David Martz, the doctor who cured his ALS

Dr. David Martz refused to accept his ALS diagnosis so he researched the "disease" and decided he wanted to get tested for Lyme. He tested negative on a whole range of Lyme tests, until he got the idea of taking some antibiotics first (oral Doxycycline, resulting in an "antibiotic-provoked" Lyme tests where the antibiotics cause dead bacteria fragments to enter the bloodstream, causing an immune response with antibodies). His next Lyme test was positive.

He then proceeded to take a high dose of intravenous antibiotics for several months. Nothing happened. He did not improve at all.

He then researched Lyme treatment and came to the conclusion that he needed to double the dose, which he did. After that he improved tremendously:

Dr. Martz mentions trials with antibiotics where very large percentages of ALS patients improved or stabilized. Please note that the above details are from an explanation written by Dr. Martz years ago. The speech in the video gives a more simplified version of events.

When you have ALS and you decide you want to pursue the Lyme-angle, beware of incompetent doctors. You'll be given Lyme tests that are designed to be worthless (patents prevent test companies using the most relevant bands, etc.), you will be prescribed inadequate doses of antibiotics that can not penetrate the blood-brain barrier anyway, you will be told that worsening symptoms means the antibiotics do not work or that you are "allergic" to them, etc.

Dr. Martz was faced with many negative tests and intravenous antibiotics that did not work. The average ALS patient depends on their doctor and this situation would be a death sentence. But David Martz is a medical doctor himself, could prescribe himself any tests and any treatment, he persisted and he is alive today. All ALS patients can do to self-treat and survive is lifelong highly-dosed Doxycycline (approx. 600 mg/day).

Neurologists worldwide are desperate to prevent the truth to come out. Sporadic ALS is Lyme disease or at least a neurospirochetosis. The evidence has been available for decades. This means they should be going to jail for gross, profit- and laziness-inspired medical malpractice. They should be at the very least turned into pariahs for their incompentence, cowardice and complacency and a new generation of more independent specialists should take over. But the way "healthcare" is organized, this may never happen.


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1.  Tiffiny Tennyson    Sunday, August 24, 2014

Most doctors take a conservative approach which has proved to be the best. To accuse them for that view is irresponsible and unfair. Dr. Martz needs to find and treat ALS vs. Lyme disease patients with his method and to present the results to achieve the changes in which he believes.

2.  Sarah Vaughter    Sunday, August 24, 2014

This is an incredibly foolish comment, because you are saying that letting ALS patients die as soon as possible is the best.

Because currently, there is no treatment for ALS except Rilutek, and it is controversial whether that adds a single day to an ALS-patient's life.

So your claim that "conservatism has proven to be the best", in this case you do not even need to prove your assertion because basic logic proves you wrong.

Your claim can alternatively be construed as "Antibiotics kill people faster than ALS does", which is also wrong. But if you think you can prove this second assertion, go ahead. I am aware of only a single case where oral Doxycycline landed a person in hospital - he fully recovered, and that was after years of a gram/day.

3.  Kim    Sunday, August 24, 2014

whats amazing to me is that almost everyone believes the lies about what disease is and how it can be possibly cured. we believe the FDA, the medical doctors and pharmaceutical companies when all they are doing is padding their pockets with our $$$$$$$$$$. Number 1, we should be looking at prevention and cure and open our eyes that its out there. Most are just content wearing their blinders!!!

4.  Shirley Renshaw    Sunday, August 24, 2014

Thank your lucky stars you do not have ALS or any other condition like it. You nay Sayers would change your attitude pretty damn fast. Unfortunately no one wants to find the cure / cause because that would be the end of their cash cows. Karma is watching ...

5.  Shirley Renshaw    Sunday, August 24, 2014

Thank your lucky stars you do not have or will get this most horrible condition of ALS. Because if you did you would be eating your words you wrote. Nay Sayers like you is why things are not advancing. Of course to find the cause and cure is not an option either. That would derail their gravy train of cash cows. Big Pharma depend on for these nay Sayers for their quality of lives not for those who are suffering.

6.  Sarah Vaughter    Sunday, August 24, 2014

You are totally correct.

The elephant in the room is that the _real_ experts are never listened to and are not permitted to become a part of the debate.

The real experts are microbiologists. Microbiologists have totally different theories and recommendations, based on hard data from lab experiments and research on animals and humans.

Tom Grier is one of such microbiologists that believe that neurological syndromes have an infectious etiology, and there are many more.

But it's not just microbiologists - there are plenty of neurologists that support the premisse of this site. It's just that they are marginalized. Those neurologists (Judith Miklossy etc.) have done original research and are thus trailblazers and should be listened to.

7.  Sarah Vaughter    Sunday, August 24, 2014

Some sporadic ALS could be not "just Lyme" but another neurospirochetosis. (Although there is more than one study that found all or nearly all ALS patients Lyme-positive.) Judith Miklossy found oral Treponema in the brains of 25% of Alzheimer cases. The remaining 75% had living Lyme spirochetes in their brains. With MS, it seems to be Lyme as well as other spirochetes, from 25 studies so far. With ALS, the Halperin study saw 90% infected with Lyme. Living Bb spirochetes have been found in human- and animal semen, tears, breast milk, saliva and inside mosquitoes as well as a variety of other insects. Tick nymphs are so small that a bite will not be noticeable in most cases. Most Lyme-positive people never noticed an EM rash either.

Regardless of the exact percentage of which bacteria involved, the fact remains that a paradigm shift, a shift of focus is required. No ice buckets resulting in buckets of money to the same old culprits.

8.  raceee    Sunday, August 24, 2014

You can only criticize if you have any type of disease. You need to go through hell to understand that we (lyme patient) will do anything to make us better. I was on massive doses of antibiotics for 2 1/2 years and I went from not being able to do anything. I lost my taste and smell, eyes went burry, excrutiating pain, foggy brain so bad that I got lost driving my car. I lots 20 lbs, and didn't sleep for weeks at any time of day. I couldn't lift a fork let alone a dish. Had to go to the hair dressers to get my hair done, getting a shower was an all day thing. 7 doctors and specialists said there was nothing wrong. Ya right. I had to go to the U.S. to be treated. Don't tell anyone how they should do anything it is none of your business. I would stay on antibiotics for the rest of my life to stay away from two years of hell.

9.  Sarah Vaughter    Sunday, August 24, 2014

I know what you've been through.. I have made arrangements to commit suicide with Helium in case I would relapse. I would not wish it on anyone. But Doxycycline is keeping me stable. No more improvement but no regression either.

In 1999, about 5 years after having been bitten, I became incontinent, lost the use of my left hand, had 175 bmp tachycardia in complete rest which nearly killed me due to 7 nights without any sleep, had wake-apnea many times a day and for half a year I could not stand up longer than a few seconds. Leg spasms, sudden collapses due to general weakness, years of localized headache, violent mood swings. I had 120 bpm in complete rest for two years.

I have been on 400 to 800 mg doxycycline for the past 14 years and I improved tremendously. I am living proof that antibiotics are not as dangerous as they are made out to be. As soon as I go off them, I deteriorate rapidly. Am now on a maintenance dose of 400 mg/day and I am still not cured.

As with you, all doctors refused to treat me and eventually I was warned that If I were to return, I would be locked up in a mental ward. I have educated myself thoroughly and have been self-treating for the past 14 years. About 5 years into my self-treatment, I obtained positive Lyme tests from a German lab. Positive WB, IgG and IgM for Bb - two strains, burgdorferi and garini.. Active Lyme infection, and that after half a decade of antibiotics!

Family members bullied my family doc to prescribe Minocycline for me, otherwise I would not have made it into the new Millenium.

10.  metamoxie    Tuesday, August 26, 2014

I pulsed antibiotics for 7 years to regain an unexpected quality of life after becoming bedridden from ME/CFS. I followed a protocol developed by an Aussie, Trevor Marshall, www/marshallprotocol.org and I'm so glad I had a GP willing to write the scripts.
Stealth infections, including Borrelia burgdorferi. are rampant and being ignored by medicos and governments to the detriment and devastation of the lives of young and old.
In Australia, this documentary on MS and Dr David Wheldon's treatment of his wife's MS was welcomed by so few - never heard any public discussions in mainstream media or medical profession - so sad

P.S. I make and eat lots of fermented foods e.g. sauerkraut, Miso etc and I believe that really helps my gut survive these doses of abx


11.  Sarah Vaughter    Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Just my own opinion: I do not endorse anything in the Marshall protocol, except the use of antibiotics. I also do not endorse pulsing them anymore.

12.  Garden Lady    Tuesday, August 26, 2014

I had lyme disease. I saw the tick and when my leg started reacting I went to the doctor. One doctor would not give me more antibiotic, so I went from clinic to clinic and I believe I developed an ammunity to Doxycycline. After a while it only made the symptoms worse, so I asked my doctor for a different antibiotic. After about 6 months on antibiotics I began to feel better. It has been 3 years since I was bitten. The cartilage in my knee was distroyed, but with prolotherapy I was able to walk again. There was a time when to go to Wal-Mart or Kroger I would have to ride on the electric carts, but now, I am walking again and hope to be able to run soon!
I would not have gotten the antibiotic I needed if I had stayed with one doctor.
I will say this, with most doctors they think they are the boss rather than yoou employee! But they are! A good doctor works to cure the problem not cover up the symptoms. I was fortuante to find a doctor who could do a form of prolotherapy that my insurance paid for!

13.  Mogee    Tuesday, October 7, 2014

My husband has Lyme. Initially after being diagnosed and taking 2 months of doxy and feeling better, he went off it for a month. The Lyme came back with a vengeance. Back on doxy for 4 months with little progress. Discontinued the doxy and started IV for 2 months with little progress. Finally a cocktail of IV antibiotics, oral doxy and herbal antimicrobials (samento and bandura) seemed to turn the tide. After six + months of being bedfast, excruciating pain, neurological symptoms, herxing, and wasting (lost 55 lbs) he began to feel better. He is doing very well, but continues to take the herbal antimicrobials twice a day. He began exhibiting some neurological symptoms again a couple of weeks ago and he is now back on doxy, continuing the herbals and we have added colloidal silver to the mix. Raw milk and fish oil seem to help with the effectiveness of the antibiotic as we will see herxing (although milder now that during the acute phase of the illness) about 2 hrs after taking his antibiotic. One thing that has changed with my husband that I have never read about is how this infection has changed his body's thermostat. He is always cold. So much that we can no longer sleep in the same room. He keeps the room so warm I cannot bare it. We have also added some essential oil to our regime. One has been very effective in warding off cold and flu viruses and another in relaxing, promoting sleep and feelings of general wellbeing. It is a constant battle - I expect it always will be.

14.  akdreamin    Friday, November 14, 2014

Has anyone tried colloidal silver? It is non-toxic, it does not interact with other meds & there is no virus, bacteria or infection that can survive it.
The reason I ask is that my mom was diagnosed with ALS on September 22, 2014 & it was ME not the neurologist who requested a Lyme test. The test that was run was a Lyme Titer & was negative, but I have been seeing soooo many places where people keep saying that their Lyme tests were also negative. I requested that a Western Blot specifically with bands #31 & #34 be run, but the lab told me that they did not run the Western Blot unless the Titer was positive. My mom has a follow up/2nd opinion appt. on Dec. 3, 2014 at an ALS center, but I was wondering if it would be o.k. for her to start on Colloidal Silver in the mean time? She is 70 years old but she is not taking any prescription meds. She is taking a multi vit. multi mineral, a magnesium supplement & also vit.D. We are also thinking about coconut oil capsules as well.

15.  Sarah Vaughter    Friday, November 14, 2014

Tom Grier says colloidal silver most certainly does not work against systemic bacterial infection. Lyme patient and Microbiologist Tom Grier investigated CS in his lab. He tested it on many bacterial cultures and he used various commercially available CS products. They were all useless:


However he did NOT test it on Borrelia. If CS does not work in vitro, it will certainly not work in vivo. Bb is even more advanced than the bacterial strains he used. If a range of bacteria in vitro are unaffected by colloidal silver, Bb in vivo will not be affected either. I've never heard of a single reliable case where neuroborreliosis has been cured with CS.

However, Willy Burgdorfer, the man who discovered the Lyme bacterium claims CS does work against Bb s.l. in vitro:


So let me know how it goes. I'm sceptical but perhaps I'll try it myself one day. The CS particles would have to be smaller than 500 Daltons and lipid-soluble to penetrate the brain though. Not sure about which CS products qualify.

Silver is a bioaccumulating heavy metal, but I've never heard of toxicity, not even with people who turned blue. So it won't hurt to try.

16.  saintlaurie    Monday, November 17, 2014

I agree with your statement that the stupid "Ice Bucket Challenge" brought buckets of money to the same old culprits......absolutely none goes to families going broke from being financially raped by orthodox neurologists. Our family was truly sickened by it. Do-gooders jumped on the bandwagon to participate in the publicity stunt and contributed NO TRUTH to the "awareness" about what causes ALS or the successful targeted treatmnts available to those who refute the crap promoted by the ALS clinics and "non-profit" front groups like the ALS Association. Not only was there false info promoted, but in most of the Ice Bucket Challenge video clips.......absolutely NOTHING was mentioned about the suffering and disabilities and expenses they endure on a daily and progressing basis! It was all just hype! So sickening! Our family was mentally destroyed by this feigned show of "'awareness". My husband with bulbar ALS (from a combination of acute mercury poisoning from dental drilling on two metal fillings, anaerobic bacteria introduced by needle track and deep drilling for crown work, and Lyme, Babesia, and Mycoplasma, and bone cavitations-nfections incased in hollow bone extraction sites) came to an icebucket challenge at our HS that was supposedly in his honor, but the principal refused to even let me say anything until I kept insisting. he didn'teven want us to attend! it was all about getting some PR for their school in the local paper and "challenging" neighboring schools to top them. So much for those of us with ALS needing money and emotional support for seeking true causes and cures.

17.  Tami Regan    Thursday, April 9, 2015

My husband has ALS, and Lyme. He was on IV antibiotics for 10 months, and only got weaker. His Lyme doctor (Marty Ross in Seattle) used your method for curing him, but it didn't work. He now uses Banderol and Samento in minuscule quantities about once a week. We watched your video together and cried. This is exactly describing my husband. I am watching my dynamic husband slowly dying. I am looking for answers!! Is there something else we can do? Sincerely, Tami

18.  Sarah Vaughter    Thursday, April 9, 2015

I am very sorry but I don't think much can be done. I nearly died, 15 years ago, of Neuroborreliosis and since then I have been on a very highly-dosed, agressive antibiotic regimen. I still have nearly all the same symptoms. I am quite pessimistic over the prospects of progressed ALS, regardless of the quality of antibiotic treatment. This is partly because I think auto-immune mechanisms are involved. The infectious organism (Bb) uses OSP-cloaking, making the immune system attack its own Myelin or other cell proteins. As sson as the first symptoms manifest themselves, life-long agressive treatment is necessary.

Martz was for months on the standard IV drip of Ceftriaxone and absolutely nothing happened. He did not improve. Only when he doubled the dose to something 99% of infectious disease doctors would plainly refuse, he slowly improved. I have no answers but to try more antibiotics that penetrate the blood-brain barrier. However, that could also speed up the disease. Advanced ALS seems to repond very poorly to antibiotic treatment. This is why Lyme needs to be taken seriously and tests needs to be greatly improved (made more accurate). If your husband has Lyme.

If I were in your husband's situation, I would demand to be administered antibiotics in doses that give him a 33% chance of killing him just by their toxicity alone. Only that kind of dosages would perhaps make a difference, I suspect. Ceftriaxone, the antibiotic Martz used, does not even penetrate the blood-brain barrier, so I would strongly advocate for Minocycline and Doxycycline. But also these can cause multi-month herxes that greatly worsen the situation before it gets better. In case of ALS, it has been proven that Minocycline kills more patients faster than it saves. I think that's because the dose was too low, and the resulting spirochetal motility (trying to escape the highest tissue levels) caused more damage. And/or an increased (auto)immune reaction caused more damage.

There is no cure for intracellular neurological infections. Only a possible stabilizing and very slow recovery of the patient. But in moderately advanced stages, nothing medicine has to offer at the moment will likely help.

19.  Tami Regan    Thursday, April 9, 2015

Sarah Vaughter, Thank you for responding. My husband did use Minocycline and Doxycycline in high doses. And yes, it almost killed him. He had Lyme for 3 years before he was diagnosed. Eleven doctors. He got the ALS and the Lyme diagnose in the same week. We tried a lot of different things with a Lyme doctor in control. He never got better.
Thank you again for your response.

20.  Sarah Vaughter    Friday, April 10, 2015

I see. Als & Lyme diagnosis near-simultaneously means your husband has Lyme disease and his ALS is a symptom.

I can only tell you that myself, every day and every night is very hard for me. I need highly dosed antibiotics and do not get any better anymore. At a certain stage, the neurological problems can only be prevented from getting worse, more-or-less, in more advanced patients.

It took about three years of treatment before I was significantly improved. Meanwhile, symptoms were very severe and changing over the months. I was incontinent and had waking-apnea (total stopping of the breath for more than 2 minutes). Partial paralysis of the left hand. Some symptoms were new and arose several years after commencing antibiotic treatment. It took years more for those symptoms to subside. So you're looking at seven, eight years of treatment before you have some real quality of life again in some cases. But I still struggle badly with fatigue and insomnia due to neurological inflammatory effects such as ischemia and vasospasms.

21.  GMD    Tuesday, June 23, 2015

My treatment was succeeding. I was on IV ABX 4 g a day (2g/M 2g/N) for 4-5 years. I was doing fine, but my treatment was jerked, and I have been going downhill ever since. I am so angry at the CRIMINAL medical establishment, that even if I did not have Lyme now, I could spit blood out of my eyes at them. I saw Dr. Martz when he was so very sick, and I was in better shape than he was, and I was younger too. However, because I am not a doctor, I could not keep my treatment. It is a total crime that I am sick today. A TOTAL CRIME!!! And I cannot do anything about it. Like MULTIPLE MILLIONS of tortured Lyme patients that IV ABX treatment would help, I cannot get treatment. CRIME!!! CRIME!!! CRIME!!! Instead, I am "fired" as a patient, told my medical history is complex, ignored, abused (yes, totally), It hurts so much more because I was getting better. I was treated by Dr. William Traver Harvey. I started treatment before Dr. Martz did, but today I have lost all my teeth, have an oral infection that will not heal. WHY??? WHY??? WHY??? Because the stupid LLMD I was seeing apparently (Not Dr. Harvey) became afraid of the medical establishment. Dr. Patricia Salvato in Houston, Texas and her associate, if the old bugger is still alive, are TOTAL FRAUDS!!!!!!!!!! Dr. Harvey could not treat any longer, and those two stupid idiot women would laught at him and make fun of him when I went for an appointment. No care, CRIMINAL, absolute cruel torturers. http://www.infoplease.com/i... all over again. Just a small idea of how corrupt the AMA is http://rense.com/general19/... And, of course, this is nothing compared to the IDSA is. CRIMINALS!!! I do not like being tortured to death. Suicide would be the easy way out and is so tempting. One big reason to not commit suicide is just to not let the CRIMINALS win any sooner. If I sound upset, it is only because I AM!!! If some of you do not want to use IV ABX, that is your choice, but again it was working, and I was continually improving, so I wanted it, and I still want the treatment, but I cannot get it. I am dying anyway, so why can't I have my treatment??? I was forced out of my well-paying job by Lyme and the evil medical establishment, and am now being tortured to death. It is a VERY EVIL, and abusive world that I, and multiple millions are forced to live in. Good 'ol USA that demands 1/3 of the meager income I have been forced to live on, and yet I get no treatment, only abuse, ridicule, told "I don't believe in Lyme," told "Lyme is controversial." All this in the good 'ol USA, the land of the best medical system in the world, NOT!!! For those of you who do not like or want IV ABX, if you have buckets, and buckets full of money you can try hyperbarics, IV ozone, IV Vit c, and many other holistic treatments that may work. I would love to be able to afford the treatments that I know would work for me. Instead, tomorrow I will endure another second, another minute, another hour, and hope the day passes without any new torturing symptoms.

22.  Sarah Vaughter    Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Very sorry to hear this. The same happened to me, more or less. It may be that 600 mg doxy/day will keep you alive and very slowly improving. I obtain it via a local veterinarian and have done so for the past 15 years.

23.  Kimberly, RN    Saturday, August 29, 2015

have you tried IVIG? I had a patient that was paralyzed from the neck down and after one year of HIGH DOSES of IVIG she's walking. It's a miracle! I've never seen anything like it and the doctors thought she may die.

24.  Tracy Hardy    Thursday, November 19, 2015

Are you aware of any Lyme specialist in Ann Arbor, MI area for an ALS pt now on breathing machine?

25.  MPL    Monday, December 28, 2015

I just started seeing Dr. Salvato a few months ago. Why do you say that her and her partner are frauds?

26.  Vio Bregar    Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Do you know the treatment that dr.Martz followed exactly? How long should I have to take doxy before doing the analysis for borrrelia? I'm from Roumania. I did the dark field microschopy for bacterias and also the blood analysis and all are good, but the doctors insists on ALS. Thank you.

27.  Sarah Vaughter    Wednesday, January 6, 2016

No I don't. I have read that he was for years on antibiotics afterwards and perhaps still is, that's all I remember.

Dark field microscopy is useless unless it's done on a culture. Culturing Bb from blood takes months. "(Live) blood analysis" is quackery, unless you mean antibody/PCR tests.

It's well-known that in cases of chronic Lyme, there is no Bb in the blood much to speak of or none at all, esp. not when taking abx., since that tissue is hostile to Bb bec. Bb s.l. is microaerophillic.

You're on your own. "ALS" is in my opinion a non-existent disease and is nearly always a spirochetal infection of the CNS. I myself was close to an ALS diagnosis and I've been taking 600 mg doxy/day for the past 15 years. It took years for my ALS-like sx. to subside. No one will help you. I get my abx. from a veterinarian.

28.  Vio Bregar    Thursday, January 7, 2016

I total agree with you, ALS doesn't realy exist, on the cranian MRI apperead 2 small lesions in the white substance and cortical atrophy, but the analysis were good including the ENMG wich showed only problems in the periferic nervous sistem (only the feet the right one is more affected). Here it can't be done the PCR test to reveal bb, only antibodies If you come to Roumania I can help get the proper abx treatment, here abx can be obtained easyer, but I think you have to take in consideration to move here because the treatment takes years. I took ceftrianxone 14days 2g/day and I felt worse.

29.  Sarah Vaughter    Thursday, January 7, 2016

Ceftriaxone does not pass the blood-brain barrier (or only a small percentage passes). I have written about that here:


Not taking abx, the infection ravages your brain without you noticing it (no pain etc.). With abx, this causes a severe inflammatory immune reaction in the brain, causing terrible symptoms and very lengthy exacerbation of symptoms. This is why early treatment is paramount. Inflammation is preferable to silent progression bec. inflammation causes a mass dieoff of the spirochetes (as well as INCREASED neuronal death for a long time as a side effect of the inflammation so temporarily sx. get much worse!). "Temporarily" can be YEARS. It's nearly impossible to survive a half-way progressed ALS for that reason, even with perfect antibiotic treatment.

30.  Vio Bregar    Thursday, January 7, 2016

So I have to take doxy and then get tested again? I didn't take abx until now because I had a problem on the spine and all were saying that the problems are from there meaning that the bone reached spinal cord the t5 was the problem and now after the surgery they insist on ASL because i didn't recoved very fast after the surgery and because they didn't find anything in the bone like a tumor. I need to know the treatment followed by Martz to get proper treatment, I have problems only with my legs, no pain or else. Tomorow I'll buy doxy and start with that and after i'll see. Thank you for listen me and i'll keep you posted. I've understand that imunoglobuline helps a lott improving, but here it's very expensive around 2000euros/the round and it is necesary to do a few rounds, i'll try to do also imunoglobuline even in smaller dosage.

31.  Sarah Vaughter    Thursday, January 7, 2016

You should ask Dr. Martz about the details of his treatment. I do not consider immunoglobuline a viable strategy. Please note that if you take an insufficient dose of doxy, that all will be in vain. (I mean survival of the disease, not neccessarily the antibiotic-provoked antibody response, I do not know what dose is appropriate for that.)

32.  Vio Bregar    Thursday, January 7, 2016

Why? I understand that immunoglobuline are good, don't have any sideeffects.

33.  Vio Bregar    Friday, January 8, 2016

GMD what were the abx you had been taken ? And the treatment schema? Only if you can tell me.

34.  ButILOOKGood    Monday, February 1, 2016

I met Dr. Martz at the Invisible Disabilities Gala (video on this page). He has an amazing story and has helped countless others! Thank you, Dr. Martz!

35.  ButILOOKGood    Monday, February 1, 2016

IVIG is awesome!

36.  Alice Gatty    Thursday, June 9, 2016

I am from Philadelphia, I was diagnosed of ALS disease in 2012 and I have tried all I can to get cured but all to no avail, my life was gradually coming to an end, until i saw a post in a health forum about a herbal doctor from Africa who prepares herbal cure to cure all kind of diseases including ALS, MND, Epilepsy, Leukemia, Asthma, Cancer, Ghonorhea etc, at first i doubted if it was real but i decided to give it a try, when i contact this herbal doctor via his email, he prepared an ALS herbal portion and sent it to me via courier service, when i received this herbal portion, he gave me step by step instructions on how to apply it, when i applied it as instructed, i was cured of this deadly disease within 7 days, I could not walk or talk understandably before but after i took the herbal cure as he instructed i regained strength in my bones and i could talk properly unlike before, I am now free from the deadly disease, all thanks to Dr. Contact this great herbal doctor via his email : Sunshineherbalhome@gmail.com

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38.  don    Thursday, July 14, 2016

Sarah You sound like an idiot. You should be embarrassed for all the contradictory and false info you have spread from this quack crappy website. It's a shame that this even comes up in google results. Your ignorance is a great example of why truth in medicine is hopeless. Is there a connection between ALS and lyme? probably, but when people read sites like this they immediately discredit such ideas. All you are doing is helping IDSA and CDC. You clearly have no idea what you are talking about and it is really sad that desperately sick people are taking your advice and listening to you.

39.  jody    Wednesday, January 25, 2017

How do I get my Dr. to prescribe this to me? He said I have ALS. Momndaughtersavings@hotmail.com


40.  LindaW    Sunday, March 5, 2017

My husband was diagnosed with ALS in Feb 2017. His lyme test were negative. I believe he has lyme disease because he spent a great deal of time in the woods and there is plenty of deer around in Maryland and he did have a rash in Sept.2016 that his primary care Dr. could not diagnose.
Where can he go for reliable testing for Lyme? His neurologist insist that it's ALS. Can you recommend a Lyme disease specialist? Desperate for help!!

41.  Sarah Vaughter    Sunday, March 5, 2017

Igenex is the gold standard for reliable Lyme testing and they accept serum Fedexed to them. I hope your husband will test positive and able to get antibiotic treatment.

42.  Slwilson    Thursday, March 23, 2017

I second the igenex suggestion. And be ready to take the test a second time, since lyme is an expert at cloaking itself inside the body.
My dad was diagnosed with als at Duke and has recently been seeing a well known lyme specialist very near you in DC. I'm not sure if it's appropriate to mention names here but I'm sure you will find him. We travel there once a month from NC to do test doses of IV antibiotics to be sure there is no adverse reaction before going home to continue for the month. He truly cares about the patient which you will discover with any amount of research on his past experiences. He has fought for the lyme community when no one else would listen. Truly a great man!

43.  LindaW    Thursday, March 23, 2017

Thank you kindly for your reply. Is the Dr.'s initials JJ and was he once practicing in NC?. If so, I know who you are referring to and will try to get an appointment to see him. My husband wants a second opinion from a neurologist first. I am still trying to convince him to go to the LLMD.
Peace and Blessing!

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