Interview of Lisa Bloomquist on The Infectious Myth


David Crowe, the host of the podcast and radio show, The Infectious Myth, interviewed me, Lisa Bloomquist, about fluoroquinolone toxicity.  The show first aired on January 13,  2015.  Here is a link to the show notes and media-player for the show –

Thank you very much for listening to the show!  Please share it with your friends too.  The more people talking about fluoroquinolone toxicity, the better!


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4 thoughts on “Interview of Lisa Bloomquist on The Infectious Myth

  1. Patty Alexander Sr. January 19, 2015 at 2:22 pm Reply

    Lisa, Thank you for posting your audio and sharing your story, as well as getting this information out there to the public. I cannot travel but I will back you up any way that I can.

    • Lisa Bloomquist January 19, 2015 at 4:44 pm Reply

      Thank you, Patty! I think that the main thing that you, and me, and everyone else in the Floxie community, can do is to share articles and posts and podcasts about FQ toxicity. The more screaming we do, the better.

  2. Marie - Sweden January 20, 2015 at 3:24 am Reply

    Thanks Lisa,

    Seven years ago a friend of mine spent some time in the hospital (for infection).
    Earlier on, I had discovered Stephen Frieds book – Bitter Pills – so I gave it to them.

    Some time ago, you wrote an article – Keep banging that drum – and it inspired me to write to them again to remind them of fluoroquinoilone toxicity. I included another ex. of the book.
    So far, no reaction.

    Now. I will send them a link to this podcast.


    • Lisa Bloomquist January 20, 2015 at 9:05 am Reply

      Thank you, Marie! I very much appreciate your efforts to spread the word in Sweden about how dangerous fluoroquinolones are!

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