Lyme disease is among the most contentious of topics in health and medicine. How did a bacterial infection turn into one of the the most controversial and virulent medico-political battles in medical history?
Associate Professor of Microbiology at SUNY Adirondack and co-founder of the Lyme Action Network, Holly Ahern, MS joined me for a discussion on the genesis of the Lyme controversy and new developments concerning Lyme research in diagnostics and other areas.
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3 thoughts on “The history behind the Lyme disease controversy and what’s new in Lyme research”
THANK YOU – Molly Herns is a true champion of Lyme truth.
Great interview – hit on nearly all of the roots and causes of controversy and a great interview to share with people to help educate.
I hope she returns to talk about the vaccine issues from the previous development and if and how they have been resolved with these new vaccines…