Something to consider is transmission routes.
Is conventional wisdom right on this:
tick bite by the wrong tick at the wrong time = Lyme disease.
But are transmission routes far more diverse and Lyme disease far more widespread?
In fact several renowned specialists assert that it can be transmitted by mosquito’s, raw milk, blood transfusions, deer jerky created with low heat, dressing out a deer with any nick or cut on one’s hands, and some believe that it can even be transmitted sexually by an individual who has an active infection. This being the case, they estimate that well over 50% of the U.S. population has already been exposed to the Lyme disease microbe.
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