By Kathleen Spreen, DO. Published 2013 Compendium of Tick-Borne Disease: A Thousand Pearls, written by Kathleen Spreen, DO is now available for sale. It is 856 pages of practical advice and reasonable options. Topics include Challenge of TBIs, Ticks, Immunology, History of TBDs, Concept of Co-Infection, Babesiosis, Ehrlichiosis/ Anaplasmosis, Bartonellosis, Mycoplasma fermentans, Borreliosis, Controversies around […]
The Lyme Disease Association (LDA) provides this list of a few selected books that may be of interest to professionals, patients and the public. Topics range from books that provide information on Lyme disease symptoms and treatment, Lyme books for and about children, a text on tick-borne diseases, a history of Lyme and advocacy until 2004, property protection, and experiences of well known individuals with Lyme disease.
Disclaimer: There are many more published books about Lyme which you can find in other places on the net. Inclusion on the LDA list should not be viewed as an endorsement, and the views of the authors may not be necessarily those of the LDA. Please do not send us books to review for the list as we do not have the staff to review material. Thanks.
Author Kenneth Liegner, MD By Kenneth Liegner, MD. Published October 2015 Review on Amazon.com written by Pat Smith: In the Crucible of Chronic Lyme Disease is a serious book, written by a serious physician about a serious disease. The book is not for casual reading but is an excellent resource for physicians, advocates, patients, and […]
In one of the chapters of her book, The Opposite of Fate, Amy Tan chronicles her battle with neurologic Lyme disease, which even top doctors in their fields could not properly diagnose. For more information on her journey with Lyme disease, go to https://www.amytan.net/lyme-disease.html Amy Tan has touched millions of readers with haunting and sympathetic novels […]
Does your child have Lyme disease? Does he or she feel alone and not know what to expect from family and friends? In line with the Lyme Disease Association’s long tradition of helping children, it has published a book for children 8-12 who have Lyme disease. Entitled Lyme Disease Is No Fun: Let’s Get Well!, […]
By Marcus A. Cohen, Published 2004LDA announces free Ebook download. Don’t understand the Lyme issues and need a place to start? Lyme Disease Update: Science, Policy, & Law, published in 2004 by the Lyme Disease Association Inc. (LDA), is a resource book which summarizes the contentious issues in the prior decades of Lyme including some […]
When Your Child Has Lyme Disease – A Parent’s Survival Guide by Sandra K. Berenbaum, LCSW, BCD, and Dorothy Kupcha Leland
Lyme disease can cause puzzling symptoms in children, including pain, fatigue, gastrointestinal upsets, learning disabilities, behavioral issues and psychiatric problems. The illness can be hard to diagnose, however, and Lyme-related controversies in the medical world complicate the picture. Parents seeking help for their suffering children often don’t know where to turn. When Your Child Has […]
By Richard I. Horowitz, MD. Published February 14, 2017Richard Horowitz, MD, whose first book reached New York Times #1 Bestseller in Science, just released his second book, How Can I Get Better? An Action Plan for Treating Resistant Lyme and Chronic Disease through St. Martin’s Press, February 2017. Are you sick, but can’t find any […]
By Richard I. Horowitz, MD. Published November 12, 2013From one of the country’s foremost doctors comes a ground-breaking book about diagnosing, treating and healing Lyme, and peeling away the layers that lead to chronic disease. Why Can’t I Get Better? Solving the Mystery of Lyme & Chronic Disease, which reached New York Times #1 Bestseller […]
A groundbreaking and controversial narrative investigation into the science, history, medical politics, and patient experience of Lyme disease told by a science journalist whose entire family contracted the disease. Pamela Weintraub paints a nuanced picture of the intense controversy and crippling uncertainty surrounding Lyme disease and sheds light on one of the angriest medical disputes […]