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End the suffering. Support our cause at projectlyme/givingtuesday and help us to eradicate the epidemic of tick-borne diseases through awareness and education.
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Project Lyme 24h
We are one week out from the 2020 Project Lyme Gala! Join us in the fight against tick-borne illness as we honor Dr. Richard Horowitz and Project Lyme board member David Roth. Partner with us as we raise funds and awareness to make real change!
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Project Lyme Feb 20
Last week, advocates to end Lyme disease took part in the Advocacy Fly-In in D.C. "We found allies there," said Project Lyme's Jennifer Weis Monsky, who met with 3 NY legislators. Advocates will continue to fight for more funding to spur research!
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Project Lyme Feb 13
Yesterday at the Fly-In on Capitol Hill, our own Jennifer Weis Monsky (left) joined forces with other Lyme advocates to support the (including asking for an additional $150M for Lyme research!). She's pictured here with NY Congressman
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Project Lyme Feb 12
Lyme volunteer advocates are preparing for their time on Capitol Hill to fight for more government funding on research! Senator Susan Collins spoke to volunteers, mentioning high rates of ticks with Lyme in Maine.
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Project Lyme Feb 11
Project Lyme is in D.C. with Center for Lyme Action for the Advocacy Fly-In! We're excited to advocate for more government funding to fight Lyme disease
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Project Lyme Feb 8
Where are you at in your Lyme Journey? Reply or tweet at us using to tell us your story about what you’ve gone through and what you’re facing now.
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Project Lyme Feb 6
Are you ready for the 2020 ? The event is slated for February 27th in NYC -- there are still tickets available here:
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Project Lyme Feb 5
False negatives, failed medications, and more; elite runner Robby Andrews’ career, and life, was nearly derailed by Lyme disease. Read his here:
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Project Lyme Feb 4
Next week, join the fight to end Lyme disease with an advocacy fly-in in Washington, DC. This will take place Feb. 11-12 and is hosted by Center for Lyme Action. More info:
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Project Lyme Feb 4
The now acknowledges that can be passed from mother to fetus. We think this is a step in the right direction, but there needs to be further acknowledgment of the dangers of transmission in utero. What do you think?
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Project Lyme Jan 31
.’s illuminates how often the disease is misdiagnosed. What issues have you encountered in discovering and treating your ?
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Project Lyme Jan 30
. is far from the only celebrity who has struggled with . See who else has opened up about their
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Project Lyme Jan 29
The 2020 Gala is just one month away in NYC. Support the fight to eradicate - register here:
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Project Lyme Jan 28
February 11-12, join the fight to end with an advocacy fly-in in Washington, DC hosted by . This push will call for the government to allocate more funding towards illness research. Register here:
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Project Lyme Jan 28
is often misunderstood. Learn the basics of the disease here:
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Project Lyme Jan 27
Today, ‘s docu-series premieres on . We support Justin as he bravely shares his journey with the world!
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LymeDisease.org Jan 6
Commercial two-tier Lyme testing favors men over women, because men have more positive ELISA tests and more positive Western blots (Feder 1992, Rebman 2015, Schwarzwalder 2010).
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Project Lyme Jan 7
Winter is a great time to put together a couple tick kits. Please include fine-nosed tweezers, alcohol swabs, magnifying glass, band-aid, tape and/or baggie. Learn more at . Keep one in your backpack, home and car!
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Project Lyme Jan 7
Agree, ! You can also find out more about symptoms on our website . Stay safe outdoors. 💚
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Project Lyme Jan 3
-borne illnesses and increased in Maine in 2019, rebounding following a decline in 2018. We must find a cure.
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