Lyme Disease Educational DVDs Through The University of New Haven!

I recently ordered a few DVDs through the University of New Haven’s Lyme Group where much research is being done on Lyme disease – lead by Dr. Eva Sapi. Below is a list of the educational DVDs (and CD) they have for sale. It may be helpful to give one to your doctor or family members – especially the 2 DVDs in which Dr. Phillips is speaking. Click here or at the bottom of the page to go to their site which will explain how to purchase the DVDS – the sale of which goes to supporting further Lyme disease research. While the materials are a few years old, they are still very much germane. You are bound to know more about chronic Lyme disease than most doctors after watching these films. Something fascinating I learned from watching these DVDs is that they have found that something in our skin, our connective tissue, is actually protecting the spirochetes from being killed by antibiotics, although they don’t know exactly what it is that is shielding them.

Lyme Disease Educational Materials For Sale

1. 2008 Lyme Disease Symposium Compendium (CD)
This CD contains presentation outlines, abstracts and Power Point presentations from the conference. $10

2. Dr. Richard Horowitz: “Classical and Integrative Medical Approaches in Chronic Lyme Disease: New Paradigms in Diagnosis and Treatment” (DVD)
This lecture was recorded at the Lyme Symposium held at the University of New Haven on May 17, 2008. $15

3.Dr. Steven Phillips: “Chronic Lyme: An Evidence-Based Review”
This lecture was recorded at the Lyme Symposium held at the University of New Haven on May 17, 2008. $15

4. Dr. Alan MacDonald: “Biofilms of Borrelia burgdorferi and Clinical Implications for Chronic Borreliosis” (DVD)
This lecture was recorded at the University of New Haven, July 7, 2008. $15

5. Dr. Steven Phillips: “Chronic Lyme Disease: Connection to MS- Facts behind the controversy” (DVD)
This lecture was recorded at the Lyme Symposium held at the University of New Haven on May 12, 2006. $15″

http://www.newhaven.edu/unh/lyme/

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