A Young Woman Believes She Would've Died If She'd Continued Treatment for Supposed Lyme Disease from Chandler Clinicians
May 5 2011
The relationship between Alyssa Goodale and the women treating her for Lyme disease ended abruptly in February 2010.
It had not been inexpensive, costing Alyssa's parents more than $10,000 out of pocket over a four-month stretch on "energy machine" sessions and vitamin and nutritional supplements, not to mention a pile of prescription drugs that were supposed to help her heal.
But money and a quirky treatment protocol are not why, more than a year later, 19-year-old Alyssa remains embittered and a little confused.
"They would have killed me if I hadn't stopped going to them," she says in a matter-of-fact way that belies an anger that runs deep.
Read the rest of this long article at the Phoenix NewTimes.