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Addiction Treatment on wheels — now we’re getting somewhere

https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/article/Addiction-Treatment-on-wheels-mdash-now-we-re-14995497.php Comment; "Meet 'em where they need ya!" This is a lethal, terminal illness, providing hope as well as medication is important to gain trust & compliance. Mobile...

On the early life origins of vulnerability to opioid addiction

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41380-019-0628-5 Comment; Well-designed study documenting how early-life adversity is linked with future opioid addiction--it's not only genetics, but environment as well--at least in rats. Caution does need to be exercised in...

FATAL CASE OF NEUROBORRELIOSIS

https://danielcameronmd.com/fatal-case-of-neuroborreliosis/ Comment; How many unrecognized cases of Lyme & Neuroborreliosis cause fatalities in the US every year? I see so many cases of "complex chronic illness", folks who have seen many physicians who have never...

The Problem with Yeast and Lyme Disease Treatment

https://www.treatlyme.net/guide/kills-yeast-a-brief-guide Comment; A quick overview of how to control Candida overgrowth in the gut while treating Lyme with antibiotics--or just controlling SICO/SIFO. The Problem with Yeast and Lyme Disease Treatment Too many yeast in...

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