Ticktective: A “Professional Persuader” Shares His Bold Discoveries as a Journalist, Author, and Lyme Patient Advocate

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Ross Douthat

Ross Douthat, New York Times columnist, political analyst and author, shares his findings on the state of Lyme research, public perception, and his personal experience with tick-borne infections. Previously he was a senior editor of The Atlantic. He is the film critic for National Review, and he co-founded the New York Times’s weekly op-ed podcast, The Argument. Ross’s most recent book is about his experience with Lyme disease and is called “The Deep Places: A Memoir of Illness and Discovery”. 

Ticktective: A Straight-Forward Explanation of the Complications with Lyme Diagnostics and a Potential New Direct Detection Test

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Brandon Jutras, PhD

Dr. Brandon Jutras is an assistant professor in the Department of Biochemistry at Virginia Tech whose recent diagnostic project on Borrelia’s peptidoglycans was selected for a Bay Area Lyme Foundation 2021 Emerging Leader Award. With over 25 peer reviewed publications in many of science’s top journals, Dr. Jutras is an expert in explaining existing and potential Lyme diagnostics.

Ticktective: Why Classic Medicine Does Not Work for Complex Chronic Illness Such as Alzheimer’s Disease and Tick-Borne Disease

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Dale Bredesen, MD

Dale Bredesen, MD is the author of the New York Times‘ bestseller, “The End of Alzheimer’s” as well as “The First Survivors of Alzheimer’s”. He has held faculty positions at UCSF, UCLA, and UCSD. Dr. Bredesen directed the Program on Aging at the Burnham Institute before joining the Buck Institute in 1998 as the founding President and CEO. Dr. Bredesen has published many scientific journal articles and holds over thirty patents. NOTE: there were technical difficulties with the video recording so the video does not switch between interviewer and interviewee. Ticktective Video and Podcast Editor: Kiva Schweig.

The Complex Science and Politics of Chronic Diseases: Autoimmune, Tick-Borne, Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia and More

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Steven Phillips, MD

Steven Phillips, MD is a Yale-trained physician and co-author of the book, “Chronic: The Hidden Cause of the Autoimmune Pandemic”. He has treated over 20,000 patients from over 20 countries. Dr. Phillips is well-published in peer-reviewed medical literature such as the Lancet and has been featured in popular media such as the NY Times, the Huffington Post, Dr. Oz, Fox’s Lyme and Reason, CBS, Revolution Health Radio with Chris Kresser, Dr. Been, and The Doctors. Ticktective Video and Podcast Editor: Kiva Schweig.

Insights on Illness with Meghan O’ Rourke, Author of “The Invisible Kingdom: Reimagining Chronic Illness”

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Meghan O’ Rourke

Meghan O’ Rourke is the editor of the Yale Review as well as the author of articles in Scientific American, the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Wall Street Journal, Slate and many poetry publications. She is the author of several books including her newly released book,The Invisible Kingdom: Reimagining Chronic Illness. Meghan is the winner of many awards and prizes including the Guggenheim Award for General Nonfiction. Meghan has recently been featured on NPR’s Fresh Air, the Ezra Klein Show and Good Morning America. Ticktective Video and Podcast Editor: Kiva Schweig.

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A Broader Definition of Health through Ancestral Learning, Diet and Better Understanding of the Human Body

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Chris Kresser, M.S., L.Ac.

Chris Kresser, M.S., L.Ac., is a renowned expert, leading clinician, and top educator in the fields of functional medicine and ancestral health. He is the author of the New York Times bestselling book, “The Paleo Cure” as well as the book, “Unconventional Medicine“. Chris is the co-founder and Educational Director of the California Center for Functional Medicine and the founder of the The Kresser Institute. Ticktective Video and Podcast Editor: Kiva Schweig.

The Wearable Project: How Can Wearables Be Used in Diagnosing and Studying Lyme Disease?

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Dr. Snyder, Stanford professor and author of the book: "Genomics and Personalized Medicine: What Everyone Needs to Know".

Guest host, Wendy Adams, Bay Area Lyme grant director, interviews Dr. Michael Snyder, Stanford W. Ascherman Professor and Chair, Department of Genetics Director, Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine Stanford University. Dr. Snyder is a major participant in the ENCODE project, the public research project that aims to identify functional elements of the human genome. He authored the book: Genomics and Personalized Medicine: What Everyone Needs to Know. He is also a cofounder and a board member of several biotechnology companies. Ticktective Video and Podcast Editor: Kiva Schweig.

The Mysterious History of Tick-borne Diseases and How We Can Stem the Epidemic

Kris Newby, author of "Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons", senior producer of the Lyme disease documentary, "Under Our Skin"

Kris Newby, author of Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons, senior producer of the Lyme disease documentary, Under Our Skin, discusses her Lyme history, her extensive research into tick-borne diseases in the USA and where we find ourselves today in this new pandemic world. Ticktective Video and Podcast Editor: Kiva Schweig.

Strengthen Yourself Against Tick-borne Diseases, Covid19, and MSIDS

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Richard Horowitz, MD, Bay Area Lyme Advisory Board Member and Director of the Hudson Valley Healing Arts Center

Bay Area Lyme Foundation Advisory Board Member, Richard Horowitz, MD and author of “Why Can’t I Get Better?” speaks about his experience and novel research on Tick-borne Diseases, Fire/Smoke Exposure, Covid19, and Multiple Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome (MSIDS). Ticktective Video and Podcast Editor: Kiva Schweig.

Lyme Persistence and COVID “Long-Haulers”

Dana Parish, Bay Area Lyme Advisory Board Member (Co-author of "Chronic" and SonyATV singer/ songwriter)

Bay Area Lyme Foundation Advisory Board Member, “Chronic” co-author and SonyATV singer/songwriter, Dana Parish, shares her perspective on chronic diseases, autoimmunity, COVID-19, and speaking out in the face of adversity. “Chronic: The Hidden Cause of the Autoimmune Pandemic and How to Get Healthy Again” is available for purchase on Amazon here. Ticktective Video and Podcast Editor: Kiva Schweig.