People who’ve been treated for Lyme disease and remain ill present a dilemma. Do they still have Lyme disease or did having Lyme disease for a time cause permanent damage or do they have something else?

During the Simmaron Research Foundation’s Patient Day, Dr. Konstance Knox, came down firmly on the possibility of “something else”.

Find out why she thinks many chronic Lyme disease patients may not have Lyme disease at all – and why some people with ME/CFS may fit in the same category – in a Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored post

Is Chronic Lyme Disease – Not Lyme Disease At All?

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