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written by Dr. C. Ben Boucher, BSC, MD

What has happened over the past 20 years in the United States, and for a shorter time in Canada, regarding Lyme disease reminds me of what I have experienced in both wellness and chelation therapy. The hesitancy to diagnose and treat, the development of overly strict guidelines, and the intimidation of those who who suspect and would like to treat infections is like déjà vu.

This presentation is intended to inform the public, physicians and media about what I have learned regarding tick-borne diseases. My education has come from articles, books, a workshop by ACAM, and a conference by the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS). More importantly, my education has resulted from listening in great detail to many patients whose lives have been affected by these infections

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http://thewellnesscentre.com/PressReleases.aspx

 

August 18, 2010

Dr. Teresa Royer MacKnight, 57, Andover, Maine

Daily Item

ANDOVER, Maine — Dr. Teresa “Terri” Royer MacKnight, 57, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 15, 2010, peacefully at her home in Andover.

She was born March 25, 1953, in Lewisburg, Pa., a daughter of Russell and Louise Royer, of New Columbia, Pa.

She graduated from Lewisburg High School, Class of 1971 and received her Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine, Des Moines University in Iowa in 1979.

Dr. MacKnight practiced medicine in Hollywood, Fla., Seattle, Wash., Negley, Ohio, and Beaver, Pa., before moving to Maine in 1990. She practiced medicine in Rumford until being disabled by Neurologic Lyme Disease. She was one of the founders of the International Lyme and Associated Disease Society and the society’s first president in 1999.

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http://dailyitem.com/obituaries/x1047881738/Dr-Teresa-Royer-MacKnight-57-Andover-Maine