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A friend in CT has been diagnosed with very bad Parkinsons. He's not LL. I've tried to find Art Doherty's site about Lyme misdiagnoses but have been unsuccessful. Can anyone help? Thank you.

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Melanie Reber
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Here we go...
http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Oasis/6455/lyme-links.html

have fun!
Melanie

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It's me (Lymebrain) or most of Art's links don't work.

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Hey Brainless...

no, it isn't you, Art's site hasn't been updated in years, and I am not too sure if anyone else is carrying on all of that great info...what a shame!

Anyway...see if this link will help?
http://www.canlyme.com/lymepark.html

Melanie

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Hi! I refer folks weekly to Art's 300 other illnesses mimic lyme too; links have worked.

1st time it has not worked for me; too bad; lots of good info there.

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Brainless, I do not have any specific articles. It's our own story.

My husband had been diagnosed by four specialists (here and in Europe) with Parkinsons Disease.

Our doctor www.neuraltherapy.com/articles) diagnosed him with Lyme, aluminum and other heavy metal toxicity, dental infections, etc. as the cause for Parkinson's. Many co-infections were also present.

I had Lyme with a Lyme bite and all the trimmings and I had passed the infection to my husband.

We were both treated by Dr. K. (above website) for all conditions and are both well. It was rough at times, it took several years, but we persisted. My husband will be 80 years old this year.

Hope this helps. Take care.


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