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Breaking News: Canada Acknowledges In Utero Transmission of Lyme Disease!

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Canadians Concerned About Lyme Disease

OCT 5, 2018 —

“What is the value of one child’s life?”

As Canadians, we soon will be coming together to celebrate a cherished national holiday: Thanksgiving. At LymeHope we are genuinely thankful for the incredible news which we will now share with you.

This news pertains to all Canadians suffering from or concerned about Lyme disease, but specifically those who are concerned about the issue of maternal-fetal (in-utero) infection, also described as transplacental transmission. Lyme disease is not only transmitted through a tick-bite, it can be passed from human-to-human, mother to child in pregnancy as reported in the scientific and medical literature.

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