Yet another Canadian child forced out of Canada for proper diagnosis and treatment. Lot’s of support from locals and other Canadians.

NEW WATERFORDA New Waterford woman who believes her son has Lyme disease is overwhelmed by the support she’s received since going public.

“It’s unbelievable — people stopping by with donations and asking about Noah, the phone calls, the messages — the amount of support is someting I never expected,” said Kayla Lambert.

“It has been amazing. It’s a blessing, really — we can finally go for help.”

Lambert said that after sharing her need to fundraise in order to get her son Noah, 3, to an appointment with a Lyme disease specialist in Washington, D.C., on May 2, calls started Saturday at 8:45 a.m…..

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  • Avalon Thorberry says:

    Hi, my name is Avalon, I’m 17, and heres my story
    Feburary 23rd (I was 16) I woke up with double vision, I went to a walk in clinic and they said to go to the er because the doctor thought I had a brain tumor. I went to the hospital and they set me up in a be for 4 months because they could not find out what was/ is wrong with me. I lost the use of my right hand and couldnt walk either. They diagnosed me with a rare fotm of encephalitis (my mum didnt believe that was the case) My mum, for months, thought I had lyme ( since every summer I go to dunville and longpoint since I was 3) anyways doctors in canada refused to retest me, since they tested me last spring and it was negative. so my mum got a naturopath involved and she sent a blood sample of mine to the states where it came back positive. no doctors in canada will treat me, at least not in my area ( southern ontario) What should I do???