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Topic: Ultraviolet light treatment 2-3/week thru peripheral IV
Member # 18095
Has anyone heard about treatment for lyme using Argentyn
23-Silver Hydrosol thru picc line? The treatment is 4
days/wk for one month, dose increasing every few days?
Cost is $5000/1 month!!! And have you also heard of
Ultraviolet light treatment 2-3/week thru peripheral IV, each
treatment lasts an hr and is $240 each, with 30 treatments
recommended ($7200)?? Does any of this REALLY work on
killing Lyme or is this a money maker? Let me know, this is
being offered by TN doc. I'm very worried that this is a rip off and has no science behind it as working..
Posts: 114 | From nashville, TN | Registered: Nov 2008
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Frequent Contributor (5K+ posts)
Member # 10397
There has been a history of this. I'm sure others posted about a while back. You may want to search this website to find some info.
Sounds way too expensive. I thought naturopathic medicine was illegal in TN? I'd be a bit suspect...
I don't think the UV can kill Lyme. That's just off the top of my head.
Posts: 7772 | From Northeast, again... | Registered: Oct 2006
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