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The details of Sasha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher’s Donation to Syria’s Victims

Ali G and Brother Phil G. who works in the menswear department at Harrods. Hollywood couple Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher have donated $1 million to support victims of the conflict in Syria. The money will be split equally between two international non-governmental organizations: Save the Children and the […]

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from the Activists E1: Samantha May on Vigilance in Treatment for Lyme

Arlington SAMANTHA MAY from The Georgia Pictures Company on Vimeo. key here is the discussion of ILADS an organization leading the way in Lyme Treatment…but at the moment…pretty costly. Related articles May is Lyme disease awareness month (michiganjournal.org) Arguing Chronic Lyme ~ A (Very) Basic Overview & A Few Good […]

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From “The Activists E1 ” “Medical Patients React To The ‘Failure to Treat’ Policies of the IDSA”

"Medical Patients React To The 'Failure to Treat' Policies of the IDSA" from The Georgia Pictures Company on Vimeo. Lyme disease is not getting proper treatment in the Untied States. Lyme activists believe that IDSA guidelines foster improper non thorough testing, and sometimes lead to aggression against Lyme literate doctors. […]

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Indu Subaiya Filmmaker, Founder of Healthcare 2.0

Indu Subaiya, Co-Chairman & CEO, @bluetopaz, is responsible for Health 2.0’s strategic direction and production values. She started her career in health technology assessment at Quorum Consulting and then served as VP of Healthcare at Gerson Lehrman Group, an investment research firm. When she is not running Health 2.0, she […]

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Lyme Stories: Samantha May Part 1

In this segment Samantha May discusses the sudden jump in CDC recognized Cases from 30,000 to 300,000 a year. Big news. And a real call to change treatment guidelines for lyme and focus way more on prevention. Related articles Dress up and make a splash for charity (dorsetecho.co.uk) Writestream Tuesday: […]

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