Lyme Disease

Creative Outrage

Posted by on Mar 29, 2013 in Books, Cancer, EMF Issues, Food, Lyme Disease, Psychiatry | 0 comments

Creative Outrage

Helke Ferrie’s CREATIVE OUTRAGE is an astonishing account of the rot in our medical system controlled by the pharmaceutical industry and supported by our regulatory authorities. It describes the plight of millions caught in a system that allows the pharmaceutical industry to create drugs simply for huge profits. For a long time, complementary MDs and their patients have known that something is wrong with the system because patients are not getting better. Of course, it is no wonder that people remain sick when at least 75% of the research,...

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2012 The Voice of the People on Lyme Disease

Posted by on May 16, 2012 in Lyme Disease | 0 comments

The Voice of the People on Lyme Disease * Helke Ferrie Vitality, May 2012 The ancient Romans, not known for their user-friendly policies, knew when to listen to the “vox populi”; even emperors felt the heat when a lot of people made a noise about the same issue. Rome at its height held about a million people. So, what does it take to get the McGuinty government to face the actual facts about one of the worst infectious diseases in the world? How about 3.5 million Ontarians? MPP Bob Bailey (Conservative, Sarnia-Lampton) presented a...

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May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month

Posted by on May 16, 2010 in Lyme Disease | 0 comments

May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month: Lyme Disease Resource Book for Canadians By Helke Ferrie, Vitality Magazine May 2010 It is preposterous, but Canada fell through that infamous rabbit hole.  Thousands of Canadians, whose numbers are growing annually, are now at the mercy of the policies of our medical Wonderland, where things have become “curiouser and curiouser”, as Alice would say. In this Canada Wonderland we find a Lyme disease policy which bears no resemblance to clinical observation, little to scientific research, and it ignores...

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Lyme Disease

Posted by on Feb 16, 2009 in Lyme Disease | 0 comments

An Emerging Epidemic with No Effective Means of Treatment in Ontario By Helke Ferrie Vitality February 2009 Dr Krop (right) with a patient  “The physician’s challenge is the curing of disease, educating the people in the laws of health, and preventing the spread of plagues and pestilence.” – Sir William Osler (1849-1919) A profound medical mystery is unfolding in Canada: Lyme Disease, an infectious disease which is especially serious in its chronic form, has become an epidemic throughout North America. And even though it is...

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