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sugarjo62
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Are there any organizations that can help with medical, testing or script costs?

I have insurance but so far none of the Drs I've contacted will accept MY particular insurance, if any.

I don't have the resources to go out of pocket but I need some agressive treatment.

If anyone knows of anything at all, please PM me. I am in CT. Thank you!

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Tested positive for Lyme/western blot in May 2010...received standard treatment of doxy for 3wks. Whoop dee doo...symptoms came back in full force following tkr in January 2012.

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Im no Obama care fan but you may want to sign up on that if money is a real issue.

For myself, where money is an issue also, I am choosing alternative methods but they are not without cost either.. but much much less than conventional treatment. Do not go without treatment just because you cant afford conventional doctors. I think that there are things you can do to at least slow down the advancement of the disease process. Id look at colloidal silver, MMS, TAO free samento, enzymes, ozone, for starts, until you figure out how to access the many thousands of dollars requiried for other conventional treatments.

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