Lyme Disease is the
fastest growing infectious disease in North America
The rate of increase has been
ten-fold annually. Although Dr. Murakami?s doctrine has been
based in British Columbia, he has seen patients from all over
Canada as well as other areas of the world. They have all come
to him with varying degrees of desperation. Some suffering
through misdiagnosis an average of 5 years, some up to 23
years, others less.
The CDC is currently only
reporting between 4-6 cases in every province in Canada, yet
thousands are appearing in each state right up to the border!
The disease incident is higher in the Eastern portion of
Canada, however, it has been spreading steadily to the
The disease is spread by birds,
rodents and primarily Deer Ticks. The possibility exists that
the spread may also be inflicted by mosquitoes, fleas and
other biting insects. There unfortunately are no studies being
done to confirm, or deny this theory. What is known, however,
is that the diseases spread by the multi-organisms that reside
within the stomachs of an infected animal or insect, are also
coincidentally on the rise.
The top ten Vector-borne
(transmitted by a biting insect) diseases currently are as
- Lyme Disease
- Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
- West Nile Virus
- Colorado Tick Fever
- Tick Paralysis
This map shows the areas in the World that are endemic
for Lyme Disease above and below the 49th Parallel. Nearly all
of Canada has been excluded
How can we explain this extraordinary situation? All
the borders from Alaska and across the continent of
North America has recorded Lyme disease serologically positive
from World Health Authorities.
Can we accept this obvious impossiblity and continue to
have patients suffer silently in wheel chairs,nursing
homes and under the guise of another
One could easily surmise that the lack of inclusion is
simply an indication of Canada's lack of proper
An explanation is in order.
Dr. E. Murakami
Other Risk Maps for Further
From the US CDC data, 2002
New graph put out by the US CDC in 2008.
Small print at bottom of this map says to realistically
increase the shown numbers by 10%!
CMA Journal from 2006 showing the difference between
scapularis and pacificus infections in
Minnesota showing extremely high infections, yet in
Manitoba, right across the border, only a handful of cases
Map showing the spread of Deer Mice across North America.
Deer mice are the primary hosts of ticks on our continent.