deer tick

deer tick

Blacklegged Deer Tick Kanata, Ontario

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This was filmed in Kingston Ontario, Canada June 26, 2013. Check out the agility, size, speed of these amazing critters. One got me 35 years ago, another 4 years ago. I am in remission, because a fantastic doctor in the States, and lots of cash dollars. We are unable to be treated for Lyme Disease in Canada past one month. Many Many Doctors in Canada do not know how to diagnose acute Lyme. Canada is is hotbed for ticks this season. Where I live at least 21% are infected with Lyme Disease and Coinfections. We are in the midst of the biggest epidemic since the black plague. We are using out of date guidelines to treat Lyme Disease from the US. 9 States have abandoned these guidelines. The IDSA (Infectious Disease Society of America) the CDC (American Centre for disease Contol) and the NIH (National Institute for Health) are all under investigation. The IDSA concedes they cannot keep the 2006 guidelines with science. Long term antibiotics, antimalarials (for coinfections) cyst busters and biofilm dissolvers helped in my recovery. I have a LLMD. No Canadian has a doctor with the training that mine does. I am not proud to be Canadian. Universal Healthcare means NO healthcare when it comes to Lyme and Coinfections. After one month no doctor in Canada can give you care or treatment. They call us "Lyme Loonies" The Lunacy lies with the scientists with the IDSA, CDC and NIH that are accepting millions of dollars to supress the information that long term antibiotics work. Enjoy.