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Month: March 2016

Not Lyme All The Time

Not Lyme All The Time

It has been awhile since my last blathering.   I have had a few potential postings simmering on the back burner, waiting for me to get the inspiration and oomph to finish.   All in due time I suppose. Today, I feel like rambling about something other than the day to day realities of life.   Which these days can be a real snooze fest, literally.   Lyme and “friends” tend to rule the roost for me, but on a rare and…

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Finding My Way Through The Colors of Lyme – Part 2 – My Story

Finding My Way Through The Colors of Lyme – Part 2 – My Story

This is the second part of my two-part series:  Finding My Way Through the Colors of Lyme. Following up to Part 1 – The Rant, change is happening, and for the better.  In February 2016, The National Guideline Clearinghouse (NGC) removed the expired (and grossly outdated) Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) guidelines for treatment of Lyme disease.   Baby steps, but steps in the right direction. Lyme patients and advocates all over the country are calling for the Centers…

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