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Stay up to date with the industry’s most trusted association publication. Members of LDo enjoy exclusive access to online issues of The Lyme Times, one of the most respected publications in the industry covering Lyme and other tick-borne diseases. This premier, quarterly magazine looks at issues that aim to educate and improve patients’ lives.

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The Lyme Times provides the best in features, news and commentaries, written by leading Lyme-literate physicians, world-renowned scientists and patient advocates. The journal explores a broad range of topics including treatment options, diagnostic testing, children and tick-borne diseases, disability coverage, insurance challenges and patient data analysis.

At our new members site you will find the current digital issue: “Fall 2016: Giving Lyme Voice; Why Media Matters”. You will also find prior issues of the Lyme Times, as well as new key resources. Here, we offer members a comprehensive database of resources covering insurance and disability, treatment guidelines, healthcare policy, and links to helpful organizations, support groups and publications.

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. We will keep you posted as we roll these out.

Because you were a member of LymeDisease.org before the Lyme Times went digital, we have increased your membership level and benefits up a level. Select the buttons below to explore our new LymeTimes Digital and Community Membership Site.

Today we publish our first all-digital issue. It’s main story, “Giving Lyme Voice: Why Media Matters” focuses on the recent Fox5NY media push and its impact on the community.

At our new members site you will find the current digital issue: “Fall 2016: Giving Lyme Voice; Why Media Matters”. You will also find prior issues of the Lyme Times, as well as new key resources. Here, we offer members a comprehensive database of resources covering insurance and disability, treatment guidelines, healthcare policy, and links to helpful organizations, support groups and publications.

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. We will keep you posted as we roll these out.

Because you were a member of LymeDisease.org before the Lyme Times went digital, we have increased your membership level and benefits up a level. Select the buttons below to explore our new LymeTimes Digital and Community Membership Site.

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Click on this image to read our October 2015 issue announcing the launch of MyLymeData, a project of LymeDisease.org

A quarter of a century ago, with a handful of volunteers, Phyllis Mervine launched the organization that is now known as LymeDisease.org. Our first issue of The Lyme Times was two legal-sized pieces of paper photocopied and stapled together. Since then, it has grown into a highly regarded quarterly journal, addressing concerns of patients, physicians, parents, educators and health care policy makers.

The Lyme Times provides information about a wide variety of subjects related to Lyme and other tick-borne diseases, with contributions from treating physicians, researchers, advocates and Lyme patients. It encompasses such topics as different treatment approaches, new developments in research, the politics of Lyme, how to navigate the insurance maze, how Lyme disease affects children and personal stories of people with Lyme disease.

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