In this June 2016 interview, I talk to the author of Lyme Madness: Rescuing My Son Down The Rabbit Hole of Chronic Lyme Disease, Lori Dennis about the book, chronic Lyme disease and the multi-layers of issues surrounding it.
In addition to being a writer, Lori is a Registered Psychotherapist and the mother of an adult son who has been suffering from Chronic Lyme Disease for more than four years.
Dennis talked about the complexity of the disease and the problems encountered for sufferers to include the medical establishment, the media and the politics.
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Intro music: “Rapture” by Ross Bugden
2 thoughts on “Lyme Madness: An interview with Lori Dennis”
Thanks for your interview with Lori Dennis. There is clearly another side to this story, and I am hopeful you will interview an Infectious Disease specialist about Lyme Disease. Thanks!
Thanks for listening. I have a number of Lyme disease interviews with physicians, researchers and advocates on the site.