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novoice I created this to help inform those suffering from Lyme Disease. This is so we can be proactive in finding a cure for this dreaded disease. This can no longer be a silent disease, we must stand up and be heard and fight for help.
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NPR's Diane Rehm Show Discusses Lyme Disease Today

Feb 29 2012

NPR WAMU 88.5 in Washington DC, The Diane Rehm Show will discuss Lyme Disease today at 11:00 am EST.  The topic for today’s show is diagnosing and treating Lyme Disease.  Her guests will include:

Dr Paul Auwaerter associate professor of medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
and clinical director, division of infectious diseases.
Johns Hopkins Hospital

Dr. Samuel Shor internist, private practice and associate clinical professor at George Washington University.

Dr. Brian Fallon professor of clinical psychiatry.
Director, Lyme and Tick-Borne Diseases Research Center. And
director, Center for the Study of Neuroinflammatory Disorders & Biobehavioral Medicine Columbia University

Stephen Barthold professor, department of pathology, microbiology and immunology Center of Comparative Medicine at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis

You can listen via the internet, here’s the link;


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