2008 Lyme Disease Annual Report: A Yearly Update for Doctors and Patients

Lyme Disease Annual Report A Yearly Update for Doctors and Patients Every year newsworthy events throughout the Lyme Disease community will be chronicled in our Annual Report This issue contains exciting and provocative topics including The neuropsychiatric manifesta

  • Title: 2008 Lyme Disease Annual Report: A Yearly Update for Doctors and Patients
  • Author: Bryan Rosner
  • ISBN: 9780976379720
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Perfect Paperback
  • Every year, newsworthy events throughout the Lyme Disease community will be chronicled in our Annual Report This issue contains exciting and provocative topics including The neuropsychiatric manifestations of Lyme Disease The debate surrounding the chronic form of the infection The supplement of the year glyconutrients Updates on patient activism and physician criticEvery year, newsworthy events throughout the Lyme Disease community will be chronicled in our Annual Report This issue contains exciting and provocative topics including The neuropsychiatric manifestations of Lyme Disease The debate surrounding the chronic form of the infection The supplement of the year glyconutrients Updates on patient activism and physician criticism News from Bryan Rosner Much

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    1. Eye opening. This book was the first to introduce the concept of lyme-induced autism. Mothers told their stories being diagnosed with lyme-and their sick babies that were diagnosed with autism. Doctors in lyme connnecticut also discovered their autistic children tested positive to lyme 100% of the time. There were many other articles in there detailing that bartonella can mimic every psychiatric illness there is. Literally crazy stuff! It moves fast and is a quick read :)

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