Thursday, February 4, 2016

What do Zika, Ebola and Lyme have in common?

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What do Zika, Ebola and Lyme have in common?

Zika, Ebola and Lyme disease are emerging infectious diseases that have spread from animals to humans. 

What else do they have in common? And what public health tools used in Zika and Ebola could help prevent, detect, and treat Lyme?  

Hard-earned "Lyme education" shouldn't go to waste

She worked in the entertainment industry for 30 years. Then, misdiagnosed Lyme disease knocked her flat. Eventually, she found the treatment she needed and is now in remission. 

"I've learned a lot about what works for me through years of treatment. And I don't want all this 'education' to go to waste. That's why I've signed up for MyLymeData." READ MORE.

Have you signed up for MyLymeData? It promises to be the largest study of chronic Lyme patients EVER. You could help us find a cure for Lyme disease. Click here to learn more., publisher of The Lyme Times, is the Lyme community's leading source of news, information, and health policy analysis. 

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