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Could Treating Deer with a Pill that Kills Ticks on Dogs Eliminate Lyme Disease from Humans?
May 20, 2024
Treating deer with a tick-killing pill may help eliminate Lyme disease in humans. Learn about exciting research on using lotilaner to disrupt tick populations and prevent tick-borne diseases; featurin...
GLA Ambassador Chris Meloni and the Quiet Epidemic in DC to Spread Lyme Awareness
April 16, 2024
Source: FOX 5 DC
GLA Funded Researcher Dr. Brandon Jutras and Lab Advance to Phase 3 of Lyme X Diagnostic Prize
April 11, 2024
After having been selected for phase 2 in February, GLA- funded investigator Dr. Brandon Jutras and his lab are one of the six talented groups advancing to Phase 3 of the LymeX Diagnostics Prize. Dr. ...
The Power of Perspiration: Protein Found in Sweat Inhibits Susceptibility to Lyme Disease
April 4, 2024
This blog post has been evaluated and endorsed by Timothy Sellati, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer at Global Lyme Alliance Researchers at MIT and the University of Helsinki have discovered how sweat m...
Uptick in Lyme Disease Cases Reported Due to a Change in Surveillance Approach
February 16, 2024
Surge in Lyme disease cases reported in the US due to a change in surveillance approach, providing a clearer tracking system and raising awareness among healthcare professionals. A recent report from ...
The LymeX Diagnostics Prize Journey: From GLA Seed Funding to Federal Success with Dr. Brandon Jutras at Virginia Tech
February 9, 2024
Photo courtesy of Virginia Tech Dr. Brandon Jutras at Virginia Tech has secured over $6 million in federal funding for his groundbreaking Lyme disease diagnostic test. Learn how GLA seed funding has p...
HHS Releases the National Public Health Strategy to Prevent and Control Vector-Borne Diseases in People
February 7, 2024
Press Release from HHS.gov, article available here
Honoring the Legacy of Jake Picker: Bartonella Advocate, Educator, and Inspirational Force
February 5, 2024
photo from Jake Picker facebook page Remembering the Bartonella advocate, educator, and inspirational force who made a profound impact on the Bartonella patient community. In memory of Jake Picker, af...
$7 million in new grants propel Tufts Lyme research to next level
September 20, 2023
GLA part of $7 million in grants awarded to Tufts University to identify better ways to prevent, track, and treat the disease and its long-term consequences Source: TUFTS UNIVERSITY
Christopher Meloni, Celebrity Ambassador for Global Lyme Alliance, invites you to be a hero!
August 31, 2023
Christopher Meloni is using a new "Hero" product from Tommie Copper to help raise money for Global Lyme Alliance. From August 31 - September 7, (now extended through 9/10/23!) 5% of all sales from Tom...
Center for Lyme Action Publishes "The State of Lyme Disease Research"
July 31, 2023
Research paper recommends critical federal appropriations for Lyme and tick-borne disease Center for Lyme Action, the leading nonprofit dedicated to growing federal funding for Lyme and tick-borne dis...
Emerging Tick Bite-Associated Meat Allergy Potentially Affects Thousands
July 31, 2023
The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention issued two reports about alpha-gal syndrome, which can result in a severe allergy to red meat and related products. "it is estimated that as man...
Novel Vaccine Against Lyme Disease Reported to be Safe and Effective
July 25, 2023
This is an excerpt of an article written by Dr. Chinta Sidharthan for News Medical Life Sciences.
Virginia Tech Awarded Grant to Study Lingering Lyme Disease Symptoms
July 20, 2023
Mecaila McClune (at right) looks into a test tube in Brandon Jutras' lab. Photo by Tim Skiles for Virginia Tech.
With Tick-borne Diseases Spreading on Long Island, Sen. Schumer Announces $160 Million for Research and Eradication
June 9, 2023
Schumer announced what he called a "war on ticks," a new $160 million push to beat back tick-borne diseases through more research, surveillance, education and eradication. Written by Carolyn Gusoff fo...
Ticks Die When They Bite Him. This Man's Immunity to Ticks Could Pave the Way for a Tick Vaccine
June 9, 2023
Learn about the man who is immune to all tick-borne diseases. Written by Emily Swaim for businessinsider.com
Global Lyme Alliance Peer Mentor Writes Children's Book
May 31, 2023
Perfectly timed for Lyme Disease Awareness Month, Moon Child Rising was written as a love letter from a Mother to her child with chronic Lyme disease About the Book
Study by GLA-Funded Scientist Sheds Light on Babesiosis Parasite
April 28, 2023
The study, Babesia duncani multi-omics identifies virulence factors and drug targets, was published in Nature Microbiology on April 13, 2023.
White-tailed Deer Blood Kills Bacteria That Causes Lyme Disease
April 4, 2023
This article was written by Patty Shillington for The University of Massachusetts Amherst
Lyme Isn’t the Only Tick Disease to Worry About in the Northeast, CDC Says
March 30, 2023
Written by Emily Anthes for The New York Times
Popular Radio Host Has Gone Missing...The Last Thing He Spoke of Was His Struggle With Lyme Disease
March 10, 2023
2023 Case Study: Reversible Dementia Caused by Lyme Disease
February 27, 2023
A case of reversible dementia with Lyme treatment? Annals of Geriatric Medicine and Research (Sanchini, C., et al.) 2.6.23, published “A case of reversible dementia? Dementia vs delirium in Lyme disea...
Hospital and Physician To Pay $6.5 Million in Wrongful Death Suit Over Lyme Disease Misdiagnosis
February 3, 2023
A young man loses his life to Lyme carditis and a tragic misdiagnosis. Northern Light Mercy Hospital and one of their doctors have been ordered to pay $6.5 million to the family of Peter Smith, who pa...
New Study Uncovers Monumental Scientific Achievement to Advance Tick Biology
January 25, 2023
Researchers associated with Global Lyme Alliance conducted a cutting-edge study on genomic sequencing in relation to Lyme disease
"Ehrlichia, Rhapsody in Discomfort #6″ Wins Global Music Award
January 12, 2023
Professional violinist, Dan Flanagan, wrote a musical piece that captures how it feels to suffer from Lyme and other tick-borne diseases, and it just won a Global Music Award. Originally published by ...
Celebrities Who've Talked About Battling Lyme Disease
December 13, 2022
Written by Grace Gavilanes for People.com These stars got candid about their battle with the tick-borne disease.
American Fundraising Foundation Selects GLA as a Recipient of Golden Pear Grant
December 9, 2022
Each year, the American Fundraising Foundation (AmFund) carefully chooses organizations to support through sponsorship of events, year-end grant distribution, virtual silent auctions, and other progra...
Lyme Disease: The Musical Nominated for Five Broadway World Los Angeles Awards
December 6, 2022
Photo credit @Charlie Weinmann/ (L-R) Brendan McCay, Todd Risenmay, and Candice Brock in “Lyme Disease: The Musical”
Genes Could Be Key to Diagnosing Lyme Disease, Scientists Say
November 29, 2022
Global Lyme Alliance's Chief Scientific Officer, Timothy Sellati, Ph.D., was interviewed by Fox5NY.com on the latest developments in Lyme disease testing.
Lyme Disease Offers Clues on Long COVID, But Claims Experience Limited With Both
November 18, 2022
Long-term issues with Lyme disease and COVID-19 infections are strikingly similar, and much can be learned from a disease that stems from a tick bite, medical experts say. This article was written by ...
WNBA Star Elena Delle Donne Launches Nike Air Deldon Signature Sneaker
October 24, 2022
Lyme warrior and WNBA star Elena Delle Donne created an inclusive sneaker with Nike "designed to make everyone feel seen, heard, and empowered on the court." The lime green color was chosen to help ra...
Researcher Nicole Baumgarth Joins Bloomberg School’s Johns Hopkins Lyme and Tickborne Diseases Institute as Inaugural Director
October 3, 2022
GLA funded researcher Dr. Nicole Baumgarth represents an excellent choice as the inaugural director of the Johns Hopkins Lyme and Tickborne Diseases Research and Education Institute. Dr. Baumgarth has...
CEO Shares Heartbreaking LinkedIn Post After Daughter Dies by Suicide Following Lyme Disease Battle
September 28, 2022
(Photo provided by Alain Champagne/LinkedIn) Written by Charmaine Patterson for People.com. Amelie Champagne died by suicide at the age of 22 after a long battle with Lyme.
Researchers Discover a Plant that Kills Lyme Disease Causing Ticks
August 24, 2022
New study concludes oil in balsam fir needles is effective in preventing ticks from surviving winter Written by CBC News. Photo credit @Amal El Nabbout
GLA Now Accepting Grant Applications
August 2, 2022
Grant applications to advance Lyme and vector-borne disease research now open through Global Lyme Alliance Global Lyme Alliance is the leading nonprofit dedicated to conquering Lyme and other vector-b...
The Teeny, Tiny Ticks that Cause the Most Lyme Disease Are Out
July 26, 2022
GLA-funded researcher Dr. Kim Lewis (and others) are interviewed in this important article that explains why tick exposure is so dangerous, particularly during this time of year. By Cynthia McCormick ...
Experience Life Covers Chronic Lyme Disease
July 25, 2022
Pamela Weintraub writes enlightening piece on chronic Lyme (Photo credit @ Experience Life)
Today.com Covers Author Nicole’s Bells Story of How She Lost Her Husband to Lyme Disease
June 3, 2022
By Nicole Bell, as told to Genevieve Brown on Today.com When my husband's cognitive abilities began to decline, doctors thought he had early onset Alzheimer's. We later learned he had multiple tick-bo...
Connecting the dots between Lyme disease and COVID
May 20, 2022
Photo: Catherine Brissette, UND biomedical sciences associate professor. Credit @ Patrick C. Miller/UND Today. To read the full article on UND Today, click here.
Lyme Disease May Cost US Nearly $970 Million per Year
May 16, 2022
Lucy Hicks wrote an article for Medscape that explains how researchers conducted a study to determine the true cost of Lyme disease in the United States. The annual cost of Lyme disease in the United ...
Valneva and Pfizer Report Positive Phase 2 Pediatric Data for Lyme Disease Vaccine Candidate
May 6, 2022
Click here for the full press release.
New Funding to Help University of Guelph Scientists Probe Lyme Disease, Biofilm Links
April 18, 2022
GLA has awarded $100,000 to the University of Guelph to study biofilms in relation to Lyme disease Improving diagnosis and treatment of debilitating Lyme disease is the goal of a shared research lab a...
Federal Funding for Lyme and Other Tick-Borne Diseases Triples
April 14, 2022
Bonnie Crater, of the Center for Lyme Action, provides the following update on federal Lyme disease funding. Nearly three times the funding in three years
Tick-Borne Powassan Virus on the Rise
April 6, 2022
The number of ticks carrying Powassan virus is at an all time high. Employ tick prevention strategies to avoid contracting this new tick-borne disease. With tick season around the corner, it’s not jus...
UK Study to Explore Why Lyme Disease Symptoms Persist for Some
March 10, 2022
This article, written by Elizabeth Chapin for the University of Kentucky, is important because the research will explore the relationship between B. burgdorferi infection, antibiotics, and the gut mic...
Virginia Tech Researcher Receives Grant from GLA to Develop Improved Lyme disease Diagnostics and Therapeutics
March 8, 2022
Assistant Professor Brandon Jutras, left, and research scientist and Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine medical student Mari Davis, right, in the lab at the Fralin Life Sciences Institute. Pho...
New LYME ICD11 codes & the Affordable Care Act
March 7, 2022
An update for patients and practitioners regarding the new LYME ICD11 codes It has been twenty-five years since the World Health Organization (WHO) has updated the International Classification of Dise...
Men's Health Covers a Man's Journey with Lyme Disease
March 3, 2022
Photo credit: Emily Shur. This article written for Men's Health by Mike Bender is important because it discusses the topic of men getting diagnosed with Lyme disease. Typically, it's mostly women who ...
GLA's 2022 Super Bowl LVI Radio Ad
February 22, 2022
GLA's 30 second voiceover ad aired during the 2022 Super Bowl on Westwood One/SiriusXM! GLA kicked off its 2022 radio campaign aimed at raising awareness for Lyme disease. We were able to reach millio...
What We Know and Don't Know About Lyme Disease
February 4, 2022
By Dr. Sam T Donta for Frontiers in Public Health, Jan 21, 2022
Lyme-Carrying Ticks Live Longer—and Could Spread Farther—Thanks to Warmer Winters
January 21, 2022
KPIXMINING/ALAMY STOCK PHOTO
Rapid Lyme Disease Tests Could Soon Be Heading to A Doctor’s Office Near You
January 13, 2022
Photo credit: University of Central Florida Global Lyme Alliance is funding researchers at The University of Central Florida to create a Lyme disease rapid test. By Suhtling Wong-Vienneau for UCF.edu
How We Pull (and Pool) Together Online to Help Others
December 13, 2021
GLA supporter and Lyme disease advocate, Ali Moresco, was recently interviewed by Shondaland. Between famous people giving to followers in need, and everyday people donating via online giving platform...
A Lab-stage mRNA Vaccine Targeting Ticks May Offer Protection Against Lyme and Other Tick-borne Diseases
November 23, 2021
Andaleeb Sajid, a staff scientist at NIH, wrote this piece on November 17, 2021 for The Conversation.
The New York Times Publishes Prodigious Opinion Piece on Chronic Lyme: How I Became a Sick Person
October 26, 2021
How I Became a Sick Person OPINION Piece in The New York Times by ROSS DOUTHAT The long-term form of Covid-19 has something in common with other forms of chronic illness — strange and varied symptoms,...
Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic on Reported Lyme Disease, United States, 2020
October 6, 2021
This Research Letter, posted in October 2021, was written by David W. McCormick, Kiersten J. Kugeler, Grace E. Marx, Praveena Jayanthi, Stephanie Dietz, Paul Mead, and Alison F. Hinckley on CDC.gov.
Andrea Bocelli to Perform at Global Lyme Alliance Gala
September 28, 2021
RSVP for the GLA Global Gala here. The GLA Global Gala featured on Variety.com! Written by Marc Malkin for Variety on September 28, 2021.
Study Shows American Dog Ticks in Western U.S. Are a Separate Species
September 28, 2021
The article was written by Melissa Mayer for Entomology Today. Rocky Mountain spotted fever spreads when Rickettsia rickettsia bacteria pour into a bite wound while an American dog tick takes a blood ...
UK Researcher a Force in the Fight Against Lyme Disease
September 24, 2021
The article was written for The University of Kentucky by Elizabeth Chapin on August 20, 2021.
Researcher Seeks Better Picture of Lyme Disease Cases in Texas
September 8, 2021
The article was written by Brittany Magelssen for The University of Texas at Dallas on September 1, 2021 Dr. Sarah Maxwell, author of the study mentioned in the article, is a GLA ambassador, part of t...
First Established Population of the Asian Longhorned Tick Found in Connecticut
September 2, 2021
The first established population of the Asian Longhorned tick, an invasive pathogen vector, was found in New Haven County, Connecticut. New Haven, CT – The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station ...
Biden Admin Says 'Long COVID-19' Could Qualify as a Disability. Is Chronic Lyme Any Different?
August 6, 2021
A recent article for The Hill stated, "The Biden administration on Monday released new guidance on how to support those experiencing long-term symptoms of COVID-19 as part of a broader effort to recog...
Electrocardiogram as a Lyme Disease Screening Test
August 3, 2021
The Journal of Pediatrics published a study examining the use of electrocardiographic (ECG) evidence of carditis as a diagnosis of Lyme disease. GLA is proud to have funded this important study on ele...
The Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation Announces Funding of Bartonella Research Consortium
July 27, 2021
GLA is pleased that Bartonella, an important vector-borne infection, will be the focus of research by this group. Despite potentially severe illness caused by this bacterium, it has been neglected as ...
The Efficacy of Antibiotics on Bartonella
July 23, 2021
A recent study examined the efficacy of six antibiotics in inhibiting Bartonella growth.
Is There a Connection Between Lyme Disease and Mental Illness in Teens?
July 21, 2021
Lyme and Mental Illness: Part II, Infections causing eating disorders and PANS. Written by Daniel A. Kinderlehrer, MD. for Psychology Today KEY POINTS Nearly one-third of all adolescents ages 13 to 18...
Explosion in the Tick Population Draws Attention to Rare Lyme Disease Symptoms in Children
July 16, 2021
Written by Erin Billups- National Health Reporter for NY1
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Baja California: 23 Cases and 8 Deaths
July 1, 2021
By Outbreak News Today
IDSA Retracts Lyme Disease Publication For Inaccurate Information on Modes of Transmission
June 30, 2021
Research has also shown that Lyme bacteria can cross the placenta, both infecting and causing harm to unborn children. More research is needed to better understand the extent of this mode of transmiss...
A Tick-borne Disease is on the Rise in CT. It can be Dangerous and You Might Not have Heard of it.
June 29, 2021
by Ed Stannard for Greenwich Time Not as well known as Lyme disease but more dangerous, babesiosis — carried by the same tick as Lyme — has been increasing in Connecticut in the last decade.
GLA Lyme Education Ambassadors and Staff Raise Lyme Disease Awareness
June 15, 2021
Updates on our education ambassadors and staff, who play an important role in strengthening our efforts to protect people from Lyme disease As we work together to spread awareness, we drive change. Th...
Lyme Disease and Mental Illness
June 11, 2021
Written by Daniel A. Kinderlehrer, MD. for Psychology Today Infections Causing Eating Disorders and PANS: Part I KEY POINTS Eating disorders are on the rise: From 1999 to 2006 there was a 119% increas...
Comprehensive New Study: Immune Response to Borrelia and Lessons from Lyme Disease Spirochetes
June 10, 2021
If Lyme disease is the great imitator, then Borrelia burgdorferi, the causative agent of this tick-borne infection, is the great educator. Sir William Osler, the Canadian physician, described as the F...
GLA Debuts New Radio Campaign
June 4, 2021
NEW RADIO AD: Global Lyme Alliance (GLA) has executed a comprehensive radio and digital media campaign, aimed at raising awareness for our mission to serve the Lyme Community. Listen Below!
Reps. Delgado, Smith, Zeldin Introduce Bipartisan “Stamp Out Lyme Disease Act” to Raise Funds for Lyme Disease Research
May 27, 2021
RHINEBECK – Today, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19), Rep. Chris Smith (NJ-04), and Rep. Lee Zeldin (NY-01) introduced the Stamp Out Lyme Disease Act, bipartisan legislation to raise funds f...
Important Study Finds Lyme Disease Bacteria in Brain and Spinal Cord Even After Treatment
May 25, 2021
A new study published in Frontiers in Neurology, led by Dr. Monica Embers of Tulane University demonstrated the presence of B. burgdorferi (the bacterium that causes Lyme disease) in the postmortem br...
Tarsus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. gets FDA approval for studying an oral therapeutic that prohibits Lyme disease
May 21, 2021
New investigational drug for preventing Lyme disease has been approved by the FDA for a study. The FDA has recently approved a study on Tarsus Pharmaceuticals, Inc.’s investigational new drug for prev...
GLA Radio Ad to Air During the Super Bowl
February 5, 2021
Get ready for the Super Bowl! Listen below to GLA's new radio ad which will air for 30 seconds during the super bowl coverage this Sunday on Westwood One/SiriusXM! Global Lyme Alliance · GLA Super Bow...
Historic Increase in Lyme Disease Funding Passed by Congress
December 31, 2020
The Federal Government plans to spend $91M in 2021 vs. $55M in 2020, a 65% increase in spending on Lyme disease. Congratulations to Lyme advocates in the U.S. who played a key role in getting historic...
Family Gives Multimillion-Dollar Grant To Fund Research at MIT for Lyme Disease
December 16, 2020
A family’s health trauma translates into a mission to solve a chronic health problem suffered by more than two million Americans. Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne disease in the United Sta...
Watch “The Monster Inside Me” Trailer
December 10, 2020
A look into what it's like to live with chronic Lyme. The Monster Inside Me is a full length feature film about Lyme disease, its effects on everyday people, and their hard-fought relationships. The f...
UMass Amherst Scientists to Develop New Way to Do Tick Surveillance
September 30, 2020
Scientists at UMass Amherst receive grant from the NIH to capture the outdoor locations of people with tick-borne diseases A University of Massachusetts Amherst infectious disease epidemiologist has r...
Yale Scientists Unlock New Insight Into the Lyme Disease Bacterium
September 11, 2020
Scientists at Yale have unlocked a 50-year puzzle of how the Lyme bacterium spreads harmful disease. Published this week in Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, scholars from the
Ranger Ready Launches New Clothing-Worn Insect Repellent
September 2, 2020
GLA's tick bite prevention partner, Ranger Ready Repellents is expanding its mission to stem the alarming increase of vector-borne diseases by launching their new clothing-worn repellent with Ranger R...
New Laboratory Test for Lyme Disease Could Be a Game Changer
August 28, 2020
ZEUS Scientific announces FDA clearance of its ZEUS Borrelia Modified Two-Tiered Testing™ algorithm, a paradigm shift in lab testing for Lyme disease. ZEUS Scientific, a leading global diagnostic solu...
In the Uncertainties of Lyme Testing, Lessons for Covid-19
June 19, 2020
The coronavirus testing debacle, much like early Lyme testing, is a reminder that diagnostics aren’t perfect. By Carrie Arnold, Undark, June 17, 2020
Scientists synthesise tick spit protein for first time
June 1, 2020
An interesting new study of tick evasins shows how they enhance their anti-inflammatory effect. Besides helping us to understand tick feeding better, these findings could be lead to the development of...
The Importance Of Being 'Tick Aware' As You Head Outdoors
May 15, 2020
Social distancing outdoors can come with its own set of risks—researchers say watch out for ticks. By Sabrina Garone, WSHU.org, May 14, 2020 People have taken extra precautions to avoid making themsel...
The Most Common Lyme Disease Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore, According to Doctors
May 14, 2020
The signs of this common tick-borne illness go beyond a red rash. By Marygrace Taylor, Prevention.com, May 13, 2020 Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne illness in the United States, affecting u...
Does more outdoor time increase risk of ticks?
May 7, 2020
Research Survey: With more people hiking during pandemic, ticks are hitching rides home by Allyson Mann, UGA Today, May 5, 2020 photo: Lone star tick (UGA file photo) When a woman posted on social med...
Rep. Chris Smith Letter to NIH and HHS About COVID-19 and Lyme Disease
April 18, 2020
Representative Christopher H. Smith of New Jersey wrote a letter to the National Institute of Health's National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Disease Director Dr. Anthony Fauci and Department...
Many Lyme Disease Cases Go Unreported. A New Model Could Help Change That.
March 6, 2020
By Carla Cantor for Columbia News Researchers have drawn on 17 years of data to develop a model that identifies areas in which the tick-borne illness is likely to emerge. The Centers for Disease Contr...
CDC Update: Pregnancy and Lyme Disease
March 4, 2020
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) updated its official information regarding pregnancy and Lyme disease, specifically maternal-fetal transmission of Lyme disease. The CDC now acknowledges that "Un...
First Statewide Tick Study Finds Lyme Disease in Half of All Deer Ticks Collected
March 4, 2020
By Siobhan McGirl • Published March 3, 2020 for NBC Connecticut Jamie Cantoni is walking through a dirt path. She is on a mission. Her entire body is covered in tick-repellent clothing. A white cloth ...
Senators Collins, Smith Urge Quick Implementation of Tick Act
January 13, 2020
P ress Release: January 10, 2020 Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Tina Smith (D-MN) sent a letter to the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to urge...
UMD Collaborates on New Dept. of Defense Grant to Study Tick-borne Infection using 3-D Models of Human Blood Vessels
October 25, 2019
An exciting new project by GLA’s Scientific Advisory Board member Dr. Utpal Pal, Professor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Maryland was announced. This project, funded by a grant from the ...
NIH strategic research plan addresses growing tick-borne diseases threat
October 21, 2019
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced strategic plans to address the growing tick-borne disease threat. They identified five priority areas of focus, including improving basic science know...
Interview: Talia Jackson and GLA CEO Scott Santarella on FOX 5
October 11, 2019
Actress Talia Jackson shares her personal story of being diagnosed with and living with Lyme disease on Good Day NY, FOX 5. She is joined by GLA CEO Scott Santarella. Talia currently stars in the Netf...
Progress in New Ionica Sciences Lyme Disease Diagnostic Test Funded by Global Lyme Alliance
September 18, 2019
Updated 9.15.22
Ticks are spreading across the United States
September 6, 2019
by David Anderson and Benji Jones, Business Insider, September 6, 2019 Ticks are spreading across the US and and so are the dangerous diseases they carry - video and resources