The Federal Tick-borne Disease Working Group recently released their first report to Congress about one year after the panel first convened.
The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) responded to the report in a letter that contained some criticisms of the report.
What is the Federal Tick-borne Disease Working Group, what’s in the report and what did the IDSA have to say?
Joining me to discuss these issues is Chief Scientific Officer for the Global Lyme Alliance, Timothy Sellati, PhD.
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