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x*Historic: CT Attorney General's Investigation Reveals Flaws ~ IDSA Response*

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***US Senator Chuck Schumer joined the board of Empire State Lyme on Oct 16, 2007***

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 CvPlease SEE HERE: Dr. Charles Ray Jones vB

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!!! REPORT ~ MARCH 26, 2008 ~ LISTENING FORUM !!!

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~~~ Lyme Patients Advocacy Day (Lobby Day) was April 15, 2008 ~~~ click here for info~~~

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* * *  DVDs: Dr. Burrascano and others offer important info about tick borne disease!  * * *   

 

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The Empire State Lyme Disease Association, Inc. is a nonprofit charitable organization incorporated in NYS and dedicated to education, prevention,  awareness and patient support for tick-borne illnesses including Lyme disease.  Our goal is education about prevention of tick bites and the importance of early diagnosis of the diseases transmitted by ticks.  We offer patient support and work for awareness of the need for health care for victims of both early and later diagnosed tick-borne diseases.        

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Information on this site is offered to help further awareness of Lyme and associated diseases.  We hope that the information will help you to become more familiar with the subject of tick borne illnesses, but the information on this web site should not be used as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  The information on this web site does not represent endorsement or an official position of Empire State Lyme Disease Association, Inc. or any of its directors, officers, advisors or members.  Please consult a physician for all medical advice, including advice on testing, treatment and care of a patient who has or may have Lyme or any associated tick borne diseases.

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