Diseases – General

"#Lyme literate" quacks often convince their victims that feeling worse on their bizarre drug cocktails is a good thing. They falsely claim feeling worse means the diagnoses/treatments are appropriate. More on the strange "herxing" belief from Quackwatch. https://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/lyme.html

Former cult members explain that nobody thinks they are in a cult and members are well-educated. Just like the destructive chronic Lyme movement that drains people financially and emotionally and teaches that feeling worse on a treatment is a good thing. https://www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/a-cult-awareness-educator-helps-survivors-by-sharing-her-own-cautionary-tale/Content?oid=29413454&media=AMP+HTML&oid=29413454&__twitter_impression=true

Dangerous functional, integrative, and “#Lyme literate” quacks often convince their victims that they have fake infections using bogus but sciency-looking test results. Here are some ways they trick people.

Did you know that the CDC documented Medical Child Abuse at the hands of advocates for chronic #Lyme pseudoscience in the early 1990s? Most victims were adolescent girls and a number lost their gallbladders due to harmful antibiotic regimens. https://lymescience.org/medical-child-abuse/

Load More...