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BC Centre for Disease Control warns about ticks infected with Lyme-related bacteria

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Nov 7th, 2016

Vancouver – A warning from the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) suggests three ticks collected in British Columbia since June have tested positive for new Lyme-related bacteria.

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  1. unless government big wigs get Lyme infection-there will be nothing done–They are busy wasting our tax dollars -including their pension money. They should be ashamed

  2. Hi,

    My wife has contracted Neuropathy. She has been through numerous tests and no one has any answers.

    A number of years ago, my wife was bitten by an insect in our backyard adjoining Burns Bog, in N. Delta BC, Not long after her leg got very red with a very sensitive skin. Shortly after we went to W. Europe for six months and while there she went to see a Dr in the Netherlands who thought it might have been a tick bite, which was also my suspicion.

    She is in a lot of pain and finds it almost impossible to walk much, or even stand. Sleep is almost impossible because of the pain.

    Any suggestions?

    Thank you,


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