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metasequoia
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I got an appt, anyone have any info? Thanks!!

Appt is this Wed, so please respond quickly!! Thanks

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I saw him early on in my treatment. He did find my hubby's babs and treated very early on and he is now considered cured.

He did have a very strange "bedside manner". He came in with a big smile on his face when he told my husband he had lyme and babs. Kinda strange if yu ask me.

If you are prone to having side effects with meds or additional health problems besides TBD I would go for the initial visits but keep looking.

I have heard though that he has helped some people. I would get my testing, abx, and then decide.

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It is now the son as the father isn't currently treating - did you see him?

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It was the dad that I saw,Sorry, I do not know anything about the son.
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"Thus the task is, not so much to see what no one has seen yet,
But to think what nobody has thought yet, About what everybody sees."

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Was not satisfied with treatment there. Saw the Dad in 2001. Wanted TOO many suppliments at a HIGH cost. Has vitamin store IN his office.

I did get to about 80% under his care, but he was not good with emergencies or anything out of the ordinary.

I would do as suggested...start with him, but look elsewhere for long term care.

Just my Opinion

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