MyLymeData Viz – Featured Blog
New blog helps visualize information from MyLymeData
Over 12,000 patients have enrolled in MyLymeData, pooling their health history, symptoms, and treatments so we can all learn from their experiences. To share these results as they become available, we have started a new blog called “MyLymeData Viz.”
We aim to help you visualize the information from MyLymeData in a way that makes it more useful to you and your doctors.
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Don’t miss the latest issue of the Digital Lyme Times!
Today at our members’ site you will find the current digital issue: “Lyme Times Fall 2020 Issue” — featuring articles honoring Dr. Neil Spector, a Lyme patient, an oncologist, and world-class medical researcher who changed the Lyme world. He was also a poet, a voice of kindness and empathy, and a riveting public speaker.
We were collectively saddened to hear of his death on June 14 and this issue of The Lyme Times is dedicated to Dr. Spector, a remarkable person who marshaled his considerable expertise from the world of cancer treatment and sought to apply it to the treatment of tick-borne disease. At the time of his death, Spector and his team at North Carolina’s Duke University were deep into cutting-edge research.
You will also find prior issues of the Lyme Times, as well as new key resources. If your current membership level includes videos, you can now access those videos online. Resources include a physician directory to help you find a Lyme-literate physician in your area.
Please use the buttons below to explore the members’ site and all of the LymeTimes issues.
Member Benefits Include
- Dr. Neil Spector: A Legacy Remembered
- Neil Spector, MD: Parallels Between Cancer & Tick-borne Disease Research
- Lyme Disease Symptoms Could be Mistaken for COVID-19
- Treating Psychiatric Lyme Symptoms with Disulfiram