I just wanted to share my experience with FFC. My twin sis began going to FFC in Jan of 06 and was diagnosed with lyme among other issues. She was given a quest western blot which showed lyme activity and then FFC followed up with an ignenix test which is the most reliable. I began in May 06 and was given a quest western blot lyme test which is notorious for false negatives. I was told I did not have lyme disease based on that test. Initially the FFC treatment for my other issues made a great deal of difference in how I felt. The IV's and supplements worked real well for me and for a while, I felt quite a bit better. Then I had a crash or two. In the meantime, my sis found out quite a bit about lyme disease and inadequate lyme testing. So I asked for an igenix test at FFC, but they refused after looking again at my quest results. Later after another crash I requested another igneix test, they said I didnt' need oneI didnt' have lyme. Apparantly the Detroit FFC protocol is to give the quest lyme test and only give an igenix test if something shows up on the quest. This is really backward thinking because the quest are only about 30 to 40% reliable. Why bother with the quest test at all? In the meantime my twin sis quit FFC after it became apparant that my sis knew more about Lyme disease than the FFC doctor. Last month I went to my sis' new doctor and got my ignenix test, and sure enough, it is positive. No surprise to me, since I have so many symptoms. So I am quitting FFC to be treated by my sis's doctor. He's a great doctor and he takes my insurance. I have to say that except for this issue I was happy with the Detroit FFC. The staff there were great and made me feel like family. The doctor was very caring, just stubborn and doesnt' understand the whole lyme thing. So my advice to anyone currently or planning to see and FFC doctor, insist on an ingenix lyme test, not the quest western blot. Don't spend thousands of dollars on treatment for 10 months only to find out later that you arent' treating the correct problems. Love to all!