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Insights from a Journey through Lyme Disease: Resources for Patients and Physicians, Written by a Patient and Physician

B. Robert Mozayeni, M.D. Great Falls, Va., (March 7, 2017) – Here is a unique chronicle of four years of frank and often difficult discussions between a patient and her physician as they work together to diagnose and treat one of the hallmark co-infections of Lyme disease. “I wrote the book I wish I’d had […]

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ILADS Presents Dinner and Lecture
with Prof. Ying Zhang, MD, PhD

Join Prof. Ying Zhang, MD, PhD of Johns Hopkins University for dinner and a lecture on Drugs Targeting Bacterial Persisters for Improved Treatment of Persistent Lyme Disease​.

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List of 700 Articles Citing Chronic Infection Associated with Tick-Borne Disease Compiled by Dr. Robert Bransfield

Dr. Robert Bransfield, past president of ILADS, has accumulated a list of 700 articles citing chronic infection associated with tick-borne diseases. Read more and download the full list.

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ILADEF Announces Call for Abstracts

Abstract submission for the 7th European Lyme Disease Conference is now open. ILADS Paris CONFERENCE 19 – 20 May 2017 The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Educational Foundation (ILADEF) research committee encourages international researchers, students and clinicians to submit an abstract for the meeting in Paris.  Accepted abstracts will be presented as posters at the […]

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Ground-Breaking Lyme Disability Brief

Barbara Arnold A federal district court has recently ruled in favor of a Lyme patient, ordering that a claim for Social Security disability benefits is viable even when laboratory evidence falls short of two-tiered testing criteria. The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California has issued a published order, stating that laboratory findings of […]

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Daniel Jaller, MD Featured in Bethesda magazine

Daniel Jaller, MD of Rockville, MD is featured in the November/December story in Bethesda Magazine. The article is called Lyme Disease Wars.   Read the full article here.

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ILADS Statement on CMS Proposed Rule Concerning Antibiotic Stewardship

The International Lyme and Associate Diseases Society (ILADS) has commented on the Proposed Rule of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, CMS-3295-P: “Medicare and Medicaid Programs: Hospital and Critical Access Hospital Changes to Promote Innovation, Flexibility, and Improvement in Patient Care” which appeared in the Federal Register (0938-AS21, June 16, 2016).

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Dr. Kenneth Liegner Joins LYME Facebook Conversation

ILADS member Kenneth Liegner, MD of Pawling, NY participated in a Facebook livechat on Friday July 1, 2016 as a follow up to the FOX 5 news segment the night before. Watch the video on Facebook. This Facebook event was the follow-up to a Lyme disease special which aired Thursday, June 30th at 10:30 pm […]

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Lyme & Reason: The Cause and Consequence of Lyme Disease Interview with Dr. Steven E. Phillips

ILADS Member, Dr. Steven E. Phillips was interviewed by Fox5NY as part of their Lyme & Reason special airing Thursday, 30 June at 10:30 pm on Fox5NY.

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ILADEF Announces Research Prize

The ILADEF Foundation Research committee has been established with the mission to encourage international researchers as well as clinicians to develop research programs and protocols, which would benefit the diagnosis and treatment of tick-borne illnesses.

To that end two researchers will be invited to present their papers in the basic science/clinical research area at the annual scientific session in Ft. Lauderdale. These two researchers will be eligible for up to 700 euros or 1000 dollars.

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