.com/95647143

I suggest to the moderators that this video be pinned to the top of the forums.

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29 minutes in for me for getting choked up. I just read the the french pilots book.
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Sammi
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This link did not work for me. It says:

Permission Denied

Sorry, there is no video here.
Either it was deleted or it never existed in the first place. Such are the mysteries of the Internet.


Do you have another link? What is it called?

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Catgirl
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Me too (denied). Someone shut it down?

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Huh...I just finished watching it so not sure why you guys cant get in to the video?

Wonderful video and I feel fortunate to be able to be within a drive from one of the best LLMD's AND to be able to afford treatment. I count my blessings every day - even on the bad days.

Lyme/TBI's will be the fall of mankind....

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Works for me. Thanks, awesome video!
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Sammi
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Here is the name of it:

LYME DISEASE A SILENT EPIDEMIC PRODUCED BY FRANCE 5 PUBLIC NETWORK AND GRAND ANGLE DIRECTED BY CHANTAL PERRIN

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Must be on again off again. Working now.

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WOW! Great documentary!

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Fantastic video - have sent to my family and friends!
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Wonder why the film is in English?

Surprising to hear how common it is in Africa.

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very good. I wish people would watch.

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TerryK
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Thanks for the link. Only a few minutes in but already they state that if caught early, 2 weeks of abx is all that is needed.

Terry

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I am listening - just started - just can't stand to see all those ticks close up.

Thanks for posting this

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old joke: idiopathic means the patient is pathological and the the doctor is an idiot

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The picture was not in sinc with the words and then I could only get the audio.

It is very interesting. I am staying awake way past my bedtime totally absorbed by it.

The reduction of predators has made a big impact on tick proliferation because the animals that carry them are multiplying out of control - not just deer - mice and rats. Fox, coyotes, raccoons and even wolves eat mice.

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old joke: idiopathic means the patient is pathological and the the doctor is an idiot

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asking for a password...anyone have one?
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Dr H from NY posted the video on his facebook page in case anyone can view it there.

It was really good.

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went to facebook but video still asking for password...says private video, have to put in password to view...is it just me LOL
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I started watching it yesterday and went back today and get these safe for password. So who knows?

I even hit follow but now it's gone. !

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Catgirl
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Can't access it now. I could last night for some reason after several tries, but didn't have time to watch it. It must come and go. Not sure why there is a password on it.

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Does anyone know the password?
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dbpei
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I tried too. Unable to view without a password. [Frown]
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Weird.

Try going to Vimeo and typing the title of the documentary in the search.

Also, could go to youtube and type in the title to try.?

It is totally worth the effort.

Only one IDiot doc on there, who states in an open minded way, that if abx are given right away at time of tick bite, then it "should" work.

All the rest is AWESOME science.

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GretaM
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Well,

It's disappeared off the planet.

Every link to it, even on chantal perrins website and France 5 public TV...gone

There is a teaser to it on youtube on the university of new haven channel.

Unbeleievable. IDSA and NIH at it's worst.

I am so upset that it is gone. Finally a tru documentary full of recent facts and studies from doctors all over the world.

[Frown]

Anyone who didn't believe the governments are involved in the lyme conspiracy...this documentary dissapearing should be proof enough.

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I did watch movie on date which was posted .

Vimeo Rolls Out 'Copyright Match' for Flagging Content

This could be why you cant view it http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2458440,00.asp

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Thank goodness I stayed up late to watch it. It was so interesting.

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old joke: idiopathic means the patient is pathological and the the doctor is an idiot

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Go to the link from the first post in this thread. You will see a box for access code. Type in LD

That will bring the movie up.

Terry

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Thanks TerryK!
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Thank you Greta and Terry! This was an incredible documentary!
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Thanks Terry!

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The video doesn't work without a password. Do you have any more information on where the video came from or what it is?

1 in 80 sounds high, but if it is spreading without symptoms or not being cured like we think then I guess it could be.

I think we really need to push for antigen tests before we conclude we know what is going on.

It is perfectly logical to say there is a possibility based on experimental evidence of the bacteria, but we need to prove what is really in people in the population to know.

The nano-trap antigen test is currently scheduled to be released this summer. It will include one antigen the ospA.

Further antigens for BB as well as Bartonella are expected in 2015.

Everything starts with proof and a test. Only then can we know what we are trying to cure, get funding for finding a cure, or even figure out how to develop a cure and know we have cured something.

We need a test and then a cure. Endless antibiotics that don't cure people when we can't prove the infection to begin with is of little use.

I took antibiotics as a trial for lyme disease to see if it would help my myofascial pain syndrome after a positive igenX test. I was skeptical. After I took 4 different antibiotics at the same time from my "lyme doctor" I developed a neurological condition.

I now get paresthesias all over my body that feel like cold water, burning or stinging. I've had this for 4 years after stopping the antibiotics.

The symptoms seem to be provoked by upper respiratory infections and then very slowly subside over 18 months. It may be something else I don't know.

I wish I hadn't taken those antibiotics. I also have TMJ dysfunction and tinnitus in both ears. I got that from taking an unregulated pain medication extract I got online because of a powerful chest pain I was having. It was a bad decision I can't explain.

Each time I have tried something I have often gotten more medical conditions, so I need to be very careful.

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The password is LD
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thanks for password
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Gees_im so computrr illiterate
I pressed share to send it to my email so i wouldnt losr it...and it went to facebook. I didnt even know i had a facebook account and i dont know how to get there

Anyway...now family who know how to get there will be mad at me-oh well...maybe a message from above not to wimp out about lyme with family-cant deal with it now-need to het dressed and et something

I should be banned from the net

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