Lyme Disease: The CDC’s Greatest Coverup & What They Don’t Want You To Know
Lyme Disease, is estimated to affect 300,000 people a year in the United States and 65,000 people a year in Europe. It is a disease that viciously attacks the immune system. It’s testing, diagnoses and treatment, is an extremely controversial subject. The CDC has been hiding many facts about the causative agents of Lyme Disease for a long time.
Doctors are also part of this great lie because they are afraid that they will lose their practices, and the CDC as well as insurance companies are doing almost everything just to stop the diagnosing, treating and recognizing of this disease. They tend to keep a veil on people’s knowledge by insisting that the illness can only be transmitted by infected ticks.
According to CDC figures, Lyme disease is more common than breast cancer and HIV/AIDS. If not discovered in the early stages, it can become chronic. However, the CDC and the ISDA deny the existence of chronic Lyme and approve of insurance companies’ denial to treat patients with the disease.
Borrelia burgdorferi is the bacterium that causes Lyme disease. It has a cork-screw form, which is actually the form of the spirochete. The Lyme spirochete is related to syphilis. Treponema pallidum, which is the reason why new studies show that Lyme disease can also be sexually transmitted. A new study conducted at the annual Western Regional Meeting of the American Federation for Medical Reasearch by a team of scientists from all over the world tested semen samples and vaginal secretions in three groups of patients.
The first group consisted of people with no evidence of Lyme disease, the second one of people whose test was positive, and the third one of married couples who were engaged in unprotected sex with one being positive to Lyme disease. The third group was of greatest interest because the presence of B. burgdorferi and identical strains of the bacterium was being tested in order to prove whether this Lyme disease is sexually transmitted or not.
The results showed even higher possibility of getting Lyme disease during sex than from a tick bite in the woods. Additionally, it can be transmitted to unborn babies, causing infections and birth defects in some cases. Also pets can be infected by this disease and they can transmit the disease to their owners.
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