NEWS: Horowitz talks Lyme with Katie Couric Oct 9; he'll be at San Diego Lymewalk Oct. 19
Lyme-literate MD Richard Horowitz and Lyme survivor Kelly Downing will be featured on Katie Couric Oct. 9. Dr. Horowitz will also be a speaker at the San Diego Lymewalk and Rally ten days later.
Dr. Richard Horowitz, one of the nation’s top Lyme-treating specialists, will appear on the Katie Couric show Wednesday, Oct. 9.
Horowitz, of Hyde Park, New York, has treated more than 12,000 chronic Lyme patients. He is the author of the new book, Why Can’t I Get Better: Solving the Mystery of Lyme and Chronic Disease. He is joined on the show by Lyme survivor Kelly Downing.
Actor Daniel Radcliffe is on the same show, but he will NOT be discussing Lyme disease. (The promos from the Katie Couric show make that a bit confusing.) Click here to see promotional clips for the program.
Ten days later, Dr. Horowitz will speak at the San Diego Lymewalk and Rally, which takes place at a park next door to the annual ILADS medical conference. He’ll be bringing advance copies of his book (not available elsewhere until November) and you’ll have an opportunity to purchase a signed copy.
Click here for more information about the San Diego Lymewalk.
- October 9, 2013 at 3:33 pm
Hello, I have chronic lyme disease. I was diagnosed years ago. That dr has since retired and I CANNOT find a doctor that really knows a thing about lyme. Its either that or they are running a huge scam that desperate people who are sick a looking for help need. They won’t give you a diagnosis but they will tell you that you totally need tons of remedy type things that you can purchase at the front desk. I’ve come to accept that I will die with my chronic lyme because no one really cares enough to help. It’s so sad. Tami
- October 9, 2013 at 4:27 pm
I have the same problem, no help
- October 20, 2013 at 11:50 am
I have Borellial dermatitis. My present Dr. said she will treat the symptoms, but not the spirochetes as there is no protocol.
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