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emla999/Lyme
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Cheerleader Disabled by the Flu Shot


http://www.generationrescue.org/desiree_jennings.html


Update:


Reportedly, the cheerleader is rapidly recovering at Dr. Buttar's clinic.


http://www.drbuttar.com/blog/?p=656


Quote from the link above:


"While Johns Hopkins and Fairfax Medical Center gave her no hope, today we are pleased to announce, that she is currently recovering
at our clinic, the Center for Advanced Medicine and Clinical Research."


And on Thursday, Dr. Buttar and Desiree's husband will be on the Savage Nation Radio show. You can find out when and where to listen to this interview here:

http://bit.ly/Xnlmj

[ 11-06-2009, 12:21 AM: Message edited by: emla999/Lyme ]

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Apparently her condition could be brought on by infection. Apparently they ruled out lyme disease..... Johns Hopkins was involved.

http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/health/One-in-a-Million-Shot-64189142.html

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Most flu vaccines are a waste of time. I just got over a week-plus long cold/flu and recovered. If my lyme ridden carcass can get over the flu, almost anyone can...

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Agree, Lymeorsomething - I've just had two little flus - the headache ones - if we can get through this, then so can the rest, also with some supplemental aids.
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we were riding in wyoming and listened to this on the radio.

i was almost in tears...there is no cure for her at this time.

and the idiots are saying "oh no, it's not the shot that did this, she must have done something"...arrghhhh

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_That_ is Lyme.

[ 10-26-2009, 12:54 AM: Message edited by: canbravelyme ]

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It's not a leap. Lyme can be the cause of dystonia.

The woman remembers getting a flu shot but the likelihood of remembering every tick bite she has gotten is rather slim.

Could be that the vaccine was the last threat that pushed her system over the edge.

Just like whatever was transmitted to me in the bite last year was for me. Extra load and I tipped over.

My sister has dystonia from lyme.
Others on lymenet have had periods when they present exactly like the woman in the news.

Some here experienced the entire cant-walk-forward-but-can-walk-backwards thing too. See stories here(i think):

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/86828#000016

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they didn't say if she was being treated for lyme tho. does anybody know if it has been suggested to her?

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She said in an interview that lyme and lupus were ruled out. Two health issues that can't really be ruled out b/c of lack of accurate testing. If she did go to Johns Hopkins, that would explain that statement.
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I sent a message to her Facebook page yesterday. I haven't heard back, and from what I gather she has many inquiries from around the world.

Perhaps someone amongst us could find a more expedient way to relay the message re: IGeneX, etc. Perhaps through http://www.generationrescue.org/ , which is the vaccine organization who is going to help Jenny.

Let me know when someone has written; otherwise I will later today.

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Update:


Reportedly, the cheerleader is rapidly recovering at Dr. Buttar's clinic


http://www.drbuttar.com/blog/?p=656


And on Thursday, Dr. Buttar and Desiree's husband will be on the Savage Nation Radio show. You can find out when and where to listen to this interview here:


http://bit.ly/Xnlmj


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We do all learn, in the end.

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Wow! This is great.

They flew her out there for treatment!!!

Now if it will just be accepted

as real and not denied like so many other illness's

have been. There was a 12 yr old girl here who got

GBS/Dystonia from her vaccines and missed a year of

school. Thankfully she recovered. It will not be

soon enough for those less fortunate.

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She's getting better via heavy-duty detoxification/antivirals. I'm just wondering - will she relapse once treatment is stopped? I'm glad she's seeing Dr. Buttar but, to me, this really stinks of tick-borne disease.

I mean, everything she's going through is almost a carbon copy of my story. I'm very interested in following her case.

I've been incredibly angered by a lot of the posts on YouTube saying she's faking and/or is psychogenic. I guess I have a lot of unresolved issues!

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I'm with you lymelady. I saw her hold her jaw to

try to control her speech. It sure looks like Bells

Palsy in some ways. And the seizures? I would bet

money she was tested at Hopkins and it was a false

negative. It will be interesting to watch.

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I've written her through Facebook, and also posted to her Facebook wall.

Could one of you / both delegate amongst yourselves and write the Buttar clinic as well as http://www.generationrescue.org/ who arranged for Jenny to see Dr. Buttar / receive treatment.

[group hug]

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Good Idea canbrave lyme. Maybe we all could.

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I don't think more is more, I think more is less.

I'm just a little lettered out on this one. I think if someone took on doing one letter to each, that should suffice.

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UPDATE: - State Board Threatens Physician Who Cured Desiree Jennings of Dystonia

http://www.drbuttar.com/blog/?p=660

[ 11-06-2009, 12:45 PM: Message edited by: Pinelady ]

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http://desireejennings.com/

Her Website.....

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This is what we have to look forward to. Not to

mention these have failed once before, but not

before those failures caused illness. Now it

appears we may also have a new Lyme vaccine in the

works. I have lost count just how many we have

going in to the kids today because of the one

they tried and had to remove.
http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs289/en/index.html

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Of course there's a new vaccine in the works. That's what all the fuss is at the IDSA: if Lyme isn't more than a minor nuisance, then Gary Wormser stands to make a significant amount of profit.

Fortunately, since Wormser was an original researcher, he knows how to treat Borrelia. On top of which, I'm sure he keeps up on the ILADS literature.

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Interestingly we have a man from S. Illinois

going to prison for shaking baby syndrome death.

The child looked to be @ 15mths. old. Ironically

the witnessing doctors/coroners, refused to

testify, on the grounds they could not be a

witness at every child inquest/trial. So the man

was given a lesser sentence and the public and

family are outraged. I think this is ridiculous.

You going to tell me 2 docs could not take a day

to testify at a criminal trial? No I suspect

there was evidence of brain damage caused by

something other than shaken baby, and simply

refused to get involved. A supeona in this

country means nothing anymore.

http://www.wpsdlocal6.com/news/local/69347857.html

http://www.wpsdlocal6.com/news/local/69347857.html?corder=reverse

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If you listen and pause the audio (Robert Scott Bell link) you will hear that they "detoxed" her using (I caught DMPS mentioned as one of the agents used).

Follow this link:

http://tinyurl.com/ylmclkj

She was Hg poisoned.

"The chelating agent (usually DMSA) pulls mercury, for example, out of your cells and excretes them in your urine. DMSA, while FDA approved for lead detoxification, has an "off label" use for mercury detox. There are other agents like DMPS and D-Penicillamine that are used as well."

http://www.docsaleeby.blogspot.com/

Likely...bad vaccine batch.

The Hg poisoning in the vaccine CAUSED her dystonia.

They didn't want to admit the vaccine triggered it and went hunting for diseases and pathogens that can trigger Hg "accumulation".

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Wow, Marnie. Thanks.

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I do hope they got the lot numbers reported and

pulled. While it is know some people just cannot

detox no matter what is should still be

investigated. I guess thats why I got the memo from

my LLMD on detox treatments available and cost.

Ouch.

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Wouldn't other people who got vaccinated with that batch have problems, too? Or am I just not hearing about it?

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Sometimes they do. It is called Hot Lots and can

only be found if they are reported, and posted in

VAERS. Not happening right now. Incidentally lots

are invariably sent to various vaccinators so you

may have on bottle in TX and another of the same

lot sent to Maine. No one would suspect if it is

not reported anyway....Thats why any and all

adverse events need reported. And yes the average

citizen can do it. You should always get the info

when you get a jab.

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Suspected Lyme 07 Test neg One band migrating in IgG region
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31 +++ 34 IND 39 IND 41 IND 83-93 +
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What's Hg?? I don't remember high school or college chemistry anymore!!! [bonk]

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Mercury; I was right!

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oh yeah.. it just hit me and I was coming back to see what the answer was!!

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Thanks for the info, Pinelady!

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My daughter in NC (near him) says there are lots of lawsuits against him.

Just a "heads up".

Innocent until proven guilty.

Traditional medicine does not like it when alternative medicine works.

Our drug companies want to sell us nutrients.

Case in point, the "medicinal food" Axona for AD which is nothing more than the same active nutrients in Virgin Coconut oil.

Which is far cheaper.

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