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Nutrigenetic patterns of people with Lyme Disease.
Bob Miller, ND

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The Wahls Protocol for neurological Lyme.
Dr. Terry Wahls

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Using real foods to heal from Lyme Disease.
Brenda Cosintino

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Helping your mitochondria recover from Lyme Disease. 
Dr. Sally Shultz

#155: Conference Report: Lyme Disease in the Era of Precision Medicine

Lyme Disease in the Era of Precision Medicine Conference is the second annual conference. This conference was founded by Joel Dudley, PhD, Director of the Institute for Next Generation Healthcare, and included presentations by UC San Francisco’s Charles Chiu, Epidemiologist at Gesisinger Health Systems Annemarie Hirsch, UC Davis Nicole Baumgarth, Virginia Commonwealth University RIchard Marconi, and University of Maryland Joao Pedra.

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#154: Rachel Fresco, President, Bio-Botanical Research – Creator of Biocidin

Dr. Fresco started out training to be an acupuncturist and herbologist. Shortly after she obtained her degree she was contacted by doctors with AIDS patients, who said her one of her herbal formulas was helping their patients. This lead her to found her company Bio-botanical research inc.

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#153: Susan Pogorzelski, Lyme Brave Foundation – Tending the emotional side of Lyme disease.

Susan was born in Pennsylvania, where she graduated from college with a BA in English. In 2012 she was diagnosed with late-stage Lyme Disease after being sick with little explanation for nearly 15 years. After being in remission for nearly a year, Susan relapsed in 2015. Her new book, The Last Letter is closely based on her own struggles with Lyme Disease.

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#152: Morley Robbins – Iron Toxicity and Magnesium

Morley had been a hospital executive and consultant for 32 years until he developed a condition called “frozen shoulder.” Which opened his eyes to the power of natural medicine, and set him on his path of becoming an expert in magnesium and magnesium deficiency.

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#151: The “Quail Scouts” – Raising Quail to Fight Lyme Disease

Violet, Piper, Jennifer and Claire are all in 7th grade, and are girl scout cadets on Long Island. They noticed the large amount of Lyme Disease cases in their community, among adults, relatives, and school aged kids, and decided as part of their Cadet Silver Star Project to raise Quail chicks to release in their area to combat the tick population in their area.

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