New Podcast: Illness uncertainty in chronic Lyme disease with Maddie Gravelle

Campers stand at the edge of the water at sunset watching the stars come out, with the CanLyme logo floating in the foreground.

Exploring the biopsychosocial impacts of illness uncertainty and Lyme disease.

In today’s podcast, Sarah speaks with Maddie Gravelle about her research into the consequences of illness uncertainty for Lyme disease patients. Maddie is a student and researcher at Queen’s University in Kingston. She shifted her research focus from cancer to Lyme disease after witnessing the challenges her mother faced in dealing with both of these diseases. Her mother noticed that some aspects of Lyme disease were more challenging when compared to similar aspects of dealing with cancer. When Maddie discovered that there was very little research regarding the psychological effects of Lyme disease, she decided to make that her research focus.

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