Much TO DO: About Lyme
A benefit with proceeds going to the Lyme Disease Association
A Night of Knowledge & Entertainment for a Cure
Speakers: Brian Fallon, MD Columbia University; Pat Smith, President, Lyme Disease Association; Harold Smith, MD, ILADS; Joseph Kemp, Lyme teen; Irene McGee, MTV Real World Cast.
West Reading Pennsylvania December 10, 2004
Emerging Infectious Diseases in the Central States 4th annual conference
Sponsored by the Cape Girardeau County Area Medical Society & The Lyme Association of Greater Kansas City (an affiliate of the Lyme Disease Association) November 19, 2004, Kansas City, MO. 6.25 CME’s will be awarded. Click here for registration & details.
Lyme Disease Association and the Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons announce the agenda of their joint conference Friday, October 22 at the Rye Town Hilton, Rye Brook, NY. Registration/breakfast is at 7:30am. Conference opens at 8 with morning facilitator, Dr. Brian Fallon, Columbia University, introducing the Keynote speaker, Dr Claire Fraser, President, The Institute of Genomic Research (TIGR), discussing genomics.
This video is an effective tool to help recognize Lyme and other tick-borne diseases that are prevalent in your community. Learn from a nationally recognized group of experts about the difficulty in diagnosing Lyme disease. Introductory remarks by Amy Tan author of the Joy Luck Club and CT Attorney General Richard Blumenthal.
Wednesday, September 15, 2004
Patricia (Pat) Smith, President of the national Lyme Disease Association will discuss state and national issues concerning Lyme patients and their doctors. Discussion starts at 8:00 PM. The regular support group meeting starts at 7:00 PM. Regular meetings are held at the Kennett Friends Meetinghouse on North Union Street (Route 82) in Kennett Square, PA at 7:00 PM on the third Wednesday of every month.
For more information including directions to the meeting, check out our website: LDA of Southeastern PA Home Page http://www.lymepa.org/index.html
September 2, 2004 ─ Pennsylvanian Kevin Magda wants to make a difference in Lyme disease education, in how Lyme disease victims are viewed, and about how the disease is diagnosed and treated. To that end, he has organized a charity golf outing at the Walnut Lane Golf Club in Philadelphia, October 2, 2004. Proceeds of the outing will benefit the Lyme Disease Association, a national non-profit funding research that is looking for a cure. Said Kevin “Lyme disease is a devastating illness that can steal your life away unless it is diagnosed and treated early and appropriately. 10-15% of cases develop into chronic Lyme, affecting many major systems in the body, especially the nervous system, including the brain.” Click here for details
Patricia (Pat) Smith, President of the national Lyme Disease Association will discuss state and national issues concerning Lyme patients and their doctors. Discussion starts at 8:00 PM. The regular support group meeting starts at 7:00 PM. Regular meetings are held at the Kennett Friends Meetinghouse on North Union Street (Route 82) in Kennett Square, PA at 7:00 PM on the third Wednesday of every month. For more information including directions to the meeting, check out our website: LDA of Southeastern PA Home Page
Turn the Corner Foundation At the Net tennis event and tournament is planned for Saturday, September 18th at the National Tennis Center (rain date Sunday, September 19th). To benefit Lyme disease. click here for details http://www.turnthecorner.org/
The Newtown Rotary Club Invites You To Attend Lecture On Lyme Disease – Monday May 3, 2004.
Lyme Disease Presentation: Teenagers and Lyme, Featuring Joseph Kamp, high school students with Lyme Disease – April 21, 2004.
The Connecticut Department of Public Health and the Connecticut Attorney General’s Office will hold a hearing regarding Lyme disease.
Former Lyme disease sufferer will climb to the 22,840-foot summit of Aconcagua in Argentina on January 15 to raise funds.
LymeAid4Kids Fund with Support of NY Times Bestselling Author Amy Tan.
Lyme Disease Association/ Columbia University Lyme Disease Conference, Friday, November 14, Philadelphia. Physicians and the Public may attend. Speaker List.