Blowing the Whistle at the FDA, Jan 2001, exposing Dearborn and how OspA causes immunosuppression rather than, "was a vaccine."

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Who approved of Steere's new and bogis IgG standard?  The perps.  The cabal.  The  The 180s.  McSweegan, Steere, Barbour, Weinstein, etc

Remember, now, we got this imaginary standard of 5 of 10 bands when Allen Steere went to Europe with the bogus high passage strain G39/40  and the CDC knows this standard is bogus since it is revealed in their patents with SmithKline in Europe.

This was where/how Steere came up with the current fraudulent diagnostic standard for Lyme, where: OspA (band 31) and B (band 34) were left out of the standard, and a person had to have 5 of 10 bands that "show up over months to years," suddenly, within the first few months of the disease.

See the RICO complaint for the difference between the genetically linked hypersensitivity reaction to OspA in a knee and plain old borreliosis

WHAT HAPPENED AT DEARBORN is what I told the FDA vaccine committee when I told them that LYMErix was bogus because the testing was bogus and that no one agreed with Steere's method to diagnose Lyme among the labs invited to the Dearborn conference:

1) Labs were invited by the CDC to "participate in the proceedings":


2) Gary Wormser submitted the following to the Dearborn conference, and he says only 9 of 59 patients tested positive according to Steere's IgG criteria: (9/59) = 15% ??




Read carefully what Wormser says in this report (above):

Wormser says he is assessing Steere's IgG recommendation for the CDC to adopt, and that it was NO GOOD.  Yet it was adopted by the CDC anyway.  Who approved this standard, even though none of the labs agreed?   

For Wormser to report in the IDSA guidelines that one has to have a positive test for Lyme, means he has published scientific fraud.  Similarly, CDC says their testing for Lyme is "valid," when it is hardly valid, if only 15 % cases of Lyme are identified by the Steere IgG panel.

3)  Imugen, or Phil Molloy's lab:

  Only 14% tested positive to the Steere criteria, which means 86% of all cases were missed.


4)   Lutheran Hosp., LaCrosse, Wisconsin said Steere's proposal was 22%.  That is, it missed detecting 78% of all the known the cases.

The following is an Imugen report form where they report that less than 5 bands is normal, when clearly they know that the 5 band criteria of Steere will miss 85% of all cases.  (see bottom right hand corner):



1)      Gary Wormser at New York Medical College-  Steere’s method detected 9/59 cases

2)      Igenex- Steere’s IgG detected 8% of the cases

3)      Imugen – Steere’s method detected 14% of the cases

4)      Wisconsin—Steere’s method was 15% accurate

5)      UCONN-  Larry Zemel was referring to Lyme as comparable to juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.  Recommended adding band 50 for children’s blots.

6)      Roche—28% were positive for 5 of 10 Steere IgG bands.

7)      Wadsworth – had some different scoring system.  Did not report on accuracy of Steere

8)      Ontario Ministry of Health

9)      Lutheran Hospital— 22 % were accurate by Steere’s IgG

10)  MarDx Labs – recommended adding bands 31 and 34, but were given CDC positive arthritis positive blood to falsely qualify their test strips.  Theirs were used in both vaccine trials.

11)  CDC Atlanta – talked about mice, not humans.  The mouse criteria was 2 out of three from OspC, 16 kD, 17.9 kD, for the mice.