Fall 2017 issue of the Lyme Times
The latest issue of the Lyme Times is now available.
In our cover story, our CEO Lorraine Johnson discusses how the CDC’s reported numbers of Lyme cases don’t match figures that come from other sources. Canine cases, physician referrals, and the MyLymeData registry all paint a very different picture.
David Michael Conner writes about “What the media don’t tell you about Lyme disease (but should).”
And Lonnie Marcum summarizes Dr. Raj Patel’s presentation about dealing with Lyme disease and mold illness at the same time.
Other stories in this issue include:
- You Are Not Alone Anymore: Jesse Ruben’s Battle with Lyme Disease
- 5300-Year-Old “Iceman” Is First Recorded Case of Lyme Disease
- Why are Physically Sick Children Labeled as Mentally Ill?
- A Teenager’s Story: Born with Lyme Disease, Finally on Road to Recovery.
- Update on New York State Senate’s Recent Lyme Disease Hearing
And much more.
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