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Expert in how #LymeDisease diagnostic tests were designed to fail.
Nov 4 13 tweets 8 min read
The thing that bugs me most (no pun intended) about #LymeDisease is that people accept the claim it’s “controversial” without question. If people were getting properly diagnosed there would be no controversy—so the question should be, who is preventing proper diagnosis?? Who is preventing proper diagnosis of #LymeDisease?

1. @CDCgov, in many ways, but mainly by insisting on test methods that they, themselves have said are inaccurate. They also control the serum repository, ensuring it skews toward the highly reactive arthritis subset.
Aug 17 12 tweets 8 min read
#LymeDisease diagnostic tests were designed to detect cases of *late Lyme arthritis*, a condition associated with certain genetics and which usually manifests as a single arthritic knee. This is the visual CDC uses ⤵️ People who have the genetic makeup for susceptibility to *late #Lyme arthritis* tend to produce a strong antibody response to #LymeDisease infection, but it builds over time. That’s why CDC & IDSA say “don’t test in the first 3 weeks.”
Aug 16 5 tweets 5 min read
*FDA did not find #LYMErix increased arthritis.

They only reviewed arthritis complaints b/c the crooks running the trials had redefined #LymeDisease & rigged testing to only DX arthritis-susceptible cases.

Not gonna find dangerous AEs only looking for swollen knees. Do these AEs look like arthritis? (Thanks for the link, @danaparish.)
Jun 22 8 tweets 7 min read
Here’s how #LymeDisease testing is rigged.

1. Allen #Steere discovered a genetic association between strong immune response & arthritis.

2. Only about 15% of people fit that profile

Continued… 3. SmithKline needed to *not* diagnose #LymeDisease for their #LYMErix #vaccine trials

4. So they convinced the feds to rig the disease definition so a case of #Lyme = #LymeArthritis ONLY

Continued…
Jun 5 13 tweets 10 min read
There is a lot of confusion about what #LymeDisease tests under the #CDC #twotier standard are actually designed to diagnose. I’d like to elucidate for all but am feeling kinda lazy, lol. Let’s see here. 1/x Some think #lymeDisease diagnostics are geared toward #earlylyme only, while some say #latelyme or #LymeArthritis. It’s more specific than that & there is a reliance on timing & interpretation of results to exclude as many cases as possible. 2/x
Aug 21, 2021 33 tweets 17 min read
Let’s discuss #LymeDisease #vaccines.

The topic is getting a lot of play lately, and I’m seeing people who have been socially programmed to hate “antivaxxers” jumping on the “antivaxxers killed the Lyme vaccines” propaganda short bus.

🧵 First of all, the #Lyme vaccines killed themselves. Let’s just be clear on that, once and for all. OspA in any form is not a vaccine. It is one of many lipoproteins expressed on the surface of Borrelia, the organisms that cause #LymeDisease. #LYMErix was recombinant OspA.
May 8, 2021 16 tweets 11 min read
One of the big #LymeDisease lies is that it takes two whole days of tick attachment to transmit disease. There have been studies published debunking this lie, but I like to use #tick #biology instead. iai.asm.org/content/70/7/3… Image And #spirochete #science. Because first of all, you have to know how spirochetes operate. They are able to adapt to different environmental conditions by changing their outer surface proteins (Osps).
#LymeDisease #LymeDiseaseAwarenessMonth

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Feb 21, 2021 21 tweets 13 min read
Different groups have FOIAed this #Lyme crooks email over the years. On the surface it is appalling, but what does it really mean? “This battle cannot be won on a scientific front...we need reinforcements from outside our field.”

In short, it means they’re guilty. Of what? 🧵 They rigged the #LymeDisease case definition to conform to diagnostics that were designed to detect a small minority of cases that are genetically predisposed to produce a strong antibody response.
Jun 18, 2020 7 tweets 7 min read
More than two decades after assaulting Czech children with lipidated OspA “vaccines,” UConn declares, “It’s the lipids, stupid!”

“Chemical removal of the lipid portion of purified M. pneumoniae lipoproteins eliminated VED...”[vaccine-enhanced disease]

scienmag.com/uconn-research… WHY do “scientists” still think it’s cool to inject lipoproteins (especially of the highly acylated variety)? WHY is UConn suddenly saying, oh, isn’t it amazing how we solved the mystery of the century! WHY???

Because #LYMErix.
May 30, 2019 12 tweets 5 min read
Refrigeration at the doctor’s office is moot if #vaccines have already sat out for 2 days to be labeled and packaged.
prweb.com/releases/garve… “In their efforts to improve the cold chain, pharmaceutical manufacturers have largely focused on storage and shipment. However, there’s a period during the packaging process when vaccines are routinely out of the cold chain for up to 2 days.”