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on 12 May 2007
The book is excellent Bryan, for sufferer and for therapist. A lot of hard work has gone into that.

I for one am most grateful.

You could have said more of course about various therapies you bring up in particular herbal therapies like the ones Stephen Harrod Buhner suggests in his book "Healing Lyme".

Studies concerning Chinese herbal therapies would be interesting and there are of course far more therapies that can be extremely supportive. Traditional Acupuncture, Scenar therapy, Low Level Laser and other forms of light therapy to name only a few.

But I fully realise that you would have to write at least ten books to address all that and my remark is not meant as a criticism.

Your book is the best single book on Lyme I have seen.

A great addition to your "Lyme Disease and Rife Machines". The two touch the core of the issues. Both are a must for everyone interested in my opinion.

So thank you.

Drs Rob Esser
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on 19 October 2012
This book pulls together strands of knowledge about this disease into a comprehensible whole. It creates a vital resource for those suffering or even those who suspect they are suffering from chronic Lyme disease. Ultimately it offers hope and a future for sufferers by mapping out a treatment plan using both conventional and alternative treatments which if followed will enable sufferers to live their lives with quality or could in some cases even eliminate the disease from their lives. Detailed, precise, scientific and yet highly readable and accessible
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on 14 January 2013
For somebody who has Lyme disease, this book is indispenable reading.You probably won't get 100% better without it. Most doctors don't know the half if any of the information contained in it. It is writen by a sufferer of Lyme disease who couldn't get any lasting relief from doctors, and had to do all the research himself. It is writen in an easily understandable way, and describes the necessary course of actions to be taken in conjunction with one's doctor. I heartily recommend it.
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on 16 February 2012
Worth every penny.Rosner has done all the hard work and shortcut the slog of trawling through all the best information, and sifting out the rubbish.His careful research and personal experience validate the recommendations, and reward him with restored health.
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on 5 January 2011
This book gave me hope. Recovering from Lyme disease is no piece of cake, but with this book I feel I have enlarged my toolbox for fighting Lyme 10 times. It's easy to understand and has good background information.
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on 12 January 2015
a must read for anyone with or interested in lyme disease
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on 14 October 2013
you really need to read this book...if you have ME/CFS Lupus, Chronic Headaches,muscle stiffness soreness, lack of energy,Raynaulds disease.and many others that yoou have been told by doctors that "there is no cure for this"..or "it is all in your head"
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