Death by psychiatry


THE MISTREATMENT OF BARBARA WAS A TRAGIC END TO HER LIFE By John Curnow and Francene Lee Taylor In 2018 The Australian Government announced that it would provide a grant of 3 million dollars for research into Tick Borne-Diseases (TBD). A million dollars of this has been allocated to Professor Richard Kanaan, a psychiatrist at […]


When Scleroderma is actually Lyme disease


An Australian’s story of a global illness Dr Melissa Keogh is an Australian clinical psychologist, writer and commentator based in Sydney. At age 28 after completing her doctoral studies Dr Melissa travelled to Italy for two months to spend time with family and enjoy a long awaited holiday. Whilst staying in a bed and breakfast […]


When ALS is actually Lyme


By Maree Kratzer Many patients of tick-borne illness face an uphill battle for recognition in Australia. Not only do they navigate the physical, emotional, financial and social implications of chronic illness; they also battle a lack of scientific knowledge and medical support that denies them a healthy future. Karen and Rene, a couple in their sixties, are one example […]


Combined Effect of Ozone and Xenon against Lyme-like symptoms


At the 2019 International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society ILADS Conference in Boston – the largest Lyme disease conference in the world – Dr Dulitsky, Phd MD from The Ozone Clinic Australia gave a presentation on the topic: ‘The Combined Effect of Ozone + Xenon against Lyme Disease.’ Speaking at the conference, Dr Dulitsky was […]


Book Review: The Autoimmune Fix by Dr Tom O’Bryan


Hi! My name is Miranda and like many who will read this review, I have Lyme or Lyme-like symptoms as some prefer to call it. I was formally diagnosed in 2014 after many years (well over 20 years) of strange symptoms, a situation I’m sure you can identify with. I was told I have Borrelia, […]