Online FREE Chronic Lyme Disease Summit Starts Next Week

Over 150 symptoms could point to Lyme disease — it’s a present-day epidemic that’s terribly difficult to diagnose! Conventional medicine does not have an answer for Lyme disease. Join us online and FREE from June 19-26, 2017 for expert protocols that could radically improve the life of someone with Lyme! Lyme disease is quickly spreading across the entire globe. Very few are enlightened on this troublesome condition, and that’s why Dr. Jay Davidson has urgently created the second summit on this topic (with only 2 repeat speakers from 2016). 300,000+ people per year contract Lyme, and 2017 is predicted by some to be an incredibly risky year! Your host, Dr. Jay Davidson, nearly lost his wife to chronic Lyme disease, which prompted him to undergo years of research to help her heal. He’ll share that wisdom with you during The Chronic Lyme Disease Summit 2.

New Lyme Vaccine Pushed, Same Vaccine Corruption Revealed

Despite a long absence of any official acknowledgement from the CDC, the general public has long-echoed the sentiments of Richard Horowitz, MD, author of Why Can’t I Get Better? Solving the Mystery of Lyme & Chronic Disease when he recently told Fox5 New York: “There is not even a doubt that we are in the middle of a full-blown epidemic in the United States.” The FDA has given the green light to test another Lyme disease vaccine on humans after two decades of failed attempts to develop an oxymoronic ‘safe vaccine’ to counter the disease. For now the question appears, as Lyme vaccine testing continues in the background, how hard and loud will government agencies, pharmaceutical-funded corporate media organs, and industry-captured medical journals bang the drums to manufacture a consensus for a predictably unsafe and ineffective vaccine?

CDC Finally Acknowledges Real Lyme Disease Rates to Create Market for New Vaccine

For the first time in 2013 the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reversed their position on Lyme disease and admitted that the number of Lyme disease sufferers could be over 300,000 people. This is 10 times more than are reported each year, and reverses what the CDC has claimed for many years now, that Lyme disease can last longer than the recommended 2 to 4 weeks of antibiotics. So why this sudden reversal in reporting about Lyme disease? Jessica Bernstein of wrote an excellent article on this story representing the Lyme disease community blowing the whistle on corruption in the CDC regarding Lyme disease. She points out that the announcement by the CDC that Lyme disease is much greater than previously reported coincides with the release of a new Baxter Lyme vaccine.