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Red Cross and so called Chronic Lyme.
If Chronic Lyme is officially a myth then what does Red Cross consider as  Chronic Lyme disease? I ask it cause Red Cross won't accept person suffering Chronic Lyme as a blood donor. How can Red Cross PROVE that someone suffers it when this disease is not scientifically proven?
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What an excellent question --

That position states perfectly the difficulty we Lyme patients face.

Medical orthodoxy will crumble in the face of reality.  The only question is when.
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BTW, there in Estonia Chronic Lyme is not accepted disease and everyone who is treated of this disease, even when IgG is still higher, can donate a blood.

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I did ask today and they said i can donate blood after 3 months are passed when IgM is normal.
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if you had Bartonella or babesiosis you cannot donate  B ut they never ask you that.  I am o pos, a universal donor, and they keep calling me asking me to donate and I tell them of my condition.  Then they call later again.    I used to give double red and whole blood at least 3 times a year.
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Bartonella or babesiosis, those things are unknown here.
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