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French subtitled screening of The Quiet Epidemic now available worldwide

The Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation is proud to announce that The Quiet Epidemic is now available with French subtitles.

The Quiet Epidemic, as close as your backyard, poster with accolades.

Thank you to everyone who helped promote awareness of The Quiet Epidemic global impact campaign by sharing CanLyme’s event on social media, watching the documentary, making a donation or participating in the live Q&A panel discussion. 

“The Quiet Epidemic gives voice to people suffering from long, late-stage Lyme disease and educates those who were unaware of the threat of tick-borne diseases. It highlights the need for better diagnostics and intensified research giving hope to millions of sufferers across the globe.”

Janet Sperling, president Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation

CanLyme is in the process of editing highlights and quotes from May’s Q&A discussion to share online, so stay tuned in the coming weeks.

French subtitles now available worldwide

Through funding provided by the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation we are proud to announce that The Quiet Epidemic is now available with French subtitles.

Grâce au financement fourni par la Fondation canadienne de la maladie de Lyme, on est fier d’annoncer que « The Quiet Epidemic » est maintenant disponible avec des sous-titres en français.

  • 48-hour streaming period
  • Stream on supported browsers or the Vimeo mobile app
  • Watch on TV, mobile, and tablet

The Quiet Epidemic follows a young girl from Brooklyn and a Duke University scientist, both diagnosed with a disease said to not exist: Chronic Lyme disease. Their search for answers lands them in the middle of a vicious medical debate. What begins as a patient story evolves into an investigation into the history of Lyme disease, dating back to its discovery in 1975. A paper trail of suppressed scientific research and buried documents reveal why tick-borne diseases have been allowed to quietly spread around the globe.

Running time is 1 hr 42 mins.

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