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Lyme disease in Ireland: This is a global threat that is being denied by government bureaucrats around the world who are tied to the United States Center for Disease Control.

Article on Lyme disease sparks calls for awareness campaign March 11, 2018 A UK SCIENTIST, whose daughter contracted Lyme disease in Bantry, says she would like to be part of an Irish awareness campaign on the tick-borne disease. Responding to reports of high rates of the disease in West Cork and South Kerry, detailed recently in The Southern Star, Helga Frost Continues →

The Canadian Lyme Consortium, representing scientists, clinicians and patients provides an update regarding government promised research grants.

March 9th, 2018 The Canadian Lyme Consortium, representing a united and transparent relationship between patients, clinicians and researchers has issued an update detailing the situation with the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) granting process.  Ethics and good science do not seem to be relevant at CIHR as Health Canada continues to fail Canadians. Read full update

Neuroscience: how do contrarians think?

February 25, 2018 (translated from French)… What happens in the brain of a man who chooses to free himself from the common opinion? Neuroscience has for many years been interested in anti-conformist personalities. The challenge is important because these individuals help to change society and advance science. Among researchers, they are few in questioning the dogmas and take the risk Continues →

Quebec wildlife agents want Lyme disease recognized as occupational hazard

CBC News February 14th, 2018 With Lyme disease diagnoses on the rise, wildlife agents want better care and prevention help Quebec’s wildlife protection agents are asking the government to officially recognize Lyme disease as a workplace health hazard. They say that under current rules, agents who get the disease have to fight with the Workplace Health and Safety Board for Continues →

Cranial neuropathy and severe pain due to early disseminated Borrelia burgdorferi infection

Published January 23rd, 2018 doi:10.1136/bcr-2017-223307 [CanLyme Note: What is sick about this case report is that this man’s health outcome, which should be an educational source for all is being sold for profit by the British Medical Journal – just as other alleged “esteemed’ medical journals do.  We must stop this institutionalized rape of our personal information.] Summary A 61-year-old man presented Continues →

An Unusual Cluster of Neuroinvasive Lyme Disease Cases Presenting With Bannwarth Syndrome in the Midwest United States

[CanLyme note:  This statement, “Garin-Bujadoux-Bannwarth syndrome (Bannwarth syndrome [BWS]) is an uncommon manifestation of neuroinvasive Lyme disease (LD) caused by infection with members of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato (Bbsl)” indicates BWS in an uncommon manifestation of Lyme disease but may suggest it is a rarely connected manifestation of Lyme borreliosis.] Published: 23 December 2017 Abstract Bannwarth syndrome (BWS), an infrequent manifestation of neuroinvasive Lyme Continues →

Lyme in the maritimes: Health P.E.I. should re-evaluate efforts at prevention and diagnosis of tick-borne diseases

BY CHRIS ROBINSON [ – Chris Robinson is a health economist / epidemiologist, and former head of Evidence and Risk Assessment Division, Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Control, Public Health Agency of Canada. He is now retired and living in Cavendish ] January 9th, 2017 published by The Guardian There are no deer on P.E.I. Local public health officials have Continues →

Saskatoon women frustrated with provincial testing methods for Lyme disease

Erin Petrow, Saskatoon Starphoenix January 8th, 2018 When Danielle Briske started having severe migrating muscle pain and weakness, plus a variety of other symptoms, doctors kept telling her it was all in her head. As it turned out, Briske had contracted Lyme disease. The diagnosis took months and more than $8,000 to confirm. According to information on Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Health Continues →

Legislative Package To Fight Lyme Disease Introduced In NY

December 29th, A package of state legislation aimed at fighting Lyme and tick-borne diseases is being introduced ahead of the 2018 session by Senator Susan Serino (R, Hyde Park), chairwoman of the Senate’s Lyme Task Force. She teamed up with Senator Kemp Hannon (R, Garden City), chairman of the Senate’s Health Committee, to introduce four bills that they hope will Continues →

Late Disseminated Lyme Disease: Associated Pathology and Spirochete Persistence Post-Treatment in Rhesus Macaques

DOI: Nicholas A. Crossland, Xavier Alvarez, Monica E. Embers Abstract Non-human primates currently serve as the best experimental model for Lyme disease due to their close genetic homology with humans and demonstration of all three phases of disease following infection with Borreliella (Borrelia) burgdorferi (Bb). We investigated the pathology associated with late disseminated Lyme disease (12 to 13 months following tick inoculation) Continues →

‘Every season is tick season’: Experts warn of winter Lyme disease risk [bitten while xmas tree hunting]

[CanLyme Note: Ticks are active in temperatures of minus 4 degrees Celsius and above] November 22, 2017 by Marina von Stackelberg CBCNEWS People have ‘let their guard down’ and aren’t checking for ticks as weather cools, says zoologist   Laurenne Schiller loves taking her dog Cousteau for walks along Halifax trails as the weather cools. But even after the first dusting Continues →