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Lyme Brain: The Science and the Experience

by Jennifer Crystal At the 2019 International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) conference in Boston, infectious disease specialist Francine Hanberg, M.D. gave a talk about the causes and manifestations of “Lyme brain” called “Neuropathology …More

Letter from CEO About COVID-19 and GLA Community

The well-being of our community is an ongoing priority for Global Lyme Alliance (GLA). The current COVID-19 pandemic has created a new set of challenges for everyone, especially those whose health is already challenged due …More

Research POV: Lyme Arthritis and Peptidoglycan

Important study identifies the Borrelia burgdorferi peptidoglycan as an immunogen likely to cause Lyme arthritis in some patients   by Mayla Hsu, Ph.D., Director of Research and Science, GLA A longstanding mystery in Lyme disease …More

Lyme Education Ambassadors: Active In the Commu...

Global Lyme Alliance’s (GLA) Lyme Education Ambassador Program (LEAP) has been busy since it began in August 2018, thanks to a growing team of dedicated volunteer Ambassadors   Working together to spread awareness drives change. …More

Lobbying for Lyme Disease on Capitol Hill

Learning first-hand the power of coming together to get things done, as Lyme patients and advocates joined together in Washington, D.C. to lobby for Lyme disease research and awareness   by Sara Tyghter, Director of …More

Dear Lyme Warrior…Help!

By Jennifer Crystal Every few months, Jennifer Crystal devotes a column to answering your questions. Below she answers some that she’s recently received. Do you have a question for Jennifer? If so, email her at …More

The Leaps of Lyme

by Jennifer Crystal This year is a “leap year”, meaning that every four years we add February 29th to the calendar. This leap year got me thinking about the many leaps that are involved in …More

Why Is Lyme Disease So Hard to Treat?

For many Lyme disease patients, the bacteria seem to outsmart antibiotic treatment. Why?   It’s a hotly debated topic, and one that is still not completely understood – what causes the persistent symptoms in many …More

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