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Murphy signs law requiring N.J. students to learn about tick-borne diseases

New Jersey students will be required to learn about tick-borne diseases starting next school year under a bipartisan law Gov. Phil Murphy signed Monday. The measure (S264) requires the state education commissioner, in collaboration with the state health commissioner, to create new curriculum guidelines that teach students how to prevent Lyme disease and other tick-borne…

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BCCDC releases map of risk areas where people could contract Lyme disease

The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control has updated its information on Lyme disease in the province. A Facebook post shows a map of the province and includes the areas the BCCDC considers ‘high-risk’ Lyme disease zones. “It’s certainly an update, and contradicts much of what doctors have been telling patients throughout the province for…

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Montreal Gazette: Quebec opening 15 long-COVID and Lyme disease clinics

[CanLyme Note: If these clinics as regards to Lyme disease are to be bound to follow the current Association of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Disease Canada and Public Health Agency of Canada endorsed guidelines then taxpayers will have their tax dollars wasted once again and chronic Lyme disease sufferers will continue to burden the tax payer…

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Evidence of Manipulated Lyme Disease Diagnostics Presented to Suffolk County, NY Health Commissioner

TruthCures Fri, March 11, 2022, 6:00 AM Nonprofit Group Seeks Remedy for Decades of Inaccurate Lyme Disease Testing GREAT RIVER, N.Y., March 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nonprofit grassroots organization TruthCures, Inc. held a virtual meeting with Suffolk County, NY Health Commissioner Gregson Pigott, MD, MPH, and multiple other Suffolk County officials Wednesday, March 9,…

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HHS Aims to Accelerate Technologies for Combatting Lyme Disease – Chief scientist tells of her several year battle with Lyme disease

Published March 5th, 2021 at Nexgov.com authored by Brandi Vincent “Then I got what I thought was the summer flu. But I never had the bull’s-eye rash—now, we know not everyone gets a bull’s-eye rash,” she noted. “It kind of went away. But about six months later, I completely collapsed.” Doctors originally thought she could…

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Public Health Agency of Canada receives critical review of revisions to Lyme information on their publicly funded website.

September 4, 2020 This critique is a collaborative effort of several groups/organizations that represent Canadians living Lyme disease in response to PHAC’s call for feedback. This was our response to the request for input of the Public Health Agency of Canada. The final decisions on the content which will be incorporated currently lie with unknown…

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Canada implicated once again in covert non-transparent manipulation of World Health Organization

When will the corruption stop? CanLyme is a member of the Ad Hoc Committee for Health Equity. “A request to have ‘Congenital Lyme borreliosis’ listed as a ‘stand-alone’ category in the new ICD-11 codes was made by the Ad Hoc Committee for Health Equity in ICD-11 Borreliosis Codes, submitted March 27, 2017 by Jenna Luché-Thayer…

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Canadian MP Len Webber addresses Minister of Health on Lyme disease

Minister of Health Patty Hajdu readily admits there is “still lots to learn” about treatment of Lyme disease but as typical opts to keep sick people sick without options of extended antibiotic treatment that has helped hundreds of thousands of people who had to leave Canada for help. Instead she wants more research, none of…

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Nova Scotia, Canada: Lyme disease conference in Bridgewater draws hundreds – Held in Cineplex theatre

More than 200 health professionals and 500 members of the public turned out to the Lyme Disease Conference at the Bridgewater Cineplex theatre November 16 and 17. “We’re here today to consult with members of the medical community in the effort to better understand this disease, its prevention and treatment and perhaps identify ways that…

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Nova Scotia, Canada: Lyme disease conference held in Bridgewater

November 17th, 2019 CTV reporter Heidi Petracek @HeidipCTV As the number of reported cases of Lyme disease on Nova Scotia’s South Shore continues to rise, so too does public concern. That’s why hundreds of residents and medical professionals gathered in Bridgewater this weekend for the Bridgewater Lyme Disease Conference. “When you look at the map…

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Montreal: Lyme disease cases on the rise in Quebec

[CanLyme Note: The numbers reported in this article are only the tip of the iceberg. You can safely multiply the 371 in 2019 at least 10 fold (3710 cases in Quebec alone for only one year) to reflect the true number and that is well known to the Quebec medical leadership who advise government. It is…

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They’ve faced asthma, allergies and Lyme disease — meet the teens who are suing Canada over climate change

[CanLyme Note: This may just be the start of class action lawsuits.  The next will likely be over the dangerous and failed policy of giving only one dose of an antibiotic to ‘prevent’ Lyme disease. Not only is the evidence for it very weak, it is likely be a major driver of antibiotic resistance by just…

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United States: White House shows lack of concern for tick-borne disease outbreak. Funding withdrawn. Voter base will suffer.

The Hill,  October 1st, 2019 “Clark said he considered the end of the advisory board a “great loss” to the federal government, pointing to the group’s final white paper on the role of invasive species in tick-borne illnesses as an example of their important work. “This was specifically requested by the Defense Department because there…