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 Post subject: Why don't animals in the wild get Lyme disease?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2008 8:36 pm 
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I just had someone email me and tell me something interesting.

I have always wondered why deer do NOT get Lyme disease. Only humans, dogs and cats that I am aware of.

I have thought forever that Burrascano and other Md's should try to find out what deer have in their bodies or immune systems that keep them immune to getting LD.

The person who emailed me said the reason animals in the wild don't get LD is because they are loaded with vitamin b-17 "laetrile".

This is interesting, there are supplements of this, I wonder why no one has ever recommended this.

I think the cure lies in the answer of finding out why these animals are immune and if vitamin b-17 "laetrile" is the reason - they need to clinically test it.

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 Post subject: Re: Why don't animals in the wild get Lyme disease?
PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2008 6:59 am 
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makes sense to me... and I'm sure they have tried to research that, and probably had the answers, which is how you got that info, but I'm sure funding was pulled for the research.... they are making more money with us being sick. I know someone over at MDJ who says she is friends with many medical researchers (she used to be military) and she said anytime they got close to something funding was pulled for no reason at all.


I'm going to look for the b17 , can't hurt can it?

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 Post subject: Re: Why don't animals in the wild get Lyme disease?
PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2008 10:03 am 
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Horses get tick born illnesses. Igenex tests horses for Lyme ($220) and coinfections ($$$!). In ads for horses for sale you will often see "Lyme Negative" or "Lyme Positive". We initially thought Laine may have caught her disease from a horse. At the time she got sick she was training the horse of a woman with Lyme (and everything else) and she was sure the migrating joint pain her horse continues to have was very close to her terrible symptoms. Good news is she is much better, better than Laine. The two of them have become quite close over this ordeal. Treatment for horses is the same as people - round after round of antibiotics.

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