Group Says CDC ‘Attends Secret Meetings’ to Hide Lyme Disease Dangers from Public

Saturday, November 7, 2015
By Paul Martin

Demands release of ‘secret records’

NOVEMBER 5, 2015

Policies for the treatment of Lyme disease are controlled, in large part, by the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention (CDC). The The Mayday Project—a volunteer organization encompassing those touched by Lyme disease – has accused the CDC of violating federal law by participating in secret meetings with the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA).

They have created a petition requesting that the CDC End Preferential Treatment of the IDSA Guidelines for Lyme Disease. The petition states:

“. . . because of restrictions imposed by the critically flawed IDSA guidelines, which are endorsed and promoted by CDC, thousands of chronically ill patients are harmed by misdiagnosis and denial of medically necessary treatment.”

The Mayday Project attests that serious and ongoing federal law violations have transpired. Officials responsible for the CDC’s Lyme disease protocols are seriously negligent, costing the U.S Healthcare system billions annually and costing patients thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket expenses due to misdiagnosis and poor treatment of those who suffer from the disease.

The petition also iterates that the Ad Hoc International Lyme Disease Group (Ad Hoc Group) was formed in 2005 by CDC and NIH employees and authors of the IDSA guidelines. Emails released in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), requested by science writer Kris Newby for the award winning documentary “Under Our Skin,” have shown that the CDC has allowed the Ad Hoc Group to illegally determine federal policy on Lyme disease for the past decade.

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