I have been reading a lot of Lyme community web traffic regarding the Federal bill S. 1503. This bill provides for enhanced Federal efforts concerning prevention, education, treatment and research activities...

How is it that chronic Lyme disease is an illness that hundreds of thousands if not millions of sufferers are forced to navigate primarily on their own, save for a handful of brave and noble doctors? How...

The vast majority of doctors worldwide — a preponderance of medical professionals around the globe who so inadequately and woefully acknowledge that chronic Lyme disease exists — will have...

The Mayday Project Lyme patient advocacy group will host a forum on the scientific and policy challenges posed by the rapidly growing epidemic of Lyme disease and associated tick-borne illnesses. The forum...

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A mouse study of a reg­imen that erad­i­cated the bac­terium in the test tube, set­ting the stage for human trials; antibi­otic cock­tails using existing drugs; strate­gies to dis­cover new drugs...

Lyme patients and advocates from across the U.S. will gather for a “We the People” rally at the U.S. Capitol on May 19. The next day, simultaneous solidarity rallies will be held at the Infectious...

A recent study revealed that the Borrelia burgdorferi bacterium are able to form biofilms in human infected skin tissues which protects the bacterium from antibiotic treatments. Study lead author and Professor...

Medical research at the Functional Alternative Research (FAR) Clinic in Bountiful, Utah, is led by prominent Lyme disease expert, Dr. Brett J. Earl, MD.  The FAR Clinic has unique medical equipment that...

Many of the 300,000 patients who contract Lyme disease each year know that curing it isn’t easy. Often, it seems to recur as soon as the antibiotics are discontinued, and doctors are reluctant to offer...

On the Valentine’s Day airing of the Outbreak News This Week radio show, I had the privilege to interview two very knowledgeable experts in their respective fields. During the first segment, I spoke...