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Lyme Patient Advocates Denounce Intellectual Conflicts of Interest for Seven IDSA Guidelines Review Panelists

Arlington, VA – WEBWIRE – Tuesday, April 21, 2015 The Mayday Project—a volunteer organization comprised of those touched by Lyme disease—wants to know the answer to the question: How can certain members of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) review panel, those with entrenched intellectual conflicts of interest, be trusted to revise the guidelines…

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Ontario Medical Review journal letter to editor, “Understanding Lyme Disease”

…”Much of the contention and controversy  with regard to Lyme disease centres on the Infectious Disease of America clinical practice guidelines referenced in the OMR article.  Clearly, these guidelines need to be updated and revised.” Read full text

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NEWS: “Sometimes a little rebellion is necessary”

The following is the text of Dr. Liegner’s remarks at the World Wide Lyme Rally & Protest Friday, May 10, 2013 Union Square, New York City . “Chronic Lyme disease does not exist”. There are at least four possibilities to explain why a person might hold this view: They can be ‘dumb as bags of…