Every Minnesotan is one tick bite away from the
devastating effects of tick-borne disease.
Minnesota Lyme Association envisions each person affected by Lyme or tick-borne disease leading a healthy and vibrant life.
Friday August 8th, Tom Grier -Microbiologist will be presenting a lecture on how Borrelia and other spirochetes can infect and affect the human brain. Topics will include immune response, immune evasion and how testing for intracranial infections with today's serology tests may be missing serious infections. Also included will be a discussion of dubious medical practices used to diagnose and treat neurological Lyme disease.
Date: Friday, August 8th Time: 1pm-3pm
Place: Brainerd Laestadian Church
1501 S 8th Street, Brainerd
About one mile south of the intersection of Highway 210 and Highway 371 two blocks south of Willow St.
Record number of Lyme disease cases, 1,431, reported in 2013 - MN Dept. of Health
Prevention by Dr. Elizabeth Maloney
New CDC Lyme disease estimate: 300,000 cases a year
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Please alert and encourage your Family Practice Physicians and those doctors, physician assistants and nurse practitioners interested in learning the science of Lyme Disease to Dr. Betty Maloney's Physician courses on the flier attached.
Until we get doctors educated we will be faced with the same issues of misdiagnosis and ineffective treatment.
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Lyme Report - Help Dr. Maloney gather patient history so we can prove that long-term anitbiotic therapy benefits MANY patients.
CDC provides estimate of Americans diagnosed with Lyme disease each year read more
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