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I decided not to blog with text when instead I can reach my readership with video bloggingómuch more exciting! The field of Lyme Disease research and alternative treatment is constantly evolving. I hope this blog helps you gain insight into this elusive and widespread infection. Thanks for visiting! To learn more about my research, please check out my two best-selling Lyme Disease books:

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#3822 - 07/26/08 03:24 AM EVAN'S GATE - new film - how far would you go to save a loved one with Lyme? MUST SEE!
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Registered: 11/08/06
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Loc: Mountains of Northern CA
July 26, 2008

This is a very exciting moment for me; I get to share one of the very best Lyme disease films I've ever seen; Evan's Gate , starring Edward Crawford.

Evanís Gate is compelling, important, factual, and entertaining. This film bridges the gap between desperate, severely ill Lyme patients and their loved ones who just canít understand what they are going through. While the recent documentary, Under Our Skin, provides a descriptive and qualitative tour through modern Lyme disease science, Evanís Gate fills an entirely different need; that is, addressing the profound burden of emotional and financial stress experienced by each and every Lyme sufferer and their family and friends.

I could not stop thinking about Evanís Gate after I saw it; days went by and it was still on my mind constantly. I canít recommend this film highly enough. For Lyme sufferers, family, and friends, the 40 minutes it takes to watch this film will provide new and much-needed perspective.

To order the full DVD, 40 minutes, for $20.95, visit http://www.lymebook.com/evans-gate

Three sample scenes (total 12 minutes of sample scenes):







Edited by BryanRosner (07/26/08 03:38 AM)
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#3824 - 07/26/08 12:04 PM Re: EVAN'S GATE - new film - how far would you go to save a loved one with Lyme? MUST SEE! [Re: BryanRosner]
Connie
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Registered: 03/06/08
Posts: 58
Great videos, Bryan! What anguish this disease causes...it's really unbelievable, isn't it? I hope that the outcome of this child's case was favorable, and that he and his dad are doing better now!
I hope many people will see this and realize how many are suffering similar stories.

Thanks,

Connie
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Author, "The Lyme Disease Survival Guide"
http://www.lymebytes.blogspot.com

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#3899 - 09/03/08 01:44 AM Re: EVAN'S GATE - new film - how far would you go to save a loved one with Lyme? MUST SEE! [Re: Connie]
Jolie146
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Registered: 09/03/08
Posts: 1
An excellent video Bryan! The movie portrays a young sufferer of this horrible disease and how his dad manages to support him through it all. Certainly a wonderful film to be viewed by everyone. This was such a serious role to be played by such a young actor. There seems to be no mention of the name of the young boy starring in the movie. He played a splendid part, do you know if he is in any other films? He's good! I'd like to see more of him.

I hope the insurance companies get a chance to see this film as well and realize the financial burden placed on families is extremely daunting. Although standards for treating Lyme Disease has changed in the past 10 years there is still a long way to go. The initial cost of aggressive or extended antibiotic treatments may be high, however, the insurance companies should add up the costs associated with treating an individual with Lyme Disease over a lifetime.

Thanks.

Maxine


Edited by Jolie146 (09/03/08 01:22 PM)

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