The Freedom to Speak

Section two of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the right of all Canadians to voice their opinions on any subject they feel the need to voice an opinion on without fear of recriminations. While some Lyme sufferers have been very vocal about their struggles, many more have chosen to remain silent. And always they give the same reason: They fear that if they publicly criticize their doctors, health authorities, or anyone else for failing to provide them with a satisfactory level of care that they will be subject to exactly the sorts of recriminations that the Charter makes illegal.

Top 5 Books on Lyme Disease

There are a lot of books on Lyme disease out there and it can be difficult to know which ones contain valuable information that can help you to better understand Lyme disease and which ones fan the flames of controversy without delivering much in the way of knowledge. Here are a few that I found helpful when I was sifting through a mountain of research trying to get my head around what makes this disease tick.

Tick-borne Illnesses in Canada - Part 2

This is the second of two posts looking at the tick-borne illnesses it's possible to contract in Canada. As you read though this post and the one I wrote in October keep in mind that our collective knowledge of tick-borne illnesses is far from complete. Some of the organisms that I describe in these posts have been known to exist for many decades and are well documented while many others are new to medicine and little is currently known about them. Still others have yet to be discovered.

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Now booking speaking engagements on Lyme disease in BC & Alberta for May 2017. For details about my presentations, please visit my public speaking page.

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Because a site like this must always have one. The information contained on this site reflects the personal opinions of its author. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease and should not under any circumstances be taken as medical advice. The data posted here is SOLELY for informational purposes. Please consult a licensed health care practitioner for all of your health care needs. Common sense is the best friend you'll ever have.