Findings from this sample of patients showed that this group of patients reported more severe symptoms than the general population as well as reporting higher than other clinical sample groups including cancer patients and chronic pain patients, and for symptoms of fatigue, women reported higher than men.
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In this recent study by Burtis et al. published in the Journal of Medical Entomology, researchers assessed susceptibility of Ixodes scapularis ticks to Permethrin treatment on Shelter Island, NY where 4-poster devices have been implemented for deer topical treatment from 2008 to 2019. The 4 -poster method has effectively reduced questing tick densities, but authors […]
According to a Dartmouth-Hitchcock press release, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) was one of 18 sites that conducted patient trials with lenzilumab and found this drug to be a safe, well-tolerated, and highly effective treatment against COVID-19.
In this study, researchers found that multiplex COVID-19 Immunoblot (IB) assays offer many advantages for evaluating antibody responses to multiple SARS-CoV-2 proteins in a single sample in COVID-19 patients.
New study summarizes human surveillance data from 2011-2018 in the United States for Babesia infections reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS). Data shows an increasing trend of reported Babesia cases (14,159 total) during this time period, with white men in the middle and […]
New study shows that detection of Borrelia prophages, equated as “footprints” of Borrelia, can be used to identify the bacteria due to the close correlation between them and the exact prophages found in each Borrelia host.
Tick submissions needed! The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and A.T. Still University are partnering on a Missouri tick study. MDC and the University are asking for citizens of Missouri to collect, save, and mail ticks that they encounter to A.T. Still University to assist with this study.
A new center at Columbia University will open this summer to patients. The Cohen Center for Health & Recovery from Tick-Borne Diseases has been established through a $16M grant from the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation to Columbia. Brian Fallon, MD, will be Center Director, Shannon Delaney, MD, co-director. Patients at the Center will be […]
The Lyme Disease Association Inc. is working with US Biologic to promote Lyme Disease Awareness with Biologic’s new awareness brochure and new flyer. Anyone can download and print both for free. Working together we can help to stop this disease that is affecting 476,000 people annually in the U.S. Click on the Read More below to go to the links to download the information.