We spend so much time thinking we don't have the power to change the world. We forget that the power to change someone's life is always in our hands. Change-making does not belong to one group of people; it belongs to all of us. You don't have to wait on anyone to tell you that you are in this. Begin. Start by doing what you can with what you've got, where you are and in your own way. - Poet Cleo Wade
Interview with Dr Burgdorfer
Dr. Willy Burgdorfer was best known for discovering the spiral-shaped bacterium that causes Lyme disease, which was named Borrelia burgdorferi in his honor.
The u-tube video below is footage from the documentary on Lyme disease - UNDER OUR SKIN.
'The controversy in Lyme disease research is a shameful affair. And I say that because the whole thing is politically tainted. Money goes to people who have, for the past 30 years, produced the same thing—nothing. Serology has to be started again from scratch with people who don't know beforehand the results of their research. There are lots of physicians around who wouldn’t touch a Lyme disease patient. They tell the nurse, “You tell the guy to get out of here. I don’t want to see him.” That is shameful. So [this] shame includes physicians who don’t even have the courage to tell a patient, “You have Lyme disease and I don’t know anything about it.”
Extended Trailer to 'Under our Skin' - Lyme Documentary
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