No Go!

NOT RECOMMENDED!

Due to the high number of patient complaints and the 
Number of chronically ill, disabled and those who have suffered and died 
After being misdiagnosed and/or improperly treated for tick borne diseases 
We do not recommend the following people and places...



NOT RECOMMENDED
Paul Gisbert Auwaerter, M.B.A., M.D.


Clinical Director, Division of Infectious Diseases
Professor of Medicine
Expertise: Epstein-Barr Virus, Fever of Unknown Origin, Infectious Disease, Infectious Mononucleosis, Lyme Disease, Osteomyelitis, Respiratory ...read more 
Research Interests: Tick borne diseases; Point of Care Information Technology


American Lyme Disease Foundation (ALDF) Doctor Referral Site

Boston Children's Hospital
(See note below)

Johns Hopkins
(Maryland)

Mayo Clinic

New Jersey

Infectious Diseases- Chilton Medical Center- Pompton Plains, NJ
**Watch his 1-4 minute video clips for more discouraging information**


Massachusetts

**Dr. Robert Kalish- Lyme Disease Clinic Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA**

Massachusetts

**QUOTE
- July 2016- "A group of doctors from Boston Children's Hospital's Division of Infectious Diseases wrote to legislative leaders, "Well-designed studies have shown that administration of additional or prolonged courses of antibiotics confers no benefit to patients who have had a standard course of accepted treatment for Lyme disease." Link Here. **

Massachusetts

**Quote
- July 2016- Christina Hermos, a pediatric infectious disease doctor at UMass Memorial Children's Medical Center, wrote to lawmakers, "Not only is the use of long-term antibiotics contrary to the best evidence about Lyme, but it also puts our patients and community at risk for the very real risks of unnecessary antibiotic use." Hermos said only a small number of doctors prescribe long-term antibiotics to treat Lyme disease, and it can cause harmful complications, such as infections, allergic reactions or drug-resistance to other diseases. 
Link Here **

Massachusetts

**Quote-
July 2016- "Far from improving the patient's quality of life, prolonged antibiotic therapy may actually increase the patient's suffering," society president Daniel McQuillen wrote to legislators. McQuillen called the treatment "unproven and potentially unsafe." Link Here **