In the early decades of Lyme disease up until the early 2000s, it was difficult for researchers who wanted to publish in peer review to be successful due to the controversy surrounding the disease and a climate to suppress important information on Lyme disease. The Journal of Spirochetal & Tick-borne Diseases, of the then LDF, published many articles germane to diagnosis, treatment, symptoms. The International Lyme & Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) is now able to feature those articles, which include early articles on neurologic Lyme and gastrointestinal manifestations, a subject difficult to find even now.
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