Verbal Public Comment – July 19-20, 2022 Meeting (With References)

Carl Tuttle

Hudson, NH, United States

Jul 19, 2022 — 

Please see my verbal public comment below read aloud at today’s TBDWG meeting. A copy of this comment and supporting references were sent to all members of the Working Group via email…

Carl Tuttle
Hudson, NH

Member of NH Gov Chris Sununu’s Lyme Disease Study Commission

My verbal comment today is a follow-up to my Written Public Comment regarding the CDC’s refusal to recognize the disabling stage of Lyme disease.

I would like to point out that maternal-fetal transmission of Lyme disease was identified in 1985 by Dr. Allen Steere [1] but has gone unrecognized by the IDSA, CDC and NIH until the Patient Centered Care Advocacy Group last year demanded that the Infectious Diseases Society of America remove its false statement that Lyme is only transmitted by a tick. [2] The NIH has now issued a series of notices to encourage investigators to apply for grants 36 years after congenital Lyme disease was first identified. A Lyme treating physician here in NH has told me that they are seeing Lyme disease in generations of patients.

There has been no new treatment for Lyme disease in that same timeframe except from those on the frontlines who are witnessing the devastation first hand. Dr. Horowitz has published success with dapsone combination therapy. [3] Dr. Liegner has published success with “Repurposing” Disulfiram in the Treatment of Lyme Disease and Babesiosis. [4]

Physicians who treated Lyme disease with long-term antibiotics have lost their license to practice because they questioned the official narrative. Many states have passed laws to protect these clinicians from being harassed by state medical boards. We have witnessed the same response with early treatment for Covid. Long-term antibiotics would give the public a reason not to take a Lyme vaccine just as early Covid treatment with ivermectin gave the public a choice to opt out of the experimental jab.

In 2003 Texas physicians Harvey and Salvato tested their chronically ill patients for Lyme disease via CDC Western blot criteria finding all patients positive for the infection in a state where the prevalence of Lyme infected ticks is only about 1-2%. [5] “No history of bull’s-eye rash or illness following tick bite was reported by these patients.” The CDC defines “Lyme disease” exclusively as a zoonotic illness. Congenital and gestational transfer cases have been disregarded for reasons not evident to us”.

Where are the studies for sexually transmitted Lyme disease and why has this mode of transmission been completely ignored for three decades?

What is the point of all this you might ask? It is quite obvious that there has been a concerted effort to control the narrative through suppression of the truth, facts and scientific references.

As mentioned in my Written Public Comment, [6] the only action item we have in the pipeline after thirty years is a vaccine fast-tracked by the FDA in 2017. [7] Since all of the eggs have been put into the vaccine basket it would appear that our Health Agencies are in the shot business with annual revenue of $4.3 billion from the sales and patent royalties. [8]

A chronic relapsing seronegative disease doesn’t fit the vaccine model so deny the chronically infected and your patents for vaccines and diagnostic technology continue to reap patent royalties. The federal watchdog is no more. People suffering and dying and for what? Lyme for Profit.

The CDC has propagated a false Lyme disease narrative for decades and to this day refuses to recognize the disabling stage of Lyme disease. Wake up America!


1. Congenital Transmission of Lyme (personal Dropbox storage area)

2. Advocate asks IDSA to remove false statement about Lyme transmission

3. Dr. Horowitz In Vivo Dapsone Combination Therapy Study Published

4. “Repurposing” Disulfiram in the Treatment of Lyme Disease and Babesiosis

5. ‘Lyme disease’: ancient engine of an unrecognized borreliosis pandemic?

6. Written Public Comment – July 19-20, 2022 Meeting

7. Lyme vaccine fast-tracked by the FDA in 2017

8. Health Agencies are in the shot business

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