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Lyme Disease Community Blows the Whistle on Corruption Within the CDC

"Of even greater concern is the fact that the CDC has been adamantly denying for years that the Lyme infection can persist past the recommended 2 to 4 weeks of antibiotics, despite a growing body of research that demonstrates otherwise. Seventy-seven peer-reviewed studies from 1977 to 2012 show that the Lyme infection can persist despite the recommended antibiotic treatment. Until the question of ongoing infection is firmly established, how can the CDC and the FDA allow anyone who has tested positive for a tick-borne illness to donate blood?"

"Lyme patients suffering from devastating neurological and physical symptoms have desperately been trying to get the CDC to acknowledge that they have a chronic infection that requires further treatment. Yet the CDC continues to ignore the problem."