Children With Lyme & Tick Borne Diseases
Dr. Charles R. Jones- Update June 2021
Dr. Jones is no longer seeing new patients. If you are looking for a Lyme treating health care professional to help your child, please go to www.LymeDoc.org You can also check with your local support groups for more ideas.
Thank you Dr. Charles Ray Jones and may God bless you!
UPDATE- February 2, 2022
From Dr. Kenneth Liegner
You Can Start Here!
Lyme Tests Still Miss
Less Than 10% Of Children Get A Rash!
Where Can I Find A Doctor
To Treat Lyme Disease?
>>>> LymeDoc.org <<<<
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As Ticks Become More Active
Three Decades Later
What Do We Know About Lyme Disease?
We know and have proven beyond a doubt that
Lyme symptoms remaining after treatment
Can be related to an active Lyme infection!
1. Tests are still missing 74.9% of Lyme disease cases. Independent researchers continue to try to develop better tests due to the high failure rate of the standard tests that are often promoted by patent holders and insurance companies.
2. People can acquire multiple infections when bitten by ticks.
4. There are no studies proving Lyme disease can be cured with 2-3 weeks of one antibiotic and many studies proving it can not be.
5. Lyme disease is not “easy to diagnose and easy to cure”. When someone remains ill after treatment or relapses it is not due to a “post-Lyme syndrome” or “MUS” (multiple unexplained symptoms) or because they were originally misdiagnosed. It is because they still have an active infection and require additional treatment.
7. Too many uninformed doctors are still following 12 year old treatment guidelines (2006 IDSA), which excludes the majority of new scientific evidence.
8. Authors of 2006 IDSA guidelines have been investigated by the Attorney General of CT and were shown to have conflicts of interest and ties to patents, insurance and drug companies, yet the authors continue to fight to keep them in use.
9. Those who are responsible for and who have promoted the failed Lyme tests, failed Lyme vaccine and failed treatment guidelines can not admit they were wrong or admit to having conflicts of interest without fear of individual and class action law suits. As a result they continue insisting all is well while millions suffer.
10. If things were going well in the world of Lyme disease there wouldn't be so many chronically ill & disabled patients, so many people world wide speaking out and so many trying to find a better solution.
*Be sure to check with your doctor if you have concerns about your child's health!*
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