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shelly23
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I ordered this video cant wait to see it it was only about 40.00 with shipping:) it should be here in 5 days i will let you know what i thought of it

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Great documentary. Found a copy on the internet. Probably will order a real copy sooon.
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Lymetoo
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You'll love it ... or at least APPRECIATE it!

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tickled1
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I got mine in 2 days and yes you will at least "appreciate" it! It was very well done.

Where did you find it online? Do you mean you were able to view it online?

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hezzer926
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is this movie depressing?
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AP
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I've had a copy for weeks now... Can't get myself to watch it. I stare at it all the time and think about it, but I can't face it...

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With regards to depressing, yes, in a way, especially for someone who knows nothing about the disease.

On the flip side, it is very eye opening and truthfull.

I found it on-line using torrent searches. Just didnt want to wait for it by mail. Will definately order it though.

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I went to a showing of it a brought a DVD there...it is very sad...but well worth watching...my husband is the sick one and his family can't understand why he is so sick...i got the movie and droped it off to his sister...well the next day she called and was crying..she had no idea that lyme was a real disease...and was so sorry for not understanding....now she calls and stops by way too often...but thats OK...please if you didn't see it, you should, you will get alot from it....just to see people going through what you are and how there treatment is going was very interesting for me...take care all......

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sutherngrl
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This is an excellent well made documentary. It is well worth the money and time. Once you start watching you can't stop. Very compelling.
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astriapage
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I watched it yesterday with my fiance-big eye opener-I have scheduled a viewing with my family tomorrow. I can not wait-I so bad want them to understand!

I did cry alot though-but I feel it is something we all need to do!

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kam
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I am very thankful for it. I will be showing it to a friend this weekend so I will let you know what she thinks about it.

When she was here last, she said I just needed to find a doctor that takes my insurance to treat me for lyme disease.

I thought...yeah...that is do able...only took over 35 specialist to finally get a dx in my old state.

Then the ones that took my insurance didn't have a clue about lyme disease.

Wonder why she thinks it will be any different in my new state.

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