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Product Details

  • Paperback: 367 pages
  • Publisher: BioMed Publishing Group; 1st edition (April 2, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0976379716
  • ISBN-13: 978-0976379713
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 7.1 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,688 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From James Schaller, M.D. -- Remarkably broad and clearly written, this will be one of the top Lyme Disease books of the decade. Bryan Rosner is unusually gifted at explaining new emerging treatments. He thinks big and offers big solutions. --James Schaller, M.D., practicing physician and author of 16+ books

From Mary Brescia, R.N. -- I am a registered nurse, wife, mother, and patient, and for 15 years I have suffered from three tick borne diseases. I have searched the world over on a quest for healing. Hope is a word Lyme sufferers soon learn is not part of their vocabulary. Bryan Rosner opens the door to hope and offers a roadmap to restored health. By turning the pages of this book, you will learn how to turn the course of suffering. A Lyme sufferer himself, Rosner has paved the way, thank God, for all of us. --Mary Brescia, R.N.

From Andrew Cutler, Ph.D. -- In this helpful book, Bryan Rosner presents 10 new Lyme Disease treatments and enough discussion of the science behind them to put the information in context and make it useful. Whether you are under a doctor's care or going it alone, this book will help you make good decisions so you can get better. --Andrew Cutler, Ph.D., author of Amalgam Illness --Diagnosis and Treatment

About the Author

Bryan Rosner is an internationally recognized author, educator and speaker. His articles and books on Lyme Disease have received critical acclaim from patients and physicians in more than 15 countries. Bryans first book, Lyme Disease and Rife Machines, has earned bestselling status in the United States, Europe, and elsewhere in the world. Bryan's work goes beyond merely educating the world about Lyme Disease. He is also active in the Lyme Disease community itself in 2003, Bryan founded the Electromedicine and Lyme Disease Research Forum, which currently has more than 2,000 participating members. In 2006, he founded Lyme Community Forums, which is becoming known as a hub for Lyme Disease communication and education. The research substantiating Bryan s work is derived from numerous sources, including his personal experience with Lyme Disease, input from hundreds of other Lyme sufferers, clinical and laboratory studies, and collaboration with leading physicians on several continents. Bryan s books are known to include not only treatments popular in the United States, but also successful healing modalities found throughout the world. In fact, Bryan communicates with researchers and physicians worldwide, and many of the treatments found in his books are unpublished and unknown to the public in the United States. In this way, his writing is balanced and broad, offering readers a wide array of treatment options from which to choose. Bryan Rosner works as a journalist in the healthcare industry and lives in the mountains of Northern California with his wife Leila.

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Customer Reviews

Excellent and very thorough book for anyone suffering from Lyme disease.
Bryan Rosner's The Top Ten Lyme Disease Treatments is my new favorite book to recommend on the topic of Lyme recovery.
The book is cogently written, easy to follow, very well organized and thorough.
Dr Tedde M. Rinker

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By J. DeFauw on February 20, 2009
Format: Paperback
Having been diagnosed just 1-1/2 years ago with Lyme Disease, I was pretty unsure as to how to go about treating it as I was concerned about having to take antibiotics for years like a lot of other lyme sufferers that I knew. I was referred to this book by my doctor--a real MD who had slowly moved into a more natural medicine/prevention approach. I got the book, started treatment starting with a few of the supplements mentioned in the book for both killing off the bacteria (both lyme and coinfections) and supplements to replenish things in my system the lyme/coinfections had depleted.

I was seeing progress, which was very encouraging. This helped me to decide to take the plunge and by a rife machine--two, actually. Being a Mechanical Engineer, I was a bit skeptical as electromagnetic medicine all seemed a little hokey. But when I understood the science behind it, especially as relating to natural harmonic frequency, I realized that it could really work. The only question I had was whether the rife machines recommended by Bryan Rosner's books (this book and his first one called When Antibiotics Fail) would actually be strong enough to actually destroy bacteria in the human body. I can now confidently say that I progressed in my recovery even faster than before!

To understand how far I've come, before I started treatment or was diagnosed I had to use a cane, was constantly sore, could not sleep through the night, the right side of my body was weak like I had a stroke (I didn't), I had aphasia, emotional rollercoaster, strange bouts of dyslexia (something I've never had), and many other little symptoms. You get the point. After only a year of treatment, I feel like I'm at about 85% of normal, whereas I felt at about 40% before treatment began.
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63 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Dr Tedde M. Rinker on December 17, 2007
Format: Paperback
I am a preventive medicine specialist and do not actively treat Lyme Disease with antibiotics, but I definitely end up diagnosing this condition in many people who come to me with a wide variety of chronic, multi-system complaints. I refer out to LLD's, and help patients keep their hormones, adrenal function and toxicity clearance in stable condition while they pursue treatment. I watch them, as some get better, but many also get worse. For those who feel as Bryan Rosner felt, after consulting a multitude of physicians and paying thousands of dollars for the very latest treatments, that you are not better and you are "on your own", get this book. Chronic Lyme disease sufferers are often on their own, with not even the enlightened health care practitioner to turn to, if antibiotics fail to heal them. Mr. Rosner, a journalist, a Lyme disease sufferer and a very intelligent man, found himself on his own in this way and began a journey to recovery that he shared with many thousands of others, trying to heal from Lyme disease using alternative, often unusual techniques. He is careful to tell us when he is simply offerring an opintion (such as with his use of the Marshall protocol), and to tell us that he is not a healthcare practitioner but he has worked hard to get a concensus view from hundreds if not thousands of people who are trying alternative treatments with success. He tells us about the war-like controversies among the medical professionals about how to treat this condition, and aptly points out that even the most enlightened of these does not guarantee a cure for people who have suffered with the condition for many years, especially if they have severe adverse reactions to antibiotics.Read more ›
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133 of 160 people found the following review helpful By Marcus Oliver on May 16, 2007
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I am a Lyme patient and Lyme educator in Georgia. In reading Rosner's book there were some problems that caused me to question its validity. Before writing this review I consulted with a couple of experienced Lyme doctors (ILADS members). Before my thoughts, let me say that I will give the book 2 stars because it is well-written and easy to read.

The first problem is that Mr. Rosner is not a medical practitioner. The medical practitioner whom I personally see and the other one whom I discussed this with both agree that most of those "top 10" were in fact not particularly effective in their population of Lyme patients - except for antibiotics (not necessarily Rosner's suggestions however). Both said that probably the main reason that chronic Lyme patients don't get well is that co-infections are not properly diagnosed and aggressively treated. (That was my case with "chronic Lyme" that turned out to be Babesia).

The next comment was about the claim that the Marshall protocol is somehow a wonderful treatment. Both thought that it was potentially very dangerous to induce a Vitamin D deficiency is a person. Very few credible Lyme docs still promote the Marshall protocol. In fact, Dr. Klinghardt (recognized expert) from the West Coast used to promote it and now says that his results have been very disappointing. Both my docs said that they would avoid it, and that the people who did manage to improve on it probably did so because of the use of low dose antibiotics.

Finally, both my docs chuckled when they learned that Mangosteen was one of the top 10 Lyme treatments. (One of them had never heard of it and the other said that it didn't help anyone except one person's sleep problem.) Seems like someone is pushing a specific product for a reason.
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