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THROUGH CHALLENGE and Lyme Disease
|Posted on January 16, 2020 at 10:13 PM||comments (0)|
I am the author of Journey Through Challenge and Lyme in advocacy that tries to stay with the symptoms of vector-borne diseases depression, neuropathic pain, anxiety, as we all face this pandemic from Lyme, Bartonella, Babesiosis and many others. We hope you can find something that will help your decision making to better health.
I feel there is some progress being made in this dreadful disease and there is much work to be done still in the future. The suffering still suffers, the ignorant is still doubtful of problems. The profit takers are still clinging to their profit margins. Knowing the sky will likely fall when Tick born diseases are eradicated, elimanating the high percentage of infectous diseases that move so much money.
|Posted on November 20, 2019 at 7:00 PM||comments (0)|
Welcome to my store at
at www.dajanolioutdoors.com. I will integrate this project to help finance the Lyme diseases advocacy and lighten the load on my disability as I receive little to nothing for support of my projects.
|Posted on November 11, 2019 at 11:11 AM||comments (0)|
Federal proposal for $100,000,000 to fight the lyme and Tick-borne diseases fight.
IN MY OPINION - Not anywhere close to 1.something billion for 300 something Zika patients. But 450,000 per year Tick-borne infections x 6yrs. recovery x 10 misdiagnosed or covered-up.= 27,000,000 people and growing are infected x 5 / 6 yr. increments for 30 yr. sufferers = 1.3+billion sufferers for the 30 yrs suffering without proper diagnosis and many will not realize the infection or properly be realized as sick and dying of Tick related issues. Wow, that does feel like population control doesn't it. The problem is, we didn't die. And we were told that all of the mortuaries were built to process the dying Baby boomers - IN MY OPINION, I have not seen any standing room only customers at our mortuaries lately.
|Posted on October 18, 2019 at 1:32 PM||comments (0)|
In response to an FB article and stopping children from playing in leaves. I feel experts are questionable here. Some facts are off. Ticks can freeze and thaw is suggested. Stop all activities in the outdoors, such as forestry and outdoor industries where parents work and come home. Police and first responders swim in tick habitat all the time. They also go home. This is not something we can hide behind. We could also lock children in their rooms, eliminate all pets in house, take away their fun times. The mind developing activities that are very much outside activities for most. And then we can truly have a world of zombies that stalled in growth with no imagination for problem-solving or conquering this devastation that is going to and is already attacking the population. I feel it is not all about the children and not knowing. This is also about the adult population that refuses to take this monster seriously. Nope, I do not agree. Tick checks, watchful eyes, active parents are the best way to keep our futures and population healthy and growing. Until this gov., Big Pharma, medical arrogant community. stockholder controlled debacle is turned around. We are going to lose a few. But this fight is now on us and we must stop taking away the perks of life and start cleaning up the mess. IN MY OPINION
|Posted on October 11, 2019 at 8:51 AM||comments (0)|
Silence is Golden in Lyme
I have been thinking that when the top medical Infectious Diseases hospitals tell you they don't do Lyme diseases there. Or say they know about Lyme diseases and use inferior testing and treatments or none at all. I have found them to be puppets of higher powers. The less there is mentioned of Tick-borne related issues in the medical community, the more profit from misdiagnosed symptoms for the stock Holders of BIG PHARMA that happens to be the controllers of the puppets. IN MY OPINION.
" The Lyme Community voices must become louder than silence. The costs of lawsuits must exceed the profit margins before stockholders will allow change."
David R Thomas - Tick-borne Diseases advocacy, throughchallenge.com
|Posted on September 30, 2019 at 5:22 PM||comments (0)|
I have improved just starting and stopping at the one month period. Have not started back yet but will start much slower when I do. I have been off for about two months now. I really need to slow down because my previous heart issues will stop me if I don't. But I am doing things again and I believe the DSF had helped greatly in the low dosages that I was taking. I believe a major herx is why I had trouble, and now I am glad I took the DSF. I start with a quarter 250mg pill every day for two weeks. done great, then half 250 mg pill for two weeks. I started nerve jerking and synapses in the nervous system that I was not able to rest with. That meant my heart was likely doing the same thing. So I stopped. I just may be one of those highly sensitive individuals that respond to lower dosage. Thank you all here for sharing and caring. keep talking.
|Posted on August 23, 2019 at 10:03 AM||comments (3)|
Hello all, I am still here after my first month of Disulfiram. For me, this has been an experience that has helped me with some issues and I believe added some issues. I will explain here.
I hope this helps,
David R Thomas – Tick-Borne diseases advocate
|Posted on July 21, 2019 at 4:49 PM||comments (2)|
I was asked today about mold and if I had any experience with mold sensitivity and Lyme.
My response is, mold is a common hindrance in Lyme recovery. Some see, feel it, or my Diddy is inhale it. I think mold toxicity is a big deal. This year in the Northeast, we have heat, rain, following an abundant acorn crop. I suspect about August through November will be a very troublesome time for tick-borne diseases between ages 0 to 16.
If there is mold, there will likely be some very sicker than usual kids this year. We need trained eyes in our ER personal. They just are not there yet or not interested. IN MY OPINION
|Posted on May 29, 2019 at 3:09 PM||comments (0)|
I have been getting more than a couple of concerned inquiries about the Longihornis Tick. Or Asian Tick.
I have also been reading up on the Longihornis Asian Tick. Appears any human infections are considered accidental. This Tick carries the SFTS ( Severe Fever Thrombocytopenia Syndrome) ( A dog disease )Only deadly to 20 to 30% of those that get it. (I suspect cross-contamination.)
|Posted on May 23, 2019 at 8:10 PM||comments (0)|
An Updated expansion of
“The Perils of Invisible disease
and Lyme Related Issues”
First I must say I am not a Doctor. I am a well oiled Lyme disease advocate, survivor Prevention presenter, Seminar facilitator that probably knows more about the new sciences of Tick borne diseases from bite to treatment than 98% of the world medical community as much of the Tick-borne disease sufferers have been forced to become. We have bred a very competent group of computer operators in the world and gave them medical degrees. It seems this is where much of the lack of knowledge is coming from.
We in the USA are finding a great argument among scholars about vaccination for and against. I see a clash coming that will put this to rest. As we fight over who will get to be forced vaccinated. The tick borne disease world and the autoimmune deficient world will suffer the most. This will not kill those Tick borne sufferers right off. This will be the economy busting that will last generations. In two hundred years, if our descendants are lucky enough to survive this Arrogance bred ignorance and greed of the medical communities world wide. This will rival the great plague of the mid-evil days of the Roman Empire.
Forcing vaccinations to the pandemic of Diagnosed / Un-diagnosed Lyme sufferers out there from ages 0 to 90 will stack bodies up so fast, hospitals will fill up, and finally, the defunct medical community will crumble from its own lack of guidance from the leaders of the IDSA/CDC. Only then we will be able to rebuild. Simply because the medical community is no longer trained to think outside the box where Tick-borne diseases live.
I feel we do not have to go down this road as our medical leaders in the highest offices dictate. We can make what we have work by changing the leadership and investigating why we are where we are in this great argument of Tick borne and Vaccination issues come speeding toward a crashing disaster.
David R Thomas
Lyme disease Advocates