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Lyme borreliosis in pregnancy and associations with parent and offspring health outcomes: An international cross-sectional survey

Published November 2022 Background: Lyme disease (LD) is a complex tick-borne pathology caused by Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato bacteria. Currently, there are limited data regarding the health outcomes of people infected during pregnancy, the potential for perinatal transmission to their fetus, and the long-term effects on these children. Therefore, the primary objective of this survey study was to…

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Mothers Against Lyme: Request for Correction of Factual Error in IDSA/AAN/ACR 2020 Guidelines for Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Lyme Disease

[Canlyme Note: The Lyme disease guidelines of the IDSA, AAN, and ACR are simply a further example of their continued assault on scientific peer reviewed evidence. Science is ignored and their intentional misinformation becomes intrenched, causing untold harm to millions of sufferers globally including pregnant women and fetuses. Canadian infectious disease physician, William R Bowie continues…

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McMaster University doing research on Lyme disease and pregnancy.

The McMaster Midwifery Research Centre is recruiting people initially to complete an online survey if they have had at least one pregnancy, regardless whether they had Lyme disease or not. More information

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Doctors, public left in the dark on danger to babies – Chronicle Herald

Published in the Chronicle Herald newspaper December 21, 2018 by Jane Bailey The following statement is false. You can only get Lyme disease from a black-legged tick. The next two statements are true. You can pass Lyme disease to your unborn baby. Your baby can suffer very serious adverse outcomes, including from miscarriage, stillbirth, and…

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Canada: A systematic review on the impact of gestational Lyme disease in humans on the fetus and newborn

[CanLyme Note: We at CanLyme want to thank Sue Faber and Jennifer Kravis for their excellent persistent hard work in making this review happen and inviting us to participate in their journey. Also, the immensely important assistance and input from Ralph Hawkins, MD, and Vett Lloyd, PhD, brought the science to the forefront. Finally, much…