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Lyme disease at the forefront during New Brunswick roundtable tick discussion

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“Our public healthcare system should be dealing with this appropriately and it’s not clearly, and it needs to,” added Coon.

“And that really goes to the heart of this in a way that there are a significant percentage of people who get bitten by an infected tick who fall through the cracks and don’t get diagnosed.”

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  1. what is with Anthony Knight’s comment in the video clip? did he miss the part of the roundtable that indicates there is no definitive Lyme test out there? anywhere.

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