Re: Dr. Shoemaker's Treatment Protocol
Posted by ML on 12/02/03
I'm jumping in the conversation late in the game and had
trouble following this long thread, but......
Anyone calling a doc a quack should do so only after being seen
by such a person and finding poor results. Dr Shoemaker does
not just rely on a VCS test found on the internet. In order to
see him for a visit, he requires your entire medical records
beforehand, as well as having the pt fill out a comprehensive
written history, documenting all diagnoses, treatments,
including what worked and what didn't. I went to see him this
past month and I had a 3 hour appt with the doctor. And then he
drew 15 tubes of blood to test a variety of things. His staff
also administered an EKG at the onset of the appt.
I've been following his work in the Lyme disease community for
the past two years or so, and I also believe that he's onto
something. It's encouraging to hear from those
people who have been helped by his protocols.
On 12/01/03, Terry wrote:
> I have tried this protocol and am living proof that this man
> is not a quack. I went from an unknown fungal infection and
> posssible Lyme that kept comming up negagtive to excellent
> health. This man saved my life. I felt like a 93 year old
> woman, couldn't get out of my own way. There was a fungus
> under hte old farm house that I lived in. There is also noted
> fungus in local court house and Library. I was told nerver to
> enter the library. Teh court house has moved and is slated
> for distruction due to the inability to rid of the fungus.
> I'm a nurse by professiojn and not easily impressed, but this
> man earned my respect. Hands down He knows what he's doing.
> only thise that don't have the answers are afraid to try new
> treaments and are quick to critisize when something may be so
> simple and not cost a million bucks for treatment. Damn guess
> they loose. I won!
> Terry Elias prior residence Dames Quarter Maryland (the
> house is gone thank God)