Friday, June 8, 2018

The Lyme vaccine and RUSSIAN ROULETTE




PETITION UPDATE

The Lyme vaccine and RUSSIAN ROULETTE

Carl Tuttle
Hudson, NH
JUN 7, 2018 — There has been a recent increase in news articles regarding Lyme disease vaccines. A number of attempts to get the editors to correct the disinformation have failed to produce full disclosure.

It is believed that a rush to create a Lyme disease vaccine led to the mishandling of the disease. Current antibody tests for Lyme disease were manipulated in 1994 at the Dearborn Conference so as to facilitate vaccine development. The two most important indicators of infection were stripped out of serology tests so that the vaccinated would test seronegative. The vast majority of truly infected patients cannot obtain a timely diagnosis leading to a missed opportunity for successful short term treatment. 

The vaccine known as LYMErix was supposed to expose the immune system to the outer surface protein A (OspA) of the spirochete responsible for causing Lyme disease but for some patients, it caused the same crippling effects of the disease itself as reported in the class action lawsuit:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/sodqs3pdeeesktf/Sheller%20Lymerix.pdf?dl=0

Excerpt from the lawsuit:

“The people who have contacted us were, prior to vaccination with LYMErix, healthy, active and energetic. Indeed, the very reason they sought the LYMErix vaccine was their desire to preserve their healthy, active lifestyle. However, what they experienced was a dramatic degradation of their health and quality of life. As will be described below, these previously healthy individuals are now afflicted with painful, at times debilitating arthritic symptoms, including joint pain and swelling, as well as extremely severe Lyme-disease-like symptoms which have persisted to this day.”

Below is the link to the Final Judgement and Approval of the class action against SmithKline Beecham as a settlement was awarded to these individuals.

JUDGEMENT, FINAL ORDER AND DECREE GRANTING FINAL APPROVAL OF THE CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT:
https://www.lymediseaseassociation.org/images/NewDirectory/Government/Vaccines/2003_Vaccine_Judgement_Final_Sttle_Apprvl..pdf


The Principle Investigators of the two previous Lyme vaccines: Allen C. Steere for SmithKline Beecham's LymeRix and Gary Wormser for Connaught's vaccine (which never made it to market) have conceptualized a disease that would enable vaccine development. The one-size-fits-all Lyme treatment guideline (lead author: Gary Wormser) matches the conceptualized disease. This is a flagrant conflict of interest. Post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome is simply a fabricated medical condition disguising treatment failure.

The fraudulent handling of Lyme disease has now been exposed through a recent racketeering lawsuit against the academics that have controlled the Lyme disease narrative for the past thirty years including Wormser and Steere.

You can read the court document here: https://www.courthousenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/LymeDisease.pdf

A chronic relapsing seronegative disease does not fit the vaccine model so chronic Lyme which is completely devastating to the patient is not recognized and there is no treatment. The disabled Lyme patient is left to fend for himself because treating this class of patient became too expensive as outlined in the racketeering lawsuit. There is a growing community of horribly disabled patients whose disability has gone unrecognized for three decades.

Here’s yet another victim:

Nicole Malachowski: Unfit for Duty from Debilitating Tick-Borne Disease
http://cdmrp.army.mil/cwg/stories/2018/nicole_malachowski_profile


“Her medical retirement, however, was premature. At only 43 years old, she was deemed unfit for duty due to neurological damage from tick-borne illness.”

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The latest vaccine from French drug manufacturer Valneva is another OspA vaccine similar to LYMErix so the possibility exists that the class of patient who experienced the debilitating effects of LYMErix could end up with the same results. There was no attempt to uncover why LYMErix disabled the patient as described in the class action. Until we fully understand how Lyme disease disables its victim aren’t we playing Russian roulette with people’s health?

Please distribute this petition update far and wide through social media as the public needs to know the truth and will not obtain this information through fake news outlets.

The following letters to the editors failed to produce full disclosure:

#1 PRECISSION VACCINATIONS

--------- Original Message ----------
From: Carl Tuttle 
To: DonaldHackett@gmail.comDon@PrecisionVax.com
Cc: Karen@PrecisionVax.comDReiter@PrecisionVaccinations.comsitka@outlook.com
Date: May 29, 2018 at 10:03 AM
Subject: Morris County Is New Jersey’s Hot-Spot for Lyme Disease

Morris County Is New Jersey’s Hot-Spot for Lyme Disease
https://www.precisionvaccinations.com/valneva-lyme-disease-vaccine-candidate-vla15-designed-increase-antibodies-prevent-borrelia-migrating

-Valneva Lyme disease vaccine candidate VLA15 is designed to increase antibodies that prevent Borrelia from migrating from ticks to humans

-John Halperin, MD, medical director of Atlantic Neuroscience Institute said, “Ticks have to stay attached for 24 to 48 hours before you’re at serious risk of Lyme disease.”

May 29, 2018

To; PrecisionVaccinations
Attn: Don Ward Hackett, Managing Editor

Dear Mr. Hackett,

There are multiple issues with your recent article regarding New Jersey’s Hot-Spot for Lyme disease.

Valneva’s vaccine is based on the failed OspA vaccine known as LYMErix which was withdrawn from the market by the manufacturer not for poor sales as reported in the media but for the severe and debilitating adverse reactions it produced.

Excerpt from the class action lawsuit: (See attached court document)

“The people who have contacted us were, prior to vaccination with LYMErix, healthy, active and energetic. Indeed, the very reason they sought the LYMErix vaccine was their desire to preserve their healthy, active lifestyle. However, what they experienced was a dramatic degradation of their health and quality of life. As will be described below, these previously healthy individuals are now afflicted with painful, at times debilitating arthritic symptoms, including joint pain and swelling, as well as extremely severe Lyme-disease-like symptoms which have persisted to this day.”

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Regarding John Halperin’s statement: “Ticks have to stay attached for 24 to 48 hours before you’re at serious risk of Lyme disease.”

This statement is a continuation of the disinformation campaign which is part of a long running racketeering scheme identified in the Shrader & Associates RICO lawsuit. It should be noted that John Halperin, MD is one of the defendants named in this lawsuit.

You can read the court document here: https://www.courthousenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/LymeDisease.pdf

Please see the following information regarding transmission times:

1. Clinical evidence for rapid transmission of Lyme disease 
following a tickbite

Eleanor D. Hynote, Phyllis C. Mervine, Raphael B. Stricker
Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease, online 
before print, November 20, 2011.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.diagmicrobio.2011.10.003

Abstract

Lyme disease transmission to humans by Ixodes ticks is 
thought to require at least 36–48 h of tick attachment. We 
describe 3 cases in which transmission of Borrelia 
burgdorferi, the spirochetal agent of Lyme disease, appears 
to have occurred in less than 24 h based on the degree of 
tick engorgement, clinical signs of acute infection, and 
immunologic evidence of acute Lyme disease.

Health care providers and individuals exposed to ticks 
should be aware that transmission of Lyme disease may occur 
more rapidly than animal models suggest. A diagnosis of Lyme 
disease should not be ruled out based on a short tick 
attachment time in a subject with clinical evidence of B. 
burgdorferi infection.

2. How Long Does A Tick Need To Be Attached To Transmit Lyme Disease?
https://sites.google.com/site/marylandlyme/ticks/how-long-to-transmit

Michael Cook reports- "The claims that removal of ticks within 24 hours or 48 hours of attachment will effectively prevent LB are not supported by the published data, and the minimum tick attachment time for transmission of LB in humans has never been established."

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From the PrecisionVaccinations.com website:

“If our audiences cannot trust us to get the small things right, how can they trust us on the big things?”

Precision Vaccination’s article requires the truth not more disinformation.

Sincerely,

Carl Tuttle
Lyme Endemic Hudson, NH 03051 (USA)


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#2 THE BOSTON GLOBE:

--------- Original Message ----------
From: Carl Tuttle 
To: letter@globe.com
Cc: oped@globe.com
Date: June 4, 2018 at 1:31 PM
Subject: How Mass. could disrupt Lyme disease research

How Mass. could disrupt Lyme disease research
https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/editorials/2018/06/01/how-mass-could-disrupt-lyme-disease-research/3QuoqWUcwp0SEHegejCxDK/amp.html?event=event25&__twitter_impression=true

“The need for three shots in a single year, feared links to arthritis, and the spread of unfounded anti-vaccine conspiracy theories have most likely left a permanent taint on the idea of a vaccine for the long term, researchers believe.”

June 4, 2018

Letters to the Editor
The Boston Globe
PO Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205

To the Editor,

In reference to the statement above; “unfounded anti-vaccine conspiracy theories” the first Lyme disease vaccine known as LYMErix was withdrawn from the market by the manufacturer not for poor sales as reported in the media but for the severe and debilitating adverse reactions it produced.

Excerpt from the class action lawsuit: (See attached court document)

“The people who have contacted us were, prior to vaccination with LYMErix, healthy, active and energetic. Indeed, the very reason they sought the LYMErix vaccine was their desire to preserve their healthy, active lifestyle. However, what they experienced was a dramatic degradation of their health and quality of life. As will be described below, these previously healthy individuals are now afflicted with painful, at times debilitating arthritic symptoms, including joint pain and swelling, as well as extremely severe Lyme-disease-like symptoms which have persisted to this day.”

Below is the link to the Final Judgement and Approval of the class action against SmithKline Beecham as a settlement was awarded to these individuals.

JUDGEMENT, FINAL ORDER AND DECREE GRANTING FINAL APPROVAL OF THE CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT:
https://www.lymediseaseassociation.org/images/NewDirectory/Government/Vaccines/2003_Vaccine_Judgement_Final_Sttle_Apprvl..pdf

Whoever wrote the Editorial in the Boston Globe certainly didn’t get their facts straight and a correction should be published.

Carl Tuttle
Lyme Endemic Hudson, NH

Dear Mr. Bernstein,

I received the standard response from my letter to the editor but I think you will agree that my letter identifies serious concerns with the first Lyme vaccine and should be shared with the public. 

You might want to inquire where the source of the information published in the Globe originated from in that editorial.

Sincerely,

-Carl Tuttle
Hudson, NH

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#3 CAUDWELL LYMECO CHARITY:

My view on the development of a Lyme disease vaccine
By John Caudwell, Chairman of Caudwell LymeCo Charity
https://caudwelllyme.com/2018/06/05/my-view-on-the-development-of-a-lyme-disease-vaccine/comment-page-1/#comment-730


Carl Tuttle
June 5, 2018 at 12:44 pm

Your comment is awaiting moderation.

The first Lyme disease vaccine known as LYMErix was withdrawn from the market by the manufacturer not for poor sales as reported in the media but for the severe and debilitating adverse reactions it produced. Valneva’s vaccine is based on the same OspA concept that was used in LYMErix.

Excerpt from the class action lawsuit:

“The people who have contacted us were, prior to vaccination with LYMErix, healthy, active and energetic. Indeed, the very reason they sought the LYMErix vaccine was their desire to preserve their healthy, active lifestyle. However, what they experienced was a dramatic degradation of their health and quality of life. As will be described below, these previously healthy individuals are now afflicted with painful, at times debilitating arthritic symptoms, including joint pain and swelling, as well as extremely severe Lyme-disease-like symptoms which have persisted to this day.”

Below is the link to the Final Judgement and Approval of the class action against SmithKline Beecham as a settlement was awarded to these individuals.

JUDGEMENT, FINAL ORDER AND DECREE GRANTING FINAL APPROVAL OF THE CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT:
https://www.lymediseaseassociation.org/images/NewDirectory/Government/Vaccines/2003_Vaccine_Judgement_Final_Sttle_Apprvl..pdf

Carl Tuttle
Lyme Endemic Hudson, NH USA
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#4 ZME SCIENCE

---------- Original Message ----------
From: Carl Tuttle 
To: andrei@zmescience.com
Date: June 6, 2018 at 1:27 PM
Subject: Lyme Disease vaccine set to become available soon, as first trials successfully passed

Lyme Disease vaccine set to become available soon, as first trials successfully passed
BY MIHAI ANDREI
https://www.zmescience.com/medicine/lyme-disease-vaccine-28052018/

Dear Mihai,

Valneva’s vaccine is based on the failed OspA vaccine known as LYMErix which was withdrawn from the market by the manufacturer not for poor sales as reported in the media but for the severe and debilitating adverse reactions it produced.

Excerpt from the class action lawsuit: (See attached court document)

“The people who have contacted us were, prior to vaccination with LYMErix, healthy, active and energetic. Indeed, the very reason they sought the LYMErix vaccine was their desire to preserve their healthy, active lifestyle. However, what they experienced was a dramatic degradation of their health and quality of life. As will be described below, these previously healthy individuals are now afflicted with painful, at times debilitating arthritic symptoms, including joint pain and swelling, as well as extremely severe Lyme-disease-like symptoms which have persisted to this day.”
______________________________________

Below is the link to the Final Judgement and Approval of the class action against SmithKline Beecham as a settlement was awarded to these individuals.

JUDGEMENT, FINAL ORDER AND DECREE GRANTING FINAL APPROVAL OF THE CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT:
https://www.lymediseaseassociation.org/images/NewDirectory/Government/Vaccines/2003_Vaccine_Judgement_Final_Sttle_Apprvl..pdf

Regarding the mishandling of Lyme disease, a crime has been identified and submitted to the court system here in the United States. There is ample evidence showing that the CDC participated in this scheme through tax payer dollars financing the dishonest science aligning themselves with the defendants.

You can read the court document here: https://www.courthousenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/LymeDisease.pdf

Will you publish this important information or will you hide it from the reader?

Sincerely,

Carl Tuttle
Lyme Endemic Hudson, NH 03051 (USA)


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