Jenna Luche-Thayer Interview

Jenna Luche-Thayer Interview

July 15th at 1:00 PM EST – LIVE interview with $lyme author, Jenna Luche-Thayer

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$Lyme: How Medical Codes Mortally Wound Corruption and Scientific Fraud

Jenna Luché-Thayer is the Founder & Director (volunteer) of this 2018 registered non-profit. She is political analyst, strategist and advocate working across the globe to help institutions remedy entrenched practices of discrimination that interfere with their higher purpose.

Luché-Thayer has 33 years of policy and grassroots experience in 42 countries and works across the globe to help institutions remedy entrenched practices of discrimination that interfere with their higher purpose. She is a former Senior Advisor to the US Government and the United Nations. Her expertise includes government transparency, accountability, human rights and political representation of marginalized groups. She has successfully led many multicultural and multi-disciplinary teams in efforts from the grassroots to the policy level.

Luché-Thayer defined domestic violence as human rights abuse and initiated global human rights reporting on domestic violence, human trafficking and gender-based violence. She is currently documenting, analyzing and putting into UN record the human rights violations against persons suffering from Lyme and relapsing fever borreliosis and their human rights defenders.

Luché-Thayer has worked with governments, the United Nations, nonprofits, corporate world and has over 75 publications. Her awards include: International Woman’s Day Award for Exemplary Dedication and Contributions to Improving the Political and Legal Status of Women (US government), Highest Ranking Technical Area in Accomplishment, Innovation and Comparative Advantage for United Nations Capital Development Fund, the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society Power of Lyme Award 2018.

4 thoughts on “Jenna Luche-Thayer Interview”

  1. Hi Jeremy have you seen the article and comments on “Avoid long term antibotics for chronic lyme”? It’s really scaring the daylights out of me and I was diagnosed with severe anxiety several years ago they don’t have a name for what I have now after suffering all those years (extremely severe?? haha)

  2. Yes I know cause they’ve tried to eat me alive on the comments I’ve made. Apparently, the evidence that has helped me crawl somewhat out of my bodily torture chamber is “not good enough” and literally humorous to many. Because evidence based medicine is apparently about me not getting appropriate skin testing and diagnosed with severe forms of unknown etiology things with medicines that don’t work so my torture chamber carried on for almost 10 years. Have you tried to send them any evidence or comment on the progress you have made by taking long term antibiotics? I’m not a fan of them and it makes me feel like shit but better than a literal human torture chamber if you know what I mean!

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