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A list of books and other information on LYME
A source of many books on LYME and treating LYME:  http://www.lymebook.com
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Cure Unknown Pamela Weintraub A science journalist whose entire family became ill after moving to NY City suburbs. Uncovers the politics of the disease, why it is not being properly diagnosed and treated. Essential reading for anyone sick but being told nothing is wrong with them, ride it out, viral etc.  
Freedom from LYME Disease Bryan Rosner New treatments for a complete recovery, foreword by Jon Sterngold, MD. 
Healing Lyme Stephen Harrod Buhner Herbal Treatment with detailed explanation of how borrelia burgdorferi (the Lyme spirochete) affects the body. 
Healing LYME Disease Coinfections Stephen Harrod Buhner Complementary and Holistic Treatments for Bartonella and Mycoplasma 
How Can I Get Better? Richard Horowitz MD An Action Plan for Treating Resistant Lyme and Chronic Disease.  
LYME Disease and Rife Machines Bryan Rosner When Antibiotics Fail, Critical Evaluation of Leading Alternative Therapies 
New Paradigms in LYME Disease Treatments  Connie Strasheim Recent years have brought dramatic changes in how top doctors are treating Lyme disease. New paradigms in Lyme disease treatment have emerged and are helping people to recover, even those that have failed years of treatments. This book is based on interviews with ten leading Lyme doctors, and takes you deep into their treatment programs, so you can see for yourself what is new and different about modern Lyme treatment. No matter how many Lyme disease books you’ve already read, you don’t want to miss the new treatment strategies presented in this book. 
The Lyme Disease Solution Kenneth Singleton MD Best for the anti inflammatory diet discussed in his treatment plan. Good overview of treatment. 
Why Can’t I Get Better Richard Horowitz MD Discusses MSIDS, the concept of Multiple Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome; why it is more than just Lyme making people chronically ill. 
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