The Lyme disease support group meeting for October will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. Oct. 31 in the Hillsboro Public Library meeting room, 819 High Ave.
Residents of Juneau, Monroe, Richland, Sauk and Vernon counties afflicted with a tick borne illness such as Lyme disease, or those seeking to increase understanding of tick borne illness, its prevention, and its treatment, are welcome to attend.
How much of a person’s body is attacked by these diseases? How much of a person’s body needs to be addressed to deal with these diseases?
Don Mau provides his conclusion, written as a result of his personal study: “Not only does the infection need to be treated as a whole, but the body needs to be treated as a whole because all the body’s systems influence the overall health of a person and these infections are systemic and everywhere in a person’s body.”
Mau’s words affirm what many who live with and study Tick/Insect Borne Diseases have also come to know: The disease affects us totally because it infects us totally.
Mau has put on the internet the rationale and results of his study, as well as the personal protocol he developed for self- treatment. His website is: http://www.lyme-morgellons.com
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 608-489-2725 (ask for Gary), or write: Gary Cepek, S1468 Cepek Rd., Elroy, Wis. 53929.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to a production error, the article in the Oct. 23 print edition of the Sentry Enterprise mistakenly gave the date for the Lyme Disease Support Group's September meeting. The Sentry Enterprise regrets the error.