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Starting Small in the New Year

by Jennifer Crystal New Year’s Day is supposed to be a time of renewal. People celebrate and make resolutions for a fresh start. But for Lyme patients and those with chronic illness, New Year’s can …More

Podcast: Outbreak News Interview on Lyme Diseas...

Robert Herriman with Outbreak News interviews GLA’s Chief Scientific Officer Timothy Sellati, Ph.D. to discuss Lyme disease, the Tick-borne Disease Working Group, and the IDSA   Read the complete transcript below or listen to the …More

Hope For the Holidays

by Jennifer Crystal The holidays are supposed to be the happiest time of the year. But for many people with chronic illnesses—and others suffering in different ways—the holidays can be really difficult. If you’re bedridden …More

Top 7 Science-Based Events to Impact Lyme Disea...

GLA’s Chief Scientific Officer and Director of Research and Science identified the Top 7 science-based events to impact the Lyme disease community in 2018   Connection Between Lyme Disease and Depression GLA-funded investigator, Brian Fallon …More

Meet the Researcher: Catherine Brissette, Ph.D.

MEET THE RESEARCHER IS A BLOG SERIES TO INTRODUCE GLA-FUNDED LYME DISEASE RESEARCHERS MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST LYME DISEASE. #MEETTHERESEARCHER NAME: Catherine Brissette, Ph.D. TITLE: Associate Professor, Biomedical Sciences INSTITUTION: University of North …More

Together in Partnership: Giving thanks to an am...

With 2018 drawing to a close, I want to take a moment to thank you for being a part of our community. Your generous support—whether in research dollars, program participation, or simply standing in solidarity …More

GLA Counters IDSA’s Criticisms of Tick-Borne Di...

GLA’s Chief Scientific Officer Provides Evidence-based Rebuttal of IDSA Letter to Head of HHS and Tick-Borne Disease Working Group Report   by Timothy J. Sellati, Chief Scientific Officer, Global Lyme Alliance Last month, the Tick-Borne …More

The Value of Visualization

by Jennifer Crystal When I was bedridden with Lyme disease and two of its co-infections—babesia and ehrlichia— people sometimes asked if I had tried meditation. Usually, tired of unsolicited advice from yet another person who …More

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