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Resources for Lyme Disease

by in Jul 2007
Resources for Lyme Disease
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General Information & Advocacy

American Lyme Disease Foundation, Lyme, CT

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, Atlanta, GA

Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, CT. 203-974-8485 (Tick Management Handbook)

Greater Hartford Lyme Disease Support & Action Group, Farmington, CT
Lyme Disease Association Pages: Web siteDoctor Referrals, Jackson, NJ. 888-366-6611

Lyme Disease Foundation, Tolland, CT. 860-870-0070, 800-886-5963

Lyme Disease Network, East Brunswick, NJ

Lyme Disease Research Database, Asheville, NC

Tick Encounter Resource Center, University of Rhode Island Center for Vector-Borne Disease, Kingston, RI

Time for Lyme Inc., Greenwich, CT

World International Lyme Disease Emergency Rescue Network

Alternative Treatments

Better Health Guy

Lyme Disease Research Database Links: Herbal Protocol

Alternative Treatment, Asheville, NC

Research News

Columbia University Lyme Disease Research Studies, New York, NY

Updated Wednesday, June 13th, 2007

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