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Bartenderbonnie
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"Don't give up ! We are finding answers. Please hold on to hope. You can get better." Quote by Dr H.

Dr H sat down for an interview with Fox5NY on Sept 7th, 2018.
(I don't know if I'm allowed to post link, so google it.)

The HHS Tick Borne Working Group will soon be releasing their congressional report which will 'define' and 'legitimize' chronic Lyme disease.(not post-Lyme).

Dr H also is working on releasing 2 published studies due in 2019. A Dapsone, persister, and biofilm protocol. It is a short-term, 7 - 8 week course, high dose regimen. His patients report almost totally symptom-free after stopping all antibiotics.
His wife suffererd from Lyme for over 20 years and is now better.

Must incorporate multiple biofilm and persister strategies. Also helpful are stevia, oregano and peppermint oils.

This protocol has serious side-effects which are addressed with added therapies, folic acid, Glutethoine, no sugar diets, ect. Must be under doctor's supervision and monitored.

50% of patients will fail due to co-infections. Co-infections must be addressed, it is this that keeps Lyme patients chronically ill.

Also a new Bartonella protocol that is also short-term, high dose using 5 multiple drug combinations.

Dr H also states he is advocating for Chronic Disease Centers Of Excellence in U.S. with a 4 hour office visit with doctors that will implement the use of his MSID model. He emphasizes TBD is costing the US billions of dollars and will break the medical system. We are in an epidemic that will only get worse.

Thank you Dr H..

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You're allowed to post links

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Bartenderbonnie
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2qNCuUQPjpc
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Thank you for this! [Smile]
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Yes, thanks a bunch. - and for all the other good links you share, too.
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Thanks for posting this, Bonnie, and especially for posting the link to find it on YouTube.

I checked PubMed to see if the two new papers by Dr. H. which he said were in peer-review had been published yet, since this show was aired last month.

Unfortunately, his two articles have not been accepted for publication yet, but peer-review can take a couple of months or even longer, depending on the journal. Sometimes, one has to submit a paper to a different journal if it is rejected by the first one, and then that will slow it down a whole lot more.

Anyhow, here's a link to all of Dr. H's PubMed publications which pertain to either Lyme or Borrelia or tick-borne, so that everyone can help us to watch for them:

Whoops! Lymenet software doesn't support this link as it's required by PubMed,, so here's how do it in order to find all of Dr. H's PubMed articles which pertain to either Lyme or Borrelia or tickborne. First go to the home page at PubMed....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/

....and then type these search terms into the query box at the top of the page, exactly this way -- or else copy and paste this into the query box at PubMed:

Horowitz R[Author] AND (Lyme OR Borrelia OR tick-borne)

Next, does anyone know how to find the Congressional Record Report for the HHS Tickborne Diseases Working Group, which Dr. H. mentioned during his interview?

If you find it, please post the link to it here under this topic -- and then please PM me because I don't visit Lymenet very often anymore, and I really don't want to miss seeing this important HHS Report just as soon as it comes out. TIA

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Thanks for the pubmed link !

The Congressional Report is due December 2018.
It will be posted here ;

https://www.hhs.gov/ash/advisory-committees/tickbornedisease/reports/index.html

The sub-committees have filed their reports to the Working Group. They are already posted. As you read, you will see they have been extremely busy. It is a LENGTHY read but well worth it. This is HUGE for Lyme Patients 💚

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"The HHS Tick Borne Working Group will soon be releasing their congressional report which will 'define' and 'legitimize' chronic Lyme disease." Thanks for update. I will believe it when I see it.
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BobG

I totally understand your hesitation.

This has never been done before, input from LLMD's and patients along side IDSA doctors and pundits. Doing nothing is no longer accepted. Lyme Advocates, bless their souls, have fought for years to be heard. Dr H. has stated they are finding common ground.

Average citizens that I talk to you, and I talk a lot of people from ALL over the world, know the HORRORS of Lyme. Everyone KNOWS of someone who struggles daily with Lyme disease. And other governments are paying attention to the U.S.on guidelines set forth through this historic committee.

The doctors don't GET it because of how they are taught. But governments are GETTING it because it is costing them billions of dollars. Money is always the game-changer.

So important to contact your representatives in government, the ones that are in a position to make change. We have a voice. The squeaky wheel gets the grease.

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Dr. H discussed his Dapsone protocol for lyme at ILADS meeting in Chicago this past weekend. Lots of buzz over it!
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Thanks so much, Bonnie for posting this. You are awesome! Keep up the good work - you're doing a great job!

Wish the conference in Chicago had been for everyone, but it was only for health professionals. I certainly would've gone!!! Maybe they will release CDs?

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Interview with Dr H from Chicago conference. Thank you, thank you, thank you Dr H !!!!! 💚 ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ 💚

https://m.facebook.com/291021252989/posts/10156884602747990/

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