The Lyme Times looks at “wicked Lyme disease”
The latest issue of The Lyme Times looks at Lyme disease in the national scientific agenda. Our cover story explores “the democratization of science,” including the AAAS’s recent national session on the “wicked problem” of Lyme disease.
Other topics in this issue include psychiatric symptoms of Lyme, the ILADS guidelines, a re-cap of our recent IDSA protest in San Diego, and much much more.
Special feature: An excerpt of the new book “When Your Child has Lyme Disease: A Parent’s Survival Guide.”
If you are a member of LymeDisease.org, this issue is on its way to your mailbox. Members can also read it right now on our website. If not, join today for immediate online access while you wait for your print issue to arrive.
- January 27, 2016 at 8:03 pm
My daughter has latent chronic neurological Lyme has to get treatment from a naturopath as Drs in BC Canada do not acknowledge it if it is not the one strain they test for in BC was diagnosed by blood tests western blot sent to the US treatments not yet working we used to be very patriotic but feel abandoned by Canada’s medical system it feels as though you need to go almost underground for treatment wich is not covered by our health care system
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