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TRUTHCURES' position on this "working group" is that it is dangerous to the progress of the "Lyme" cause. Here is what the NIH thinks is going on: OspA causes immunosuppression with chronic brain inflammation, and they say this is probably about EBV, which means "post-sepsis." Therefore, the federal members should already know what the disease is and that this "working group" is a sham.


Scroll down for issues with individual members and what you can say about their conflicts. 

Would you like to submit comments for the public record? Here is what HHS says you need to do:

Public comment may be provided in-person at the meetings or in writing. Persons who wish to provide public comment in person should submit a request to do so via email at tickbornedisease@hhs.gov on or before December 1, 2017.

In-person comments will be limited to three minutes each to accommodate as many speakers as possible. A total of 30 to 60 minutes will be allocated to public comment and will be divided between the two meetings on December 11 and 12. If more requests are received than can be accommodated, speakers will be randomly selected. The nature of the comments will not be considered in making this selection.

Public comment may also be provided in writing only. Individuals who would like to provide written public comment should send their comments to tickbornedisease@hhs.gov on or before December 6, 2017.


John Aucott, M.D.

There really aren't enough bad things that can be said about this sorry excuse for a human. He puts on a good show as the friendly old fuddy-duddy doctor, but make no mistake: it's all a show. He directed almost all of the funds raised by his "nonprofit" to Johns Hopkins University, the original perpetrators of spirochetal crimes against humanity. He helps collect "well characterized serum samples" for the CDC's fraud-perpetuating biobank. And he owns a patent on a test for detecting about 2% of Lyme cases, which he's put up for sale on Hopkins' website. Read all about it here: https://badlymeattitude.com/2018/04/14/aucott/

Dennis M. Dixon, Ph.D.

Golly, he looks like a deer in headlights, with that wide-eyed innocence, but make no mistake: this creep is well acquainted with the criminals of Lyme. He's been rubbing elbows with them since at least 1998, the year LYMErix was introduced, and they were all still giddy about prospects for next-generation vaccines and test kits for all kinds of vector-borne pathogens. 

Here you can see him on the list of attendees at the 1998 Cold Spring Harbor crooks-conference, as well as having received a carbon copy of the announcement (at the bottom of the page).  https://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/asp/html/conferences/conferences/lyme980830.html


One of the results of the meeting: agreement on "the need to establish depositories of well-characterized reference serum samples, including relevant controls, for standardizing modified conventional tests in which newly defined recombinant proteins specific for B. burgdorferi are to be employed for the first time." ["well-characterized reference serum samples" of course, refer to only late-Lyme arthritic knee cases with no other symptoms.]

Robert P. Smith, M.D.

We're not buying the sentiment that this guy gives a single crap about anyone who suffers from this insidious disease. In fact, this scumbag participated in the OspA fake vaccine trials in the 1990s. He had this to say about Lyme victims several years ago in Down East magazine:

“The public perception of the seriousness and treatability of Lyme disease is very different from that of the informed medical community,” says Smith, who has treated hundreds of Lyme patients over the years. “The public view of this disease is that it is very difficult to treat and can remain living in their system for a very long time. The opposite is true.”  [Blatant lie.]

“When you treat people with clear-cut Lyme disease, they get markedly better in the standard period of time,” Dr. Smith says, “but Lyme disease has become an umbrella for a variety of syndromes such as chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.”  [Another lie based on the lie that the testing detects all cases; in reality it detects only the late-Lyme arthritic knee cases who have no other symptoms.]


Pat Smith is serving a three-year appointment to the “Programmatic Panel for the Tick-Borne Disease Research Program (TBDRP), a new program in the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Office of Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP)…” Shouldn’t that disqualify her from an appointment as a public representative to the HHS Tick-borne Disease Working Group?

Additionally, even though the whistle had been blown a year prior, Pat Smith decided that it was in her and the LDA’s best interest to appear to have played a role in the takedown of LYMErix. Forget the fact that she had never spoken out against LYMErix, nor supported its victims.

Forget that she has never spoken out against LYMErix (OspA) since then–likely because it would have then been common knowledge that she knows OspA alone causes the disease, and that all of her “efforts” over the last 20 years have been purely stall tactics on behalf of everyone BUT the patients.

Do you have an objection to this person serving on the working group?

Lise Nigrovic

Based on her illustrious resume, one might think that Dr. Nigrovic knows a thing or two about "Lyme disease," or at least wants to know a thing or two about it. Sadly, she's just another IDSA Guidelines author who either missed the fact that even the CDC says its own testing is problematic, or she chooses to deny it. Either way, that makes for an appointee who is not fit to serve. 

Here is a short list of some of Dr. Nigrovic's published work that should prove even more disqualifying:

Totally clueless about the history of LYMErix and how OspA alone causes the immunosuppression disease we know as "chronic Lyme": https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2870557/#!po=13.6364

Advocates strong-arming parents into accepting lesser treatment for their sick kids: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/28984721/ (Note her association with Boston Children's, notorious kidnapper institution a la Justina Pelletier.)


Publishing with the ALDF/CDC/Yale cabal about 2-tier testing:



Claims Lyme is over diagnosed, when in fact the real disease of Lyme post-sepsis (much more disabling than a bacterial infection) is being missed 85% of the time:




Tries to make sense of a diagnostic method that was designed to NOT make sense. 


This appointee should go back to school and learn how fungal diseases work, then retract all her bogus papers and offer an apology to the children and families who have been denied care at her institutions.  

This individual has devoted his life to human rights abuses for profit.

He was one of the founders of the American Lyme Disease Foundation (ALDF), the racketeering organization that is the root cause for the decades of suffering endured by Lyme victims. If not for Gary Wormser’s ALDF, it is entirely possible that we would not even be discussing a “meeting of the minds” wherein all of the minds are made up to either trash Lyme victims for the purpose of concealing crimes, or to prey on their desperation in order to make a buck.

Gary Wormser is known to despise patients, anyone who advocates for them, and especially the ones who are outspoken about his involvement in the 1994 Dearborn fraud where the ALDF/CDC cabal threw out the sickest cases from the disease definition.

Read more about Gary Wormser here.

Do you have a problem with this individual serving on the TBD Working Group?

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