Tuesday, 27 June 2017 08:47

Helping who?

The WHO, the World Health Organization, has recently published a short video about people-centred care. As a Lyme patient you will find the idea appealing. In this blog you will find out how to help the WHO reach its goals and create a sense of urgency in its member states. Including your own country. 
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Thursday, 06 April 2017 10:23

The difference between Hell and Hello

The fact that life can be hell is no news to the millions of people worldwide, who are suffering from Lyme Disease, its co-infections or its many, many misdiagnoses such as Alzheimer's disease , Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis or arthritis. These people desperately want to get recognition for the disease. Why do they and what would it take to achieve that? 

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Struck by a duck? Burned because your water skis caught on fire? Have a bizarre personal appearance? Fortunately, the World Health Organization has assigned over 68,000 diagnostic codes to cover these and thousands of other conditions. However, while getting struck by a duck or a spacecraft collision gets you care, Lyme Disease does not. 
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