Australian Lyme Crimes: A Global Disgrace by Julie Mellae
Living in ‘Nature’s Masterpiece’, The Royal National Park south of Sydney, I had discovered the perfect location as a widowed mother to raise my baby boy into a man. Surrounded by the joy of birdsong, marsupials and an ocean vista, peace would blanket me and my child and sunshine and the sea air would help […]
Lyme doctor calls out academic bias
LDAA Patron Dr Richard Horowitz calls out academic bias in new Lyme paper “Risk of post-treatment Lyme disease in patients with ideally-treated early Lyme disease: A prospective cohort study” was just published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases. It regurgitates the same old assumptions that have held research back for decades: That PTLD is […]
Book Review: The Deep Places – A Memoir of Chronic Illness & Discovery by Ross Douthat
On the day his wife announced she was pregnant with their third child, Ross Douthat found a swelling on his neck, six inches down from his left ear. Ross and Abby were in the prime of their lives, a happy couple with established careers and a couple of kids. And to put icing on their […]
Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) retracts Lyme disease publication
In response to a complaint filed by the Patient Centered Care Advocacy Group (PCCAG), the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) has removed the publication, Ten Facts You Should Know About Lyme Disease, from its website.