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Summer 2017

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A Deep Dive into Learning about Psychiatric Lyme

Lyme and tick-borne disease can mimic any psychiatric illness, so physicians need to be aware of this possibility

By Dr. Jane Marke

“It’s A Scandal” – Daryl Hall on Doctors Denying Chronic Lyme

Conversation with Daryl and with Dr. Richard Horowitz

By Dana Parish

Lyme Disease: The Year in Review

A short list of good and bad research from the past year.

By Raphael Stricker, MD

Babesia in the U.S. Blood Supply

The CDC has known for years that relatively healthy individuals infected with Babesia can unknowingly donate contaminated blood.

By Lonnie Marcum

Book Excerpt: “The Impact of Lyme Disease on Your Brain and How to Reclaim Your Smarts”

Chapter 3: What actually causes Lyme brain?

By Nicola McFadzean
Ducharme, ND

The Stages of Grief in Lyme Disease

A guide to the emotions and feelings that many people with Lyme disease will go through

By Lydia Niederwerfer

The Vexations of Lyme, Mold, and Doctor Appointments

Mold can severely impact your body, and coping with it can be a full-time job

By Rachel Leland

Does Questioning the Government’s Role in Lyme Disease Make You A Conspiracy Theorist?

Patients with Lyme disease and other tick-borne coinfections need answers to these questions

By Lorraine Johnson, JD, MBA

21st Century Cures Bill Includes Lyme Disease Language

A first step toward empowerment of patients in decisions that affect their own lives

By Phyllis Mervine

Eight Things You Can Do for Lyme Awareness Month

We hope this list will spark you to action and raise awareness

By Staff Writer

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