The perils of invisible disease and Lyme related issues | 58286
Journal of Clinical and Cellular Immunology

Journal of Clinical and Cellular Immunology
Open Access

ISSN: 2155-9899

The perils of invisible disease and Lyme related issues

3rd International Conference on Autoimmunity

November 26-27, 2018 | Dublin, Ireland

David R Thomas

Author at D&L THOMAS BOOKS, Lyme and associated diseases advocate Elmira, New York

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Clin Cell Immunol

Abstract :

The perils of invisible disease and Lyme related issues, has brought me full circle in life. I have found that what is perceived as professional medicine has become distorted in the many minds that control medicine. This means that when a Doctor is taught one thing that his professors believe to be tried and true knowledge of a disease, the Doctor will likely not sway from those teachings. These are the controllers of medicine. The Doctors are, for the most part, not trouble-shooters and problemsolvers as they are book learners. They may want you to think they are king of the patients├?┬ó├?┬?├?┬? world. However, in the world of silent diseases such as tick-borne issues, they are often the patients├?┬ó├?┬?├?┬? dimming hope and demise. Doctors do not go to school to learn to be doctors today. It seems to me that most go for the money and they figure that all they have to do is memorize books of teachings - which are outdated. Then they deliver the outdated information to the patient. This is all smoke and mirrors. The Doctor is often left with frustration, and a big fat paycheck, that is really hindering the health of the country rather than improving the health of the country. We need to take the control of pharmacy and drug producers away from pharmacycontrolled Doctors, politicians and insurance companies. I feel all medical leaders are pharmacy bought and paid. They are in control of a profit machine that is, in truth, destroying world health programs and benefiting from the great profit machine. This is the great bottom line. This brings me to outdated medical practices. My research has found that outdated medicine has hindered the medical and patient communities concerned with Lyme and co-infections. In the ├?┬ó├?┬?├?┬?non-Lyme literate├?┬ó├?┬?├?┬? world, nine out of 10 general practitioners don't recognize our disease, but they can name the many symptoms caused by our disease. There is a pill for most symptoms related to tick-borne related health issues.

Biography :

David R Thomas, am not a Doctor of medicine as some seem to suggest, but I am a self-taught Lyme disease survivor/advocate that does speak, teach, and share his views of my many experiences, that will need to be acknowledged along the way, to understanding this dreadful experience of Tick-borne disease medical challenges. It is sad that our medical community has found itself so far behind in this pandemic of So many diseases. This article pertains to my experiences through the challenges I have experienced and share with so many more I cannot count.