Posted 7/27/2014 11:12 PM (GMT -7)
I stumbled across this on a lyme blog today. This article is from last year, but I thought I'd share in case anyone was interested and hadn't heard of it!
"There’s controversy in the scientific and medical communities about whether a person can test negative for Lyme and still have Lyme, says Telford. This latest research raises the question of whether patients with atypical Lyme disease—those who have symptoms but whose blood doesn’t test positive for Lyme—may actually be infected with B. miyamotoi, he says. Both are treated with the same course of antibiotics."
I thought it was interesting! I'm glad to see that slowly more celebrities, scientists and media are beginning to back lyme disease. I think this kind of finding is important, because maybe more doctors will take patients complaints more seriously from things like this!
Here's the link to the article:
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