Follow us on Instagram at @CanLyme_Canada

Follow us on Instagram at @CanLyme_Canada

If you’re looking to follow a great Instagram channel on Lyme disease, be sure to follow us, @canlyme_canada, for informative and supportive content. Together let’s raise awareness and support those affected by Lyme disease! Thank you for your support. #LymeDiseaseAwareness #support #health #wellness We have 350 followers (for now!) and we post about stuff going on for…

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Long-term Lyme disease treatment doesn’t burden insurers, panel says

By Christian M. Wade  Statehouse Reporter The Eagle Tribune Sat May 24, 2014, 12:07 AM EDT BOSTON – Lyme disease patients who suffer chronic symptoms look to long-term antibiotics for help, but often they lose support of insurers who are only willing to pay for short-term treatment. Rep. Theodore Speliotis, D-Danvers, has tried for nearly a…

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Yet another Canadian child forced out of Canada for proper diagnosis and treatment. Lot’s of support from locals and other Canadians.

NEW WATERFORD — A New Waterford woman who believes her son has Lyme disease is overwhelmed by the support she’s received since going public. “It’s unbelievable — people stopping by with donations and asking about Noah, the phone calls, the messages — the amount of support is someting I never expected,” said Kayla Lambert. “It…

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Lyme disease taking a toll on local families

 Mothers of local children frustrated with how disease is diagnosed and treated; one heads to US for answers. Kawartha Lakes This Week ByCatherine Whitnall (KAWARTHA LAKES) Looking at Aidan Watson and Dylan Hill one wouldn’t think they were seriously ill. Earlier this year, the two children were diagnosed with Lyme disease, making even the simplest…