Understanding the risks, manifestations and clinical management of Lyme carditis can save lives and prevent invasive medical and surgical interventions.
Canadian study explores patient concerns and identifies maternal-fetal Lyme research priorities.
Optic neuritis, giant cell arteritis and Lyme disease: a case presentation.
This in-depth article by Cox and Levesque gives context to many of the systemic barriers that Canadian Lyme patients encounter, and highlights the important role that patient organizations play in addressing those barriers.
Monica Embers discusses her research findings in this latest course from Invisible International.
An in-depth review by three leading experts.
Published December 29, 2023 in Healthcare Authored by Jennifer L. Fagen, Jeremy A. Shelton, Jenna Luché-Thayer Abstract: Even though there are approximately half a million new cases of Lyme disease in the US annually, according to the CDC, it is often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, which can result in a chronic, multisystemic condition. Lyme disease is…
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Increased awareness is an important first step in addressing this problem.
In response to an article about Amélie Champagne’s inquiry.
Being aware of ticks and tick-borne illnesses can help prevent serious health problems at home and away.
Research continues to reveal an increasingly complex picture of Lyme disease.
This Giving Tuesday, show your support for the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation. Let’s ignite a spark of hope together. Your generosity has the power to make a significant impact in the lives of those affected by Lyme disease and contribute to ongoing efforts in research, education, advocacy and support to address this health challenge in…
Research led by Sarah Ciotti focuses on the struggle of a Canadian adolescent and his mother in seeking effective treatment for persistent Lyme disease, highlighting barriers within the Canadian healthcare system and the need for more collaborative approaches.
Visionnement en ligne- The quiet epidemic.