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From LDA President Pat Smith’s Blog: The time has come when the public is entitled to know who in government or elsewhere is controlling the treatment of Lyme disease. 43 years into the disease, patients who can range from just infected to seriously debilitated with long-standing disease, are all thrown the same tired old bone, 3 weeks of doxycycline.
Published on May 24, 2017 by ConagionLive (5th of 9 segments) Patricia Smith, President of the Lyme Disease Association, Inc, shares thoughts on the difficulties many patients face in accessing […]
*Logo used by permissionLDA President Pat Smith is featured on Contagion®Live, Infectious Diseases Today in an article entitled “Is the Medical Community Behind the Times When It Comes to Treating […]
Published on May 18, 2017 by ContagionLive (2nd of 9 segments) Patricia Smith, President of the Lyme disease Association, discusses the difficulty of diagnosing and treating Lyme disease. Link to […]
From LDA President Pat Smith’s Blog: The Lyme Disease Association (LDA) is a national non-profit dedicated to funding research, education, prevention and patient support. We are not physicians or researchers, although we do have both on the LDA’s Scientific & Professional Advisory Board to answer our questions when necessary. Although we do not answer specific questions about Lyme disease treatment, our programs often provide information on that topic, and we provide funding for patients and researchers related to that topic.
A number of animal studies have shown that the Lyme spirochete has survived antibiotic Lyme treatment. A brief review of these studies can be found in the House Foreign Relations […]
The new findings in this just published article were presented at the LDA/Columbia conference on Oct. 16, 2016 by Dr. Ying Zhang, Johns Hopkins. Ying Zhang, MD, PhD, Johns […]