Fighting Chronic Lyme Disease

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Are Lyme Disease Related Fatalities Really That Rare?

It is deeply disturbing how frequently the following statement continues to appear in media reports: “(Lyme disease) fatalities are rare.” Really? First of all, Lyme-related deaths are vastly underestimated. Hospitals at large don’t even use the proper labs yet to diagnose Lyme correctly. Sadly, most people who […]

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Every Serious Disease Deserves Equal Treatment

(Courtesy of Lyme Disease Posters)

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On Woman’s Legacy for Lyme Recognition

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Winery Owner Building Research Centre for Lyme Disease

[Reprinted from;  by Joanna Frketich Jul 05, 2013] The founder of an Ontario winery with area connections is working to create a research facility for Lyme disease with the hope it will one day test and treat patients. Rossana Di Zio Magnotta saw firsthand the lack […]

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Six-Year Old Fire Chief’s Daughter Dies From Tick Bite

June 13, 2013 ( Julie Ball: Child’s death linked to tick bite: Steve Jones, Black Mountain fire chief, talks about the death of Emilee Russell, the daughter of fire department battalion chief Charlie Russell. CLICK HERE to read full article

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"In the fullness of time, the mainstream handling of Chronic Lyme Disease will be viewed as one of the most shameful episodes in the history of medicine."
Kenneth B. Liegner, MD
Board Certified Internist + training in Pathology and Critical Care Medicine / NY