Tag Archives: Lyme disease awareness month

United for Medical Freedom

A woman stands with an umbrella, rain steadily dripping above her head. She holds a sign: “My child, my right.” Pushing a stroller with two young ones, she makes her way closer to the front to hear the speaker.

A man in overalls steps in place to keep warm. He grins as we catch eyes. Passion emits from the microphone, and he is the first to applause. Continue reading

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Beyond Me: How Many More Will Suffer?

I am not the only person suffering from chronic Lyme disease. And chances are, I am not the only person you know who has it.

Have (or how have) you been touched by Lyme disease?

Perhaps you have a friend who has Lyme. Or a sibling, parent or child. Or multiple siblings or children. Perhaps you don’t know anyone personally, but have friends or relatives who do. Continue reading

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Lyme Disease Awareness Month

Is Lyme on your mind? May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month.

Lyme is on my mind all the time, but especially this month. Since May started, I’ve wanted to make a blog post with Lyme facts. But life’s curveballs have made it so that I haven’t been able to make this post until now, half way through May. Continue reading

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