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"coquitlam canada" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease
"Hello and in this episode. You'RE GONNA learn three main things. How understanding the regulation of infection in the body is how HIV was brought under control? And how it will be how lyme disease is brought under control. The ways lime disease interventions would benefit from the same precision drug engineering as they do in cancer research and the drug research. Neil Specter's involved often that starts with identifying the drugs that have the best chance of physically interacting with lime bacteria. Thanks Roy and a big shoutout to all you longtime lime Ninjas. You're the reason we have way more than half a million downloads Aurora. And I really appreciate you tuning in and we'd like to welcome all the new listeners out but they're welcome to lime Ninja radio. You are now officially a lime Ninja and as you know. Lime disease is an international problem. Each week we have listeners. Join you from all over the world this past week. We've had listeners. Join from Calgary to Coquitlam Canada so like listeners. There's from Canada. Canada represent this this week. Okay welcome Canada. We're glad to have you tuning in all right. We're tells a little bit more about Dr. Neil Specter Dr Specter's undiagnosed lyme disease damaged his heart so badly that he had to get a heart transplant. Intravenous antibiotics. Antibiotics finally brought the lime disease under control and Dr Specter now brings his expertise in treating cancer to developing lime treatments. Thanks Roy and here's Dr Specter's presentation at the two thousand Nineteen Li- mine conference.
"coquitlam canada" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Picton was born on October twenty fourth nineteen forty nine to Leonard and Helen Louise Picton Willie was the middle of three children. Linda was the eldest his younger brother was named David really's entrance into this world was a difficult one when he was born his umbilical cord was wrapped firmly around his neck, Willy's, family later, wondered if this incident may have resulted in some sort of brain damage at the time, however Willie seem to develop relatively normally Willie and his family lived on a sprawling farm in Port Coquitlam Canada about an hour east of Vancouver. The property was a remote wooded area filled with streams, and plenty of wildlife in many ways. It was an idyllic place to grow up in other ways. It was a hard life for a little boy. Willie's earliest memory is of living in a converted chicken coop. One winter when he was about three he cry. Ride too much for his mother Louise to handle so she kept him in the coupe for the better part of a year until he had learned to stop crying at night. The only running water in this early home came in the form of a spring running under the floorboards young Willie would lift up a loose floorboard and scoop up spring water to drink the idea of toddler living in a chicken coop would horrify most parents, but it's hardly the most disturbing of Willie's early memories Picton later told police, he remembers receiving a severe beating at the age of three after accidentally crashing his father's truck Willie claims he was left alone in the driver's seat while his father tended to pigs in the back of the truck, he accidentally put the truck in gear and drove it into a wall. Most parents in that situation would blame themselves for leaving toddler behind the wheel of a running vehicle. But the Pickton's weren't your typical loving parents Willie's father Leonard was. Distant and lazy wanting little to do with the burden of raising children will his mother, who was sixteen years younger than Leonard was a more involved parent, but a highly eccentric one. Helen Louise Picton like her husband Leonard did not care all that much for standard. Hygiene practices almost all of Louise's teeth had long rotted out while the hair on her head was extremely thin, and wispy. She began growing hair on her chin that eventually developed into something resembling goatee Louise is remembered by neighbors for her screeching, high pitched voice usually heard around the farm shouting for her boys to come in from the Barnes. In fact, Louise's obnoxious voice was, sometimes the best way to tell Leonard apart from Louise. Both wore the same outfit of ratty old, t shirts and men's jeans, though, Louise, always wore a house dress over her jeans. Worst of all, was the pungent smell of manure that seemed to be permanently attached to the family, a smell that hit passersby in the back of the throat and seem to stain their clothing. Wherever the Pickton's went the. The foul stench always lingered behind them, much to the chagrin of the townspeople, while it's clear that the Picton family did not make personal hygiene, priority. This smell was more than just body odor. As it turns out Lewis had a rather relaxed attitude when it came to the animals, on the farm, meaning they were allowed to come and go through the house as they pleased. The house was constantly full of dogs, ducks chickens and pigs with the animals came mud and manure, both of which were dragged across the floors, and rarely cleaned up the children would get a bath about once a week if that, but the smell never entirely went away. It didn't help that Willie despise.