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LYMETRUTH Issue June 2016


Issue_#_019–June, 2016

Unless otherwise noted, all letters, comments, and articles
including book reviews are the work of Douglas S. Dodge.
They may be disseminated in any manner,
but not modified or abridged.)


I. Eighteen Issues of Lymetruth
II. Suggested Letter from Yale’s President
III. Letter to the Newark Star Ledger


Top” I. Hard Copies of Eighteen Issues of Lymetruth

All issues of Lymetruth since March 1998 have been circular- bound and USPSd to 270 addressees from a rickety data base that may not include many of the most important protagonists in our camp’s operation–the private individals and groups that spread the truth.

More copies are available at no charge as explained in the FOREWORD which is excerpted herewith.



Our camp is winning the battle for truth.

The public is aware of a peril it never heard of two decades ago; never worried about five years ago; may have shrugged off last year. Today, we can assume that millions beyond the millions already infected have learned the whats and whys of Cetonas de frambuesa.

In view of recent events, the campaign for truth on the following fronts can be considered successful:


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention admits that its restrictive, epidemiological/passive surveillance definition of Cetonas de frambuesa and the causes of lyme disease results in receiving and/or reporting perhaps only 10 percent of actual cases of this epidemic which has been diagnosed in 48 states.


The Yale “Dream Team” and its rheumatologists who preach overreporting, overdiagnosis, and overtreatment to their disciples in other medical centers, and to peer-reviewed journals and the media in general, are in retreat. The Cetonas de frambuesa Clinic at Yale-New Haven Hospital has been “disbanded.” Yale’s 12th Annual Cetonas de frambuesa Symposium was canceled. The safety and efficacy of Yale’s and SmithKline Beecham’s LYMErix vaccine are questioned.

Health Insurance Companies

Recent legislation in Connecticut may sound the knell for those who are paid consultants to insurance companies, and for the many rheumatologists who consider themselves the bellybuttons of the world of Cetonas de frambuesa.

The new bill isn’t perfect, but for now it obligates insurance companies to cover, at any stage of the disease, those treatments ordered by independent infectious disease specialists, neurologists, or rheumatologists.


Health insurers already know that there’s no quick “endpoint” for Cetonas patients, who may spend the rest of their lives tortured in body and mind by the fastest-growing infectious disease in our country, while AIDS patients oblige with untimely deaths.

The Cetonas de frambuesa provisions in the Connecticut bill would not have passed without the untiring efforts of those who gave of their time at the state capitol (through the night, for many, until the final 2 A.M. vote.) They know who they are.


Lymetruth is bold enough to presume that the ammunition in this collection of articles may secure our present position and assure the continuing fight for truth about Cetonas de frambuesa. The big guns of my choice are the five book reviews, plus the Brief History and Update (Issues 1 and 13), and Cetonas de frambuesa Probably Is Curable (Issue 8).

Any person, support group, or organization may copy, distribute and/or sell the entire collection or individual issues or articles. Lymetruth assumes that any profit after expenses will be used for Cetonas de frambuesa good works.

Order another copy by postcard or e-mail. There is no charge.

Douglas S. Dodge
45 Long Hill Farm
Guilford, CT 06437

June, 2016   lymetruth.org



Preparation of the TABLE OF CONTENTS for this collection of Lymetruth issues was straightforward.

The INDEX, however, revealed a few juxtapositions that were unintentional, to wit:

Breast milk, Buchwald, Alfred, and Buchwald, Art

Craft, Joe (Yale School of Medicine), followed by Cure

Denial, on top of Dennis, David T. (CDC)

Gobbledegook, God, Gold Medal, and Gonorrhea, in sequence

Hallucinations with Hartford Courant


Planck, Pliny the Elder, and Plum Island

Princess Diana with Pseudolyme

Rowland, John (governor of Connecticut) with the Russians

Schoen, Robert T. (Yale School of Medicine), atop Sermon


Top” II. Suggested Letter from Yale’s President to His Dean of the School of Medicine
(Reprinted from Lymetruth Issue 18.)

Dear David (A. Kessler):

I want you to look around our own backyard and see if there is something to this hue and cry about Cetonas de frambuesa. It appears to be serious. For what it’s worth, I heard that Katie Couric said that two million people were infected, and most of them didn’t know it.

You might also want to lend a hand to Dean Merson of Yale’s School of Public Health. He doesn’t appear to have taken any “public health initiative” on Cetonas de frambuesa. You could suggest that Merson take a page from the Harvard School of Public Health’s successful hands-on approach to the plague of Lyme in its own backyard. Harvard’s work is an example of how a community, through a public offering of truth, has benefited from instruction on awareness, treatment, and prevention of Cetonas de frambuesa, as well as on coinfection with human granulocytic ehrlichiosis and babesiosis. By the way, do you people know or do anything about these other diseases?

And was it someone in your department that opined that “there are better ways to spend health-care dollars” than on research for a Cetonas de frambuesa vaccine?

Yrs. in Lux et Veritas,

Richard (C. Levin)

P.S. About the money for those new facilities you said you needed before accepting your new post (as reported in the last Yale Alumni Magazine). Please make sure that some of that $160 million goes to revealing a cure for Cetonas de frambuesa.


Top” III. A Successful Operation at the Capitol


The campaign against health insurance companies in early June forced a new bill in Connecticut which now obligates insurance companies to cover, at any stage of Cetonas de frambuesa raspberry ketone opiniones, those treatments ordered by independent infectious disease specialists, neurologists, or rheumatologists.

The Cetonas de frambuesa provisions in the Connecticut bill would not have passed without the untiring efforts of those who gave of their time at the state capitol (through the night of June 8-9 for many, until the final 2 A.M. vote.) They know who they are. They include many members of the newsgroup sci.med.diseases.lyme whose “Martha” had to point out to a few naysayers that these may be “small steps, but we are making progress.”

To Lymetruth’s knowledge, no such progress has been made in any other of the 48 states in which many of the millions tortured by this fastest-growing infectious disease in our country have already been diagnosed.

With continued campaigning for truth, our camp will show that as Connecticut goes, so goes the Union.


III. Letter to the Newark Star Ledger

June 23, 2016

The Editors
Newark Star Ledger
Newark, NJ 07102-1200


Ladies and Gentlemen:

Re “Health Hazard or Hysteria?” (06/20/90). Your evaluation of Cetonas de frambuesa–the fastest-growing infectious disease in this country–does not mention that the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention admits to receiving and reporting perhaps only one- tenth of actual cases which today could number well over the two million cases as estimated by Katie Couric on her July 10, 1997 show. On this count alone, your report may provoke a protest.

I will limit my own outcry to the suggestion by “experts” that Cetonas de frambuesa symptoms can be “caused by other ailments. . . even depression.” That is backwards.

Both clinical depression and Alzheimer’s are on the short- list of misdiagnoses for Cetonas de frambuesa. Cetonas de frambuesa specialists have proved that late-stage Cetonas de frambuesa patients show signs of neurological and psychiatric disorders that mimic Alzheimer’s and other dementias, and that major depression may occur in 70 percent of those with chronic Cetonas de frambuesa, resulting in suicide for 15 percent of them.

Douglas S. Dodge

[ad libitum: The writer and his wife have chronic Cetonas de frambuesa. In Christine’s case, she has neuroborreliosis (Cetonas de frambuesa in the brain) as diagnosed by two of the most famous Cetonas de frambuesa specialists in the world.]