Sunday, 27 May 2018

Worldwide Tick Borne Disease Awareness Protest

Over twenty countries and several states all to protest on

May 11th 2019

* Patients from all over the world feel they are being ignored and even being denied treatment for tick borne illnesses such as Lyme Disease, Relapsing Fever, Babesia, Erlichisois, Ricksettia and Bartonella.

* Demands are being made for accurate testing, proper treatments, and admittance that Chronic Tick Borne Disease is real, serious and potentially fatal.

* Patients want to know why the IDSAis being used by the CDC for their guidelines in the treatment of Lyme Disease even after investigation found them biased and the guidelines flawed.

* Patients are asking that the healthcare community need to be better educated in order to effectively diagnose and treat patients with Chronic Tick Borne Disease.

* Patients are stating that independent funding for medical research into Chronic Tick Borne Disease  testing and treatment are needed.

* Several states and over twenty countries will be protesting including: Germany, Austria, Canada, UK, Switzerland, France, US, Poland, Denmark, Norway, Australia, Iceland, Finland, The Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden, South Africa, Spain, Romania and the Faroe Islands.

* There will be protests, rallies, letter writing campaigns and live petitions right across Australia.

How To Remove a Tick 

• Please do not burn or use any substance on tick
• Do not grasp, squeeze or twist the body of the tick
• Make sure you grasp the tick close to the skin with tweezers
• Pull tick straight out
a tick on skin,about 4 mm(female) ,Jena,Germany
a tick on skin,about 4 mm(female) Jena,Germany
(Photo credit: Wikipedia)
• Use antiseptic on skin
• Disinfect hands thoroughly
• Always keep Tick for testing

NB: Always see a Lyme Friendly Dr for possible diagnosis, testing and treatment, especially if tick parts remain in the skin after removal.