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D&L THOMAS

TICK BORNE DISEASE ADVOCATES

THROUGH CHALLENGE and Lyme Disease

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Comparisons

Posted on June 29, 2020 at 5:06 PM

 I hear much about the great Corona Virus Pandemic. Almost from day one of the possible global outbreak that would affect the world. As this has turned out to be only time will tell if we have taken the right steps to avoid disaster.
  The other world pandemic that is not talked about and has ravaged the world, and is much more understanding of how the gov. failed us back in the 90"s. I write much about this issue as I am a very literate Tick-Borne advocate and Prevention seminar facilitator at Throughchallenge.com.
  People are now being misdiagnosed corona, I am sure. You can check this out with experts affiliated at ILADS.org. Now we Lyme and coinfections sufferers are forgotten once again as our descendants will one day look back on our generation and ask. Why were we cast aside when something could have been done?
  Could it have really been the final decision that Lyme and Tick-borne diseases were not lucrative enough to take on as a public health threat? Or because it was much more lucrative to treat the over 300 autoimmune symptoms that Tick-borne diseases will create if ignored and allowed to manifest. 
  We have a responsibility to our descendants to deal with this IDSA, CDC, NIH (world controllers of medicine) debacle for the futures of our children. 
  There is so much familiar in the medical world today that going to a health establishment becomes a very fearful last hope, instead of known - knowledgeable life-sustaining expertise.
  I pray soon that we all start to write about the great Tick-borne diseases disaster of the turn of the 21 century that devastated the futures of our forgotten future generations. 

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