Putting Lyme Behind You: Basic Lyme for Patients, Family and Friends
Lyme Disease and MSIDS: Diagnosis and Treatment Protocols for the Chronically Ill Patient
Review of Lyme disease Diagnosis and Treatment
Using Integrative Medicine to Heal from Lyme Disease
Some states allow continued coverage for disabled dependents beyond age 26
By Henry Robinson
Pioneer, game changer, brilliant scientist and humanitarian.
By Phyllis Mervine. EdM
Patient care problems today can be traced back decades to vaccine developers and Dearborn’s definition of the disease.
By Harold Smith, MD
Recent LDo advocacy efforts hold promise of change in healthcare policy.
By Lorraine Johnson, JD, MBA
LLMD Kenneth Liegner recounts the ignorance and medical discrimination that ended his patient’s life.
By Pamela Cocks, MPH, MLS
Understanding the complexities of Borrelia spirochete explains why “experts” got the disease so wrong for so long.
By Thomas Grier
ILADS and IDSA guidelines reflect deeply divided opinions about treatment approaches, clinical judgment and patient preferences.
Contentious disagreement continues over conflicting guidelines, the existence of chronic infection, and the benefit of extended treatment.
A new process for developing treatment guidelines heralds a new direction in patient care.
By Elizabeth Maloney, MD
Without reliable lab tests, clinical symptoms remain the most relevant indicators of Lyme.
By Lyme Times Staff
Two decades later, establishment-approved diagnostic tests are as inadequate as ever.
By Nick S. Harris, PhD, ABMLI
The sequence of diagnostic testing endorsed by the CDC is no better than a coin toss.
Tissue biopsies confirm Bb bacteria survive in humans despite treatment.
Observational studies contribute to our knowledge of effective treatment options.
Successful outcomes call for understanding the underlying reasons why patients remain sick.
By Richard Horowitz, MD
Stealth pathogens confuse the immune system and complicate diagnosis and treatment.
By Christine Green, MD
Extended antimicrobial therapy is a low-risk option for chronic cases.
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