From Lymeinfo.net, -- ?On February 26, 2002, GlaxoSmithKline, the maker of the Lyme vaccine "LYMErix", pulled the vaccine off the market, blaming poor sales. However, many vaccine victims, Lyme patients and advocacy groups believe the reasons for its withdrawal are much more complicated. Research continues toward a new vaccine, and currently there is no vaccine available. While an effective method of prevention is important, given the concerns about the previous vaccine, LymeInfo urges caution in the event that a new vaccine becomes available." Sounds to me like the drug maker couldn't make any money off the vaccine because there was not market for it. However, it also sounds like some in the lyme community believe there is a vast conspiracy (think Hillary and the vast right wing conspiracy) that mysteriously saw to it that the vaccine was pulled from the shelves. Then, how about the stories regarding the inability of the vast the majority of medical professionals in this country to properly diagnose lyme, but a small subset of LLMD's with superior medical skills are the only docs that can properly diagnose lyme. Beware of conspiracy theories, overly aggressive treatment by LLMD's and THE ONLY lab in the world that has the proper blood test for detecting lyme.