Dr. Alan MacDonald is an Ivy League educated Medical Doctor who worked as a hospital pathologist in the eastern Long Island, New York area at the outset of the modern Lyme disease pandemic. He and his pioneering work were first featured on episode 171 of the Tick Boot Camp Podcast.
In this comprehensive interview, Dr. MacDonald discusses his groundbreaking and yet to be published research findings on topics such as the Lyme disease connection to suicide, brain cancer, Leukemia, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease, in addition to how acute Lyme disease disrupts liver function and why and how Lyme disease testing is flawed.
If you would like to learn more about how the new research of Dr. Alan MacDonald is providing definitive answers to the Lyme disease questions that have plagued patients for the past four decades, then tune in now!
PS you can also view an exclusive Tick Boot Camp presentation created by Dr. MacDonald with photos of Lyme under a microscope and descriptions highlighting the various topics discussed in this interview!
PPS if you’d like to help fund Dr. MacDonald publish his work in medical journals so his discoveries can be utilized by practitioners across the world, then check out his GoFundMe page.