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Helpful Lyme Disease-Related Links

News/Research

Tickborne Diseases: Widespread, Serious, and Taking Us By Surprise
National Geographic – August 31, 2015

Lyme Disease May Linger for 1 in 5 Because of "Persisters"
Scientific American – August 18, 2015 

Researchers’ discovery may explain difficulty in treating Lyme disease
news @Northeastern – June 1, 2015


Lyme Disease Surges North
Scientific Amercian – September 24, 2014 

‘Not Just Lyme Disease Anymore': 7 New Reasons To Fear Ticks This Summer
WBUR Commonhealth Blog – July 10, 2015 

Identification of novel activity against Borrelia burgdorferipersisters using an FDA approved drug library
Nature – July 2, 2014


Identification of new compounds with high activity against stationary phase Borrelia burgdorferi from the NCI compound collection
Nature – June 3, 2015

Pathogenesis of Lyme Neuroborreliosis
Molecular Medicine – December 13, 2007

Severity of Chronic Lyme disease compared to other conditions
PeerJ – March 24, 2014

Information for Patients

Columbia University Lyme and Tick Born Diseases Research Center

Web MD – Arthritis and Lyme Disease

The Lyme Wars
New Yorker Magazine – July 1, 2013

Information for Providers

Columbia University Lyme and Tick Born Diseases Research Center

Persistence of Borrelia burgdorferi in Rhesus Macaques following Antibiotic Treatment of Disseminated Infection
PLoS ONE - January 11, 2012 

The Neuropsychiatric Manifestations of Lyme Borreliosis
LymeNet

Patient Support Resources

Massachusetts Lyme Association

Lyme Disease Association

WBUR: Lyme Disease Resource List

Prevention

Prevention: Tick Encounter Resource Center, University of Rhode Island

Tick removal: Tick Encounter Resource Center, University of Rhode Island

Lyme Disease Association Tick Card

Tick-Borne Disease Diagnostics: UMass Amherst 

Keep Kids Safe from Ticks: Happy Healthy Kids

Free Tick Testing Sponsored by the Bay Area Lyme Foundation

 

 

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