National Capital Lyme & Tick-Borne Disease Association Announces its December Speaker Dr. Ann Corson, M.D. “Pediatric Tick-Borne Disease - Evaluation & Management”
National Capital Lyme & Tick-Borne Disease Association Announces its November Speaker Joseph G. Jemsek, M.D. “Lyme Borreliosis Complex: the New Paradigm for Chronic Illness in the Human Biosphere”
The report on the 2009 Lyme Legislative Forum Report is now available. You can download a copy at the link below. Here’s one of the conclusion’s to come out of the event.Read More
Supervisor Pat Herrity moderates this town hall meeting that focuses on the different ways Fairfax County residents can protect themselves, their families and their pets from Lyme disease. (CC)
The IDSA will hold hearings in response to the 2008 settlement of an antitrust suit by Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal. Here are some things you can do to get the word out.
Leaders from top Lyme disease organizations across the country plan to assemble on March 28, 2009, at George Mason University near the nation's capital to hold an open discussion of their views and build unity in the Lyme community.
Following over three months of effort by NatCapLyme and Montgomery Health and Park officials, Montgomery County will launch a multi-pronged public education campaign about Lyme disease. NatCapLyme members Mimi Segal, Monte Skall and James Hill worked with Montgomery County to establish a task force and steer its direction towards Lyme disease prevention.
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