Lyme disease misinformation has physicians searching for guidance

Carl Tuttle

Hudson, NH, United States

JAN 20, 2023 — 

It appears that the CDC has partnered with Mathematica to start working on the “disinformation campaign” for the upcoming Lyme vaccine brought to you by Pfizer who paid the the largest health care fraud settlement in history for fraudulent marketing. $2.3 Billion!

Why not start an email campaign and tell these folks how Lyme disease has impacted your life?

Email addresses:

Arnold Chen
Frederick Chen
Grace Marx
Sara Berg

Email to Arnold Chen, Senior Researcher at Mathematica…

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Date: 01/19/2023 5:53 PM
Subject: Lyme disease misinformation has physicians searching for guidance

JAN 12, 2023

Lyme disease misinformation has physicians searching for guidance

“False and misleading information about the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease is spreading and creating confusion for both physicians and patients,” Dr. Chen added. The report conducted with the CDC and Mathematica Policy Research is just the start and “will highlight some of the disinformation that patients with persistent, medically unexplained symptoms attributed to Lyme disease have been exposed to and how some physicians respond to that,” he said.

Princeton, NJ
Attn: Arnold Chen, Senior Researcher

Dear Dr. Chen,

Could you please answer the following questions:

1. Will the CDC and Mathematica report include the following reference:

European Neurology 1995

Seronegative Chronic Relapsing Neuroborreliosis
Lawrence C., Lipton R.B., Lowy F.D., Coyle P.K.d


We report an unusual patient with evidence of Borrelia burgdorferi infection who experienced repeated neurologic relapses despite aggressive antibiotic therapy. Each course of therapy was associated with a Jarisch-Herxheimer-like reaction. Although the patient never had detectable free antibodies to B. burgdorferi in serum or spinal fluid, the CSF was positive on multiple occasions for complexed anti-B. burgdorferi antibodies, B. burgdorferi nucleic acids and free antigen.

2. Will your report include the following references of seronegative Lyme disease:

Seronegativity in Lyme borreliosis and Other Spirochetal Infections (16 September 2003)

3. Will the CDC and Mathematica report include the following:

Peer Reviewed Evidence of Persistence of Lyme Disease Spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi and Tick-Borne Diseases (700 References)

4. Were you aware that the Western blot reporting criteria was manipulated in 1995 to facilitate vaccine development? (Dearborn Conference)

That manipulation led to a reduction in diagnostic success rate to 31% as reported by Dr. Paul Fawcett during the 1995 Rheumatology Symposia:
1995 Rheumatology Symposia Abstract# 1254 Dr. Paul Fawcett et al.

See abstract here

Faulty misleading FDA approved antibody tests cannot be used to gauge treatment failure or success and are absolutely essential for hiding an antibiotic resistant/tolerant superbug.

What we have been dealing with here Dr. Chen (based on all the suppressed evidence I have shared with you) is deliberate mismanagement of a disease. A chronic relapsing seronegative disease does not fit the vaccine model and that is the root of the disinformation perpetuated by the CDC for three decades. Now you have been informed. What will you do with this information?

A response to this inquiry is requested.

Carl Tuttle
Independent Researcher
Hudson, NH

It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it” -Upton Sinclair, American novelist and social reformer


-Frederick Chen, MD, chief health and science officer at the AMA

-Grace Marx, MD, MPH, medical epidemiologist with the Bacterial Diseases Branch at CDC’s Division of Vector-Borne diseases


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