NEWS: Still time to take "Impact and cost of Lyme" survey
We’ve gotten such a good response from the Lyme community that we’re holding the survey open a little bit longer. If you are an adult in the US with Lyme disease and haven’t take the survey yet, please do so now.
Our thanks to those who have already responded to the LDo survey. If you haven’t, we encourage you to do so as soon as possible.
We hope you’ll take the time to complete it fully. Some of the questions come from government surveys that are used to determine the impact of different illnesses on the patients affected. These comparisons are very useful to understand how Lyme disease is similar or different from other diseases.
This survey addresses many issues which are unknown in the Lyme community. For example, how many patients with chronic Lyme disease have co-infections? How many have adverse reactions to antibiotics? How many patients are currently on oral antibiotics? How many on IV antibiotics? Answers to questions like these are central to understanding what is needed to improve the quality of life for Lyme patients throughout the nation.
To take the survey, click here.
(Note: the system only allows one survey per computer. If you have multiple family members with Lyme, they will need access to additional computers to take the survey.)
- August 7, 2017 at 4:24 pm
I did the cost survey. I have no treatment for my Lyme, etc. since the initial treatment of doxy X 30 days that I was given after being very ill back in 1989. I am now living on SS disability with Medicare as my only health insurance. How can I find a LLMD that I can afford?
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