Sunday, November 2, 2008

Toronto screening of "Under our Skin"

A screening of this documentary film will take place at the Toronto Whole Life Expo 2008, Canada's largest showcase of natural health and green living.

Date: Friday November 14, 2008
Time: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Location: Lecture Hall 205, Metro Toronto Convention Centre

This shocking U.S. documentary reveals the untold story of the massive spread of Lyme Disease throughout North America – “an emerging epidemic larger than AIDS”. It has been discovered that up to 50% of patients with Multiple Sclerosis and other neurodegenerative disorders including Autism, Parkinson's, ALS, as well as chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, may simply have Chronic Lyme disease from a tick bite. It's detectable, treatable and reversible, yet thousands are suffering from misdiagnosis. In Canada there is no effective screening or treatment for Chronic Lyme. Ironically, the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons is now investigating the last Canadian medical doctor who is willing to treat it openly. For one of the most powerful human rights stories of our decade do not miss this screening.

Helke Ferrie will be introducing the film and will also briefly discuss the new nationwide Charter for Health Freedom. She will soon be publishing her new book "Chronic Lyme Disease in Canada - The Persecution of Doctors Able to Treat It and the Denial of Treatment Choice to Patients". Discussion afterwards with Dr. Jozef Krop and the Lyme Action Group.

Free admission with any Whole Life Expo pass.

Questions and comments can be directed all weekend to the Lyme Action Group located at KOS PUBLISHING booth 166.

For more information about this film, including trailers, visit Open Eye Pictures online.

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