As you read these, keep in mind that I am not a medical professional. I am not a doctor or a nurse. I am a writer who goes to school for writing. I have only taken a few anatomy classes, and even those were not geared toward those looking to pursue a medical degree.
That said, I do have a lot of experience with this disease. I have educated myself quite a bit on the workings of the human body, and I know how to do research. What you read here is a conglomoration of personal experience and expert findings I've compiled.
When I began working on this site, I used MLA citation for the articles I wrote, primarily because it's what I was most familiar with. However, in fields relating to medicine, the accepted citation format is APA. Therefore I have begun the transition in style. Currently, you will find articles in both formats.
- How Do You Get It and What Is It?
- Why Is It So Controversial?
- CDC vs. ISDA vs. ILADS
- Common Misdiagnoses
[We used to have a great video here of a Lyme patient demonstrating his use of a rife machine. It has since been removed by YouTube. If you have a video, or would like to make one and see it here, please get in touch with us!]