Alana’s Lyme Journey – Part 10 – Support Group Meeting

Note: these are only excerpts of Alana’s Lyme journal, which may have come out much earlier, and not based on current experiences.

On the next meeting – Dr. Lee Cowden

Next month, the North Texas Lyme Support Group is having Dr. Lee Cowden speak during their group meeting. He is going to speak on “Hope for Lyme Sufferers Using Integrative Medicine.” If you’re interested in attending the meeting, be sure to register ahead of time as they will have very limited seating for this event.

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Who is Dr. Lee Cowden?

William Lee Cowden, MD-MD(H) is an American board-certified cardiologist and internal medicine specialist who is known in the field of integrative medicine.

He has been practicing private medicine on cardiology, internal medicine and integrative medicine since 1987. Dr. Cowden has held his practice in three states so far: Missouri (St. Louis), Texas (Dallas/Fort Worth) and Arizona (Phoenix).

Dr. Cowden has launched successful treatments for a variety of illnesses and conditions, including cancer, fibromyalgia, autism, chronic fatigue, Parkinson’s disease and of course Lyme disease. He also pioneered breakthrough techniques including the Laser Energetic Detox.

Dr. Cowden graduated from the University of Texas Medical School in Houston, Texas. He had undergone internships at Internal Medicine Residency in St. Louis Hospital in Missouri, and Cardiology & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, at St. John’s Mercy Medical Center and St. Louis University Hospital also in Missouri.

the-cowden-protocolThe Cowden Protocol

Dr. Cowden introduced the Cowden Protocol (or the Cowden Support Program) to help Lyme disease sufferers. It is said to be effective in treating the root cause of Lyme disease as well as the so-called chronic Lyme disease (which is actually the PTLDS – the post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome).

In this program, a Lyme patient takes fourteen Nutramedix products and supplements, which greatly help in lowering the inflammation of microbial infection. Such products include a variety of Microbial Defense medicines (Noni, Mora, Lakato, Enula, Cumanda, Barberry and Banderol). It is reported that more than 70% percent of advanced Lyme sufferers have improved their health from undergoing in this protocol.

The Cowden Protocol is not light on the budget. But it may be the last resort to Lyme patients who have difficulty in overcoming the effects of the disease, and even to patients who don’t respond that well any longer to antibiotic treatments. There are patients who are even able to relate their Cowden Protocol success stories on the Internet.