Lyme and a Coconut

chronic lyme disease with a taste of nut

Arguing Chronic Lyme ~ A (Very) Basic Overview & A Few Good Links

A good primer on the controversy behind chronic lyme and the CDC/IDSA…

Invisibly Lyme Montana

This overview was initially part of another post from September (with patient accounts of long-term Lyme), but there were just too many ideas there to be valuable.  However, referencing that post is extremely valuable in digesting this overview, and in understanding why you should take the time to do so.  Dozens of patients were willing to comment on their often debilitating, usually lengthy, roads to proper diagnoses, and too often on-going roads to adequate care.  There are compilations of stories all over the web, and they are worth finding from time to time to remember why we need to work together on changing the situation.

There are endless reasons to get in touch with this debate.  We can easily misjudge or forget who we are really arguing with otherwise, and misjudge or forget what points we really need to focus on.  Although it is more than a lot of us can…

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