Carl Tuttle of New Hampshire is a Lyme disease victim and activist who has written a number of letters to medical publications that have published articles containing misinformation, incomplete information, and biased information. The rebuttals are well-documented with medical and scientific references.
The content of the Carl Tuttle Letters is such that they should be preserved for the long term.
The Index link may be found on every page at the top right hand side. The Index is as follows:
CDC discredits new Lyme tests and fails to mention their recommended ELISA “screening” test is highly inaccurate, even for East Coast Lyme disease on which it was based.
Underreporting of Lyme disease by the CDC.
Observations regarding treatment denial, vaccine development, and biowarfare.
Harmful and incorrect information based on obsolete information.
Differentiation of Reinfection from Relapse in Recurrent Lyme Disease
Evidence-based medicine and “inconvenient truths” about Lyme disease.
January 3, 2016 – Letter to CDC and ALDF (American Lyme Disease Foundation) critical of their description for Lyme being a “nuisance disease” and using manipulated “evidence-based” clinical trials to fit a predetermined outcome’
3 October 2016 – Regarding Misleading Studies on the Persistence of Borrelia.
February 25, 2015 – Lyme disease: a review of its epidemiology, evaluation, and treatment
Letter with comprehensive supporting documentation.
May 25, 2015 – Lyme Carditis
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. called the CDC
“a cesspool of corruption, mismanagement and dysfunction.”
It was the rush to create a vaccine for Lyme that caused the current conflict.
Absolute Facts we were told were true for well over a decade by Yale and the IDSA that turned out to be completely untrue.
The Scotty Shelton, of Saginaw, MN case.
For over thirty years now we have been dealing with an antibiotic resistant superbug purposely concealed by the CDC, members of the Infectious Diseases Society of America and The American Lyme Disease Foundation. Post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome is simply a fabricated medical condition disguising treatment failure.
As long as the research dollars are left in the hands of those who have colluded to deny chronic Lyme, Bills to promote research for Lyme disease are of no value.
January 15, 2014 – Dr Forrester’s “CDC Expert Commentary
CDC “expert commentary” on Lyme carditis deeply flawed.
January 17, 2014 – Lyme Disease DNA Testing
Alan Steere’s misinformation on the persistence of Lyme disease.
Harm caused by IDSA with unsupported and wrong opinions on Lyme disease immunity.
April 11, 2014 – Concerns Regarding a New Culture Method for Borrelia burgdorferi
CDC release on information regarding “unproven” Lyme disease tests.
April 22, 2013 – Seeking legal action to remove the misleading Lyme Disease and the Heart (Copyright © 2013, Wolters Kluwer Health) manuscript written by Krause and Bockenstedt. A manuscript impacting patient outcomes which could lead to delayed diagnosis, treatment and disability. Letter to the editor submission to Circulation
Critique of an article on cardiac implications of Lyme disease written by two doctors who have no credentials in cardiology. One is on the board of the American Lyme Disease Foundation that has been a barrier to issuing truthful information about Lyme disease.
April 30, 2013 – No More Western Blots for Lyme Diagnosis?
Junk science published in Clinical Infectious Diseases, a publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA).
Dec 18, 2013 – Spinning the data to support vaccine development
More misinformation from IDSA. Gary P. Wormser, MD, author. Sponsored by Baxter Laboratories, the Centers for Disease Control, Fort Collins, CO, and Stanley Plotkin.
February 15, 2012 – Lyle Petersen’s letter addressed to Carl Tuttle on Feb 15, 2012
CDC response… “In fact, no CDC employees have ever received payments, royalties, or consulting fees for any activity related to commercial tests or vaccines for Lyme disease.”
CDC fixation on early Lyme disease misinforms doctors.
December 19, 2012 – Guidelines: Guides to Profit?
Corruption associated with writing medical guidelines.
December 20, 1012 – Letter from NEJM to Carl Tuttle – New England Journal of Medicine 12-14186