No!!! I didn't see that coming! Saved you from looking up their phone number. I guess we know the clinic is legit. Did he say anything about treating other kinds of bacterial infections? Tests seem to indicated that it is not Lyme, but I do seem to have a nasty infection. I can smell the ammonia and also something nasty that I am assuming, perhaps incorrectly, is sulphur. I see my doctor in a little over a week. We have ruled out all the usual viral suspects but haven't really looked at bacteria. I'm in Ontario and my doctor doesn't seem to be able to handle anything out of the ordinary. I need to be tested for as many bacterial strains as possible but I doubt it will be anything more than very basic stuff like candida and strep. Would the clinic in Reno do any sort of testing to see if they have a phage that can help? They must have some way of figuring out who to take on as patients and which phage to give you. I haven't looked into this much, but it is my understanding that there isn't a "broad-spectrum" type they can give you like an antibiotic. They need the name of the culprit in order to help you. This resistant starch is great info but I am getting rather confused and overwhelmed. I need to figure out a pre- and probiotic plan, but am really interested in this bacteriophage stuff. Somehow it just feels right -- gut feeling... I think it's time I get to bed. Sorry they don't have anything for the Lyme.