Lyme Disease Co-Infections

In addition to Lyme disease, ticks also carry numerous other infections and these vectors are often referred to as ‘dirty needles’. According to one study, ‘ticks transmit more pathogens than any other arthropod’ (Moutallier et al, 2016). It’s important to be aware of these Lyme disease co-infections as they can […]

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Caudwell Lyme Disease Website Launches!

We are delighted to announce that Caudwell Lyme Disease charity has now launched its website which can be found here. Congratulations to John Caudwell and CEO Veronica Hughes for producing such an informative resource which gives patients a much needed voice and tells the story of so many Lyme disease […]

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Such a Long Journey – Shalina Agarwal

Shalina writes a blog on living with Lyme disease called ‘Down with Lyme’. She honestly discusses mistakes she’s made along the way and shares advice she would give others at the beginning of their own battles with Lyme disease. My entry into the ‘Lyme World’ took place about 3 years […]

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Caudwell Lyme Disease Surveys: Results Sneak Peek!

John Caudwell, British philanthropist and entrepreneur, has set up a new Lyme disease charity, Caudwell Lyme Disease to push forward important changes in the way Lyme disease and associated co-infections are diagnosed and treated in the UK. Caudwell Lyme Disease currently has two surveys running. The first one is designed […]

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Lyme Disease Testing Controversy Continues…

The media interest in Lyme disease has spiked again recently with LDUK group member Emma Horlock sharing her story widely in the Daily Mail, the Liverpool Echo, ITV News and the BBC News. Emma has gone from running her own successful PR firm to spending 22 hours per day in […]

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Treating Lyme Disease

  Treating Lyme disease is perhaps one of the most controversial subjects in medicine. The best way to treat Lyme disease is embroiled in a highly political debate.  Some medical professionals believe that Lyme disease is an easily treatable, self limiting infection whereas others believe it’s an insidious disease, capable of […]

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