CDC, doctors, insurance & others victimized girl with Lyme
Julia Bruzzese, a then-12 year girl in a wheelchair with undiagnosed Lyme disease, was blessed by the Pope in New York two years ago. Her story has taken some astonishing twists and turns, as outlined in this posting on the website On Lyme Foundation. We encourage you to read all of it.
From the website of the On Lyme Foundation, August 15, 2017:
Two years ago the story of the young ill girl who was blessed by the Pope got international attention. She was dropped on a concrete floor as ’treatment’, test results were hidden and the family was repeatedly told that she could NOT have Lyme Disease in the New York area. After the blessing, indeed miracles started to happen: her Lyme blood test suddenly showed up positive, a specialist offered her free treatment and her health improved.
Then the insurance company declined coverage of her treatment costs and gave a fake address to file a complaint. To make matters even more bizarre, the CDC called to warn her father to not continue with her Lyme treatments. The story about the CDC, the games the insurance company played and the abuse with regard to the hospitals and doctors was never told before – out of fear of retaliation. As the proof of the pudding is always in the eating, we asked her father Enrico how Julia is doing now. READ MORE.