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The GLA Science Team is pleased to present you with Volume 2 in our white paper series titled, Persister Bacteria & Lyme Disease: A Connection? 

Lyme disease is caused by infection by Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria, and antibiotic therapy is the recommended treatment. But some people continue to be sick even after antibiotics. Are persisting bacteria responsible for their symptoms? This in-depth look at the science describes current research in this subject, and weighs the evidence for and against continued bacterial replication.

 

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Director of Science & Research at Global Lyme Alliance

Mayla Hsu, Ph.D.

Director of Science & Research at Global Lyme Alliance