MyLymeData2018: Seeking Cures Together
MyLymeData, a patient-powered research project, lets people with Lyme and other tick-borne diseases learn from each other about what treatments work best and helps drive medical research aimed at finding a cure. This second annual patient education conference will offer an update of survey results from the 10,000 current participants in MyLymeData. It will also include four educational presentations.
When: Saturday, April 7, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM PDT
Where: San Ramon Community Center,
12501 Alcosta Blvd., San Ramon, CA 94583
Cost: Pre-registration: $35 (online registration closes at midnight, April 4th);
Admission at the door: $40
Mary Beth Pfeiffer, nationally known investigative journalistMs. Pfeiffer will discuss her new book, “Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change.”
Lorraine Johnson, CEO of LymeDisease.org“Latest Results from MyLymeData”
Ray Stricker, MD“The Future of Lyme Diagnostics”
Jacob Leone ND“Lyme Pain and Herxheimer Reactions”
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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: “Co-Infections Special Issue”. 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. Still to come are additional resources, including a physician directory and a MyLymeData community center, where you can view and comment on important findings from our big data project, MyLymeData.
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