Scott Adams's Lyme_Rife Group

Scott Adams's Lyme_Rife Group

URL: Lyme_Rife YahooGroup


Scott Adams started the Lyme_Rife Yahoogroup on Feb. 18, 2009 as a replacement for the Lyme-and-Rife Yahoogroup which was closed in March 2009.

Popular YahooGroup for those suffering from Lyme disease and using Rife frequencies and other electronic technologies. It was setup as a continuation of the group originally setup by Bryan Rossner, that was closed down.

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Smartphone-FriendlyYes (responsive)
MaintainedCurrent and working (Best)
Secure WebsiteSecure, uses https automatically (Best)
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Rife Shop ReviewBryan Rosner started his Lyme-and-Rife Yahoogroup in April 2003 and it was an immediate success with a high number of posts, each month. Unlike the other Rife groups, Bryan has concentrated on the treatment of Lyme disease with Rife and other electrotherapy equipment. Bryan decided to close the group in February 2009 and the extensive files section was transferred to the dedicated Lyme section on the Rife Forum. Bryan's group was finally closed in March 2009 and is no longer accessible. Most members moved to the Rife Forum that has its own dedicated section to Lyme disease as well as the Lyme_Rife Yahoogroup started by Scott Adams on Feb. 18, 2009. The group is still active, today with 2203 members in April 2017.

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