Register now to watch the online webinar of the May Lyme Disease Conference in Ottawa required by Bill C-442, May 15 to 17, 2016.  You must register to watch online or attend in person.  

 

Are you hoping to to speak at the public forum in the evening of May 15th? Click Here

Lyme Disease is a borreliosis, an improperly tested for disabling disease that has for decades been an under-reported, poorly recognized serious threat to the health of Canadians, tourists, outdoor enthusiasts, and our businesses who employ outdoor workers – symptoms list  

Lyme disease is on the rise in Canada, yet diagnostics, treatment, physician and public awareness are largely inadequate. The Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation (CanLyme) is dedicated to raising awareness and promoting Lyme Disease research, education and treatment. See our CanLyme Venture Grants Policy available to medical/science research students and investigators.

The famous and award winning documentary ‘Under Our Skin‘ has just released it’s sequel,  UNDER OUR SKIN 2: EMERGENCE    From horror to hope. Order here         

Watch W5 TV episodes on Lyme Part 1 Part 2 CBC radio, excellent interview with Dr. Peter Lin on Lyme disease. Listen here.  Watch all the presenters at the 2013 Lyme Disease Think Tank, Vancouver, BC, Canada This US HHS webinar will highlight the state of research on persistence of Borrelia burgdorferi.

 

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Saskatchewan’s invisible struggle with Lyme disease

Nov, 2015 By Lisa Schick When it comes to Lyme disease in Saskatchewan, those who suffer from it appear to be invisible when it comes to cases reported to the public. Those who do have it live in anguish, like one man who was in so much pain he couldn’t get out of bed, or one woman who Continues →

New Lyme Disease Study Reveals Strong Reporting Bias

David Michael Conner Huffington Post On March 31, the New England Journal of Medicine published a study that concludes, “In patients with persistent symptoms attributed to Lyme disease, longer-term antibiotic treatment did not have additional beneficial effects on health-related quality of Continues →

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