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22dreams
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We are evidently referred to as "the lyme disease people":

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-rodricks-lyme-disease-20100427,0,7453965.column?page=1

"Last summer, I had my first experience with the Lyme disease people -- those who are convinced that the dangers of the tick-borne disease are much greater than mainstream science says ..."

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momintexas
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Wow......insulting article.


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22dreams
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Get this, in the SAME newspaper TODAY(see below).
I'm unable to log in (server error) or else I'd simply post this and walk away.

Quite a juxtaposition to that blaggard's op-ed column.

Science prevails, eh?
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Haines won't seek sixth term in state Senate
Republican reportedly cites wife's illness, real estate business as reasons

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/carroll/bs-md-ca-br-haines-not-running-20100426,0,4429948.story

Sen. Larry Haines, a Republican who has represented parts of both Carroll and Baltimore counties for 20 years, said Monday that he will not run for re-election.

The Carroll County Times reported on its website that Haines mentioned his wife's illness from Lyme disease as one of the reasons he is not seeking a sixth term....

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Remember that the Baltimore Sun receives big bucks from Johns Hopkins for their advertising and probably free access to medical "experts" for nearly any article they write on health issues.

JH is notorious for their ignorance of the severity of lyme and other tick-borne infections. They work very hard to keep it that way.

JH drives the economic machine in Baltimore.
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Please send in your comments. Thanks.

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