How is Lyme disease diagnosed?

Red flags go up and alarm bells sound.

The official line is: Lyme disease is caused by bacteria carried by ticks that bite humans.

I could argue against that claim; but in this article I’m focusing on how the diagnosis is made.

There’s a new method, approved by US councils of epidemiologists. The only thing that counts is the lab test. The patient’s clinical symptoms—or whether he has any—irrelevant.

This is clearly insane.

We saw that during the COVID fraud. The deceptive useless PCR test came back positive? The patient “had COVID.” Symptoms? No symptoms? Didn’t matter.

In the case of Lyme, patients are given a test looking for antibodies.

I’ve covered the problems with this test since 1988. Both the Elisa and Western Blot types are unreliable. Numerous citations in the medical literature confirm this. I published citations in my book, AIDS INC.

Further, I see zero proof that any antibodies are specifically connected to any specific germ. Therefore, the presence of these antibodies means nothing in particular.

Further, in the standard view of the human immune system, antibodies are only one element of several key elements. The presence of antibodies says nothing about the overall strength of a person’s illness-fighting capacity.

So diagnosing someone with Lyme on the basis of this test alone, with no reference to whether he’s sick or well, is, at best, meaningless.

But this is a trend in medicine now. Forget the patient. Just focus on the lab test.

That approach will give you many more (supposed) cases of disease. Good for business.

It paves the way for automatic AI diagnosis.

Why allow patients to argue with doctors about the diagnosis when the patients are feeling fine, but are told they have a disease? That’s a waste of time. Just have AI carry out the test and spit out the result.

Already soaring pharmaceutical profits will double, triple, go to the moon.

Because every patient AI diagnosed with a disease will be taking at least one drug.

Millions and millions and millions of healthy people will be informed they have a disease and must be treated.


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