In an effort to lessen the patient burden on emergency rooms, walk-in-clinics, and primary care providers, New Brunswick, Canada, pharmacists are able to assess and prescribe for 12 common ailments including Lyme disease prevention after a high-risk tick bite.
Non-LDA Press Releases
PRNewswire published 10.17.2023, “Lyme Disease Most Common in the Age Group 51-60 in the Period 2018-2022.” According to data analysis released by FAIR Health, more Lyme disease private insurance claim lines were filed for individuals in the 51-60 age group than any other age group between 2018 and 2022. Lyme disease claim lines were broken down by age groups and shown as percentages, 51-6 (23.5%), 41-50 (18.8%), 31-40 (14.1%), 19-30 (13.9%), 0-18 (11.3%) and over 70 (4.3%).
Mount Sinai website, 09.20.2023, published a press release “Mount Sinai Receives $6.2 Million Grant from the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation for the Clinical Care of Long Lyme Disease.” Mount […]
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced in a press release on 7.21.23 that they have awarded approximately $3.2 million dollars in funding for this first year of research focused […]
The Department of Defense Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP) wishes to notify the research community of recently released Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23) funding opportunities for the Department of Defense (DOD) […]
Positive Phase 2 clinical trial results for the Lyme disease vaccine candidate (VLA15) in the pediatric population have just been announced by Pfizer and Valneva. VLA15 is currently the only […]
On April 9, 2022, New York Governor, Kathy Hochul (D), granted New York licensed Nurse practitioners (NPs) the ability to practice independently when she signed the State budget into law. […]