This page contains articles the LDA wrote/compiled at the time on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health and Human Rights, 2012 Lyme Disease Hearing. Very […]
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From LDA President Pat Smith’s Blog: The Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, & Human Rights held a hearing 2pm, on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 in 2172 Rayburn HOB in Washington, DC, Global Challenges in Diagnosing and Managing Lyme Disease – Closing Knowledge Gaps. US Rep. Christopher H. Smith (NJ) chaired the hearing. The hearing was webcast and available live via the Committee website.
Results of a new longitudinal, prospective study by Dr. John Aucott, et al. shows that participants with prior Lyme disease(LD) that was diagnosed and treated early were more likely to […]
LDA President’s Blog – Why Patients Need Government Investigation into Lyme’s Origins & Any Biowarfare Experiments
From LDA President Pat Smith’s Blog: HISTORY-Forty-six years after a mother alerted public health about an unknown disease affecting her Connecticut neighborhood, patients still await answers about Lyme disease and help from the federal government− little has been forthcoming. It’s been 37 years since I first saw Lyme as a board of education member and 29 years since I first contacted…
Top Lyme disease researchers from across the United States have collaborated on a new publication, Recent Progress in Lyme Disease and Remaining Challenges. In this review article, researchers summarize the […]
In a recent article published in Translational Vision Science and Technology, researchers found that contrast sensitivity impairment was associated with patients suffering from chronic lyme. According to the Online Medical […]