Bransfield to advise infectious diseases publication
Dr. Robert Bransfield, a former president of ILADS and an expert in how Lyme disease affects the brain, has been named an editorial board adviser to Contagion.
Contagion is a digital and print publication that provides healthcare practitioners and specialists working in the field of infectious diseases with disease-specific information.
The publication recently announced the addition of 30 editorial board members to work with its staff to deliver timely information about recent medical developments and research.
In making the announcement, Michael J. Hennessy Jr, president of Michael J. Hennessy Associates, parent company of Contagion said, “We are delighted to be joined by these leading experts who are continuously excelling in their field. Their individual and combined experiences will enable us to deliver unprecedented content to our readers.”
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- April 17, 2017 at 5:48 pm
Lyme is a dibilitating disease, that goes on un-detected in people for years, Miss diagnosed as other illnesses, and is very costly to treat. Insurance companies are fighting treatment for people so they don’t have to cover the high cost, I know, my son was deathly ill for over 10years with Lyme. His battle with insurance was as bad as his illness!! Something has to be done by our government!!! This was caused by chemical war fare off the coast of Ct., do your research on it!
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