I appreciate your dedication, resiliency, hard work, the sacrifices you’ve made, and good heart. I have always looked up to doctors; I even prepared myself academically so that one day I would become a physican. But one of the toughest parts for me has been realizing the harsh realities and challenges physicians face every day. The truth is I want to dedicate my life to a profession that will also take care of me when I need it along the way but most importanly, leads by example and takes care of their hardworking doctors and offers them the support they need to not only be successful at what they do, but also help them cope with the impact their profession will have on them. For how can I envision being able to help others to the best of my abilities when my health and wellness is non-existent and a second priority to the team I work with?
33) January 26, 2016 – Believe it or not but just a few short weeks later, Brian Melito, a holistic MD and his wife (a physician’s assistant) were attacked by a sword-wielding man while strolling a beach on the tiny island of Grenada. The holistic MD survived but his wife was raped and murdered by the machete-wielding attacker. Both assailants in the attacks on the doctors in Grenada had recently been released from prison, and in both crimes, allegedly unrelated, the men nonchalantly turned themselves in. Some experts have their theories on why that happened. I won’t elaborate at this time. Grenada locals were shocked and said they’d never seen anything like this- let alone twice in a row.
It is a CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS, because Steere, from the CDC, changed/altered the disease testing and definition so he could get a patent to make a vaccine.
Anyone can say they are an LLMD. So get references first.
Suggestions for alternative, natural treatments.
Bee Venom Therapy has been kicking the butt off Lyme Disease with those using it. In my humble opinion, antibiotics can’t cure Lyme Disease because it changes and can hide from them.
I am using GcMAF now and am herxing badly. Backed off some, even though I am using a miniscule amount.
I started my journey using Low Dose Naltrexone, LDN, which helped me get out of bed after being bedridden for 2 years.