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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 Dorothy Kupcha Leland on Lymedisease.org. 

A piece of music representing what it feels like to experience Lyme disease and co-infections has won an international award.

Classical violinist and composer Dan Flanagan has suffered for decades–with Lyme, Bartonella, Babesia, Ehrlichia, relapsing fever, and Epstein-Barr virus.

Last year, he sought to communicate his physical symptoms via music, by creating “Ehrlichia, Rhapsody in Discomfort #6.” (Click here to read more about Dan’s story.)

Now, this remarkable composition has been given a silver medal by the Global Music Awards.

Read the full article on Lymedisease.org, by clicking here

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