A popular drug that targets allergy symptoms could also kill off Lyme disease germs, a new study suggests. A study, funded by the Bay Area Lyme Foundation and conducted by Stanford School of Medicine researchers, shows that loratadine (marketed as Claritin), a common antihistamine frequently taken to treat allergy symptoms, may be able to help kill Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacteria associated with Lyme disease that’s often transmitted by ticks.
Hi! My friend, Alex, is selling his BRAND NEW Doug Coil rife machine. It’s the best one out there made by Alex Levy. It comes with a blank warranty card. He paid $3,200 for it and is asking $2,900. Plus, you don’t need to wait for months for your order to be ready as there are wait lists. Please contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
A friend of a friend (Niamh) is looking to sell their GB4000 rife machine. It’s new and never used.
One of MyLymeDiseaseTreatment’s readers, Melanie Brown, shared a great article she wrote on the importance of quality nursing for chronically ill patients as she has spent much time researching and writing about this topic. I thought it would be useful…
If you can help promote this Lyme Disease fundraiser which is also an excellent educational opportunity for Lyme, that would be awesome!! Marc Horowitz is biking from SF to LA in order to fundraise for his friend Chris’s Lyme treatment as Chris is very ill.
Here is a bit more about Bike4Chris:
Hi, my name is Marc Horowitz, and I am going to ride my bicycle from San Francisco to my home in Los Angeles to raise money to save my friend Chris’ life.
Chris was a healthy father who actively participated in activities with his 11 year-old son and wife before he was struck by an undefined illness 8 years ago that was recently identified as late-disseminated, or stage 3, Lyme disease. Now he is in excruciating pain and doesn’t have the energy to do anything but sit or lie down. His current health care provider, Medicare, doesn’t fully support treatment of stubborn cases of Lyme Disease.