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TICK REMOVAL KIT, for your first-aid kit, or glove box, with tick identification cards, 3 styles of tick removers (ie, if tick is in your ear or a pet’s ear a different tick remover size and style are required), magnifying glass, antiseptic wipe, container to put tick into, instructions for proper tick removal, etc.

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 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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Copy of CanLyme brochure Excellent physician discussion article

Recent News

Montreal Gazette: Quebec issues warning for Lyme disease

[CanLyme Note: Their 159 reported cases are seriously under-reported due to many reasons including poor tests, lack of doctor education ofo medical doctors to recognize Lyme symptoms, especially late stage chronic symptoms.] lJune 24th, 2016 The Ministry of Health and Social Services advised Continues →

Saskatchewan, Canada: Lyme is there and spreading

[CanLyme Note: Lyme disease is not new to Saskatchewan, but it is spreading. Physicians need to be aware and willing to diagnose and, treat clinically based upon the patient response and not a restrictive set of unproven guidelines that limit treatment periods, and they must be able to do so Continues →

If Not Lyme Disease, What Caused This Man’s Fever?

June 16, 2016 by Lisa Sanders, M.D. THE PRESENTING PROBLEM A doctor thought he knew what brought on this patient’s flulike symptoms, but antibiotics weren’t helping. “Nonno says he doesn’t feel good,” the 8-year-old girl reported, handing her mother a digital thermometer. The Continues →

Doctor comments on Lyme disease treatment

[CanLyme note: It is very common for mainstream physicians who subscribe to the Infectious Disease Society of America guidelines to design studies in such a fashion that the outcome is pre-determined.  These studies have no value, nor scientific merit.  The divide is created intentionally.] Continues →

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