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Posted by Catgirl (Member # 31149) on :
I wonder what it is? I'm not trying to promote this place, just wondering if anyone has tried it (no affiliation). It sounds like it helps with lyme.
Posted by Keebler (Member # 12673) on :
They want your email address - in the link you found (but not in the ones I looked at last autumn)

Be careful not to give your email address to such blind groups as this. Never a good sign that they ask for that right up front.

I recall looking at this - trying to keep an open mind as past journalism practices taught me, but there are just so many red flags.

They do not detail much about it and it costs $17K. Some posts here explain more about my process, actually trying hard to find out just what it is. [That got a little clearer later with some YouTube videos from them. Still, a thick fog.]

the best I could determine after much searching is that it's supposed to be about mitochondria support. We can do that in less expensive ways. Eating all our greens is a good start.

Topic: BX Lyme protocol? Oct. 2014

[ 05-21-2015, 01:52 PM: Message edited by: Keebler ]
Posted by Lymetoo (Member # 743) on :
Be sure to read the link Keebler posted above.
Posted by Catgirl (Member # 31149) on :
17k!!!! Yeah, that sounds like a scam. Thank you both!
Posted by sickofsick (Member # 29258) on :
I have attended a presentation by the scientist developer and watched all their podcasts. I feel their theories may be at least partly accurate. They are basically addressing Lyme at a cellular level, but so much of it is difficult to understand. The price and mysterious nature of treatment keep most from signing up. However, I am acquainted with two people who are doing it and have improved significantly.
Posted by Judie (Member # 38323) on :
Posted by Delta Legal (Member # 47316) on :
Big Pharma Rob makes fictitious claims regarding mug shots and BX Protocol.

The mug shot claims are an example of how desperate big pharma is to discredit the organization. The tactic involves joining 1 truth with 1 or 2 fallacies in order to achieve the desired social impact.

2002 and 2013 alleged Arrest

The Truth:
Dr. Smith was ticketed in 2002 for protesting a beef and poultry contamination. The protest was aimed at a food chain and the USDA. When refusing to leave the property, he was written a ticket and released. This type of misdemeanor required a mug shot under plea in abeyance. NO ARREST NO CONVICTION. Dr. Smith offers no apologies and is very proud of his actions in this instance.

In 2013 Dr. Smith was ticketed for target practicing on a gun range that had been the active gun range in the area for nearly 20 years. The new owner of the property requested that police start ticketing people if they came on the land. That is his right and Dr. Smith was more than happy to pay the fine. This was a misdemeanor trespassing charge and again under plea in abeyance, mug shots were required. NO ARREST NO CONVICTION.

The Lie
Deltas founders and employees are fraudsters. Delta is a scam. Delta does not provide anything for your money. People that work for Delta are fraudsters. Want proof? Check out these Mug Shots of the shysters in action.

The trickery of Big Pharma Rob is sophisticated. He is obviously an intelligent individual with a talent at distortion and manipulation. Many will decide not to do our protocol as a result of his criminal activities. That is unfortunate, and also distinguishes him as an evil person that cares little about your health.

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