Letter to Phil Blake, CEO of Bayer

Phil Blake

The picture above was posted by Jeff of www.ciproispoison.com on some of the Fluoroquinolone Toxicity facebook groups.  It got me thinking, if I got on the phone with Phil Blake, CEO of Bayer, what would I say?  I know that I wouldn’t say the “right” things and that I would kick myself for everything that I did say, so I thought that I’d write him a letter.  I didn’t want the letter to be too angry, crazy or irrational so I wrote a letter that tried to appeal to his humanity.  I wrote another letter in which I tried to shame him into using the massive resources that Bayer has to fix the problems that they created.  Neither of the letters really worked.  I didn’t like them.  They just didn’t seem appropriate.  They either erred on the side of being too angry or too nice.  They’re sitting on my computer, not on this blog, because I didn’t want to share them.

The thought entered my mind today that what I want to say to Mr. Blake is pretty simple.  Here it is:

Dear Mr. Blake,

When the people of the world discover that your drugs, Cipro and Avelox, have permanently and irreversibly altered their DNA (or possibly just their mitochondrial DNA, but does it really make a difference?), that a sick and cruel experiment involving genetically modifying humans for corporate profit has been conducted, you, your board, your top executives and your top scientists will be tried for crimes against humanity.  You will be found guilty, because you are.  I can only hope that both you and I live long enough to see the day that you are sent to prison for your crimes.


Lisa Bloomquist

One long sentence and two short ones.  Is it angry, bitter, delusional, crazy, ill-advised (from a legal standpoint), etc.?  Yeah, it’s probably all of those things.  Oh well.  It’s better than the sugar coated ones.

It’s not exactly hopeful, and I apologize for that.

I hope that I am delusional and just simply wrong.  After all, I’m not a scientist.  Lisa being wrong would be best for the world.  You should probably believe that I’m wrong.  In case you want to consider the possibility of me being right, here are the articles that I’m basing this post on:





More can be found on https://floxiehope.com/links-resources/ and, of course, the rest of the internet (or the library).

Back to the hope thing, I am fine.  Other people have healed too.  Most people get better with time, not worse.  The body has amazing healing capabilities.  You are not screwed.  You are not doomed.  You will be okay.

Mr. Blake, on the other hand, is screwed if people start paying attention.  I can only hope – and write.


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5 thoughts on “Letter to Phil Blake, CEO of Bayer

  1. Mike Gilinger December 1, 2017 at 8:06 pm Reply

    I Just Came Upon your letter to mr. Blake after Googling him looking for some one responsible 4 this abomination.
    15 years ago when I was 25 years old I was aggressively treated with a 30-day cycle of Cipro 4 a prostatitis. Within a few months I had neuropathies in both of my arms which were misdiagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome and then later on with thoracic outlet syndrome. In addition to this disability I had learned to live with as hard as it is, I have acquired tendon issues and general aches and pains of my connective tissue over the years. I did not make the connection that I was floxed until six months ago to my horror when I came across a woman’s story on Facebook and saw myself in the mirror.
    I am a filmmaker and had started my own production company and was ready to release a film which I had spent 2 years making when about 5 months ago I started experiencing relentless muscle spasms in various parts of my body which still persist till today along with fatigue anxiety ringing in my ears ect… and rapid weight loss of 30 lbs over the last 4 months.
    After a gauntlet of tests from neurologists and other doctors I have been diagnosed with a malignant tumor of the adrenal gland.
    This kind of cancer is extremely rare about one in a million. However this type of tumor is common in a handful of diseases caused by genetic mutation. I also am experiencing abnormal skin growth which are a sign of these genetic disorders. And to my horror my 8 year old daughter has lately been showing obvious signs of adrenal tumors. Her mother and I are separated and I am trying to warn her but she refuses to even consider that this could be happening to our daughter as well. And of course I am being discredited in my attempts 2 shine light on this unfathomable situation because absolutely nobody family or doctors will believe that I have been poisoned from Cipro.
    I have done extensive research on the effects of fluoroquinolones over the past 5 months and I am convinced 100% that my cancer that I am dying from was caused bye genetic mutation from Cipro and that these mutations have been inherited by my child. The ramifications of this are abominable. This poison is destroying us as a species.
    I must soon decide weather to fight this extremely fatal adrenal cancer or to just simply let the cancer kill me.
    I know in my gut that I have no chance of fighting this cancer with destructive poisonous Cancer drugs and surgery when I know how altered and weakened my capacity would be to heal in my floxed state.
    And the thought of my little girl having to deal with genetic cancer disease is just unbearable on top of dealing with my own demise.
    I’m writing to you because I just feel that someone has to know what these drugs are capable of.

    • L January 5, 2018 at 2:38 pm Reply

      Oh mike I am so sorry. And I share your anger (nowhere near a sufficient word). While I have had my share of lingering issues from the cipro it is pretty miraculous I am even still alive today. I was the walking (shuffling-with help) dead. What kept me alive was an Nd who believed me, had seen other floxie sand started me on nutrient ivs.

      Like you I would NEVER consider chemo. We already have had that. When I was getting ivs a good half Of the patients there had various kinds of cancers. Some were trying to fix chemo damage and others were going all natural and successfully. Ivs like high dose c, ozone treatments, hyperbaric. It gets expensive but then there is no alternative. I hope you will investigate those. And if you want to say what area of the country you are in(or if you are outside the us) perhaps someone has a good Nd or integrative doc that uses iv therapy that they can refer you to

  2. L January 5, 2018 at 2:27 pm Reply

    Please tell me you DID send it. I have recently mailed my latest letters. I think there are close to 50 by now. The last ones went to obama and Clinton — for their “pay for play” parts that helped get the former fda commissioner ensconsed who is now charged in the levaquin case on racketeering.

    I had high hopes about a rerun to Best normalcy albeit with numb toes, worst vision, pn, pelvic issues, phantom scents and tinnitus. But of late the breathing issues have returned. They prevent me from sleeping, exercising, just living my life. So far nothing found heart or lung wise so I suspect it is the cipro rearing it’s grotesque head again. Maybe the mitochondrial dna damage. And I’m pissed. And I will kept writing letters until someone pays attention. I hope others do the same. Silence is not an option.

  3. Bj March 27, 2019 at 4:51 am Reply


  4. L March 27, 2019 at 9:01 am Reply

    I did write him months ago. As I recalll it was rather lengthy and angry. Love yours. To the point. Please tell me you actually sent it.

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