- Lyme Disease Registry at Western Connecticut Health Network
- Mansfield Storrs CT Lyme Disease Support
- Hebron CT Lyme Support Network
- Lyme Connection
Confirmed Cases in Connecituc (We realize the number is much higher.) Visit Here
- 2019 – These Connecticut towns have the highest risk of Lyme disease, according to a new study
- Public health officials concerned about tick-borne diseases
- Connecticut’s War on Lyme Disease
- Final Report of the Lyme Disease Review Panel of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
- Global Lyme Alliance’s “Time for Lyme” Gala
Raises Over $900,000 for Lyme Disease Research
- 2nd Annual “Bite Back Against Lyme” Event
Raised Nearly $33,000 to Support Lyme Disease Research and Education
- Jenny Rush Joins Lyme Connect’s Wellness Support Group
Friday, May 8, 2015 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Ridgefield VNA, 2nd Fl, 90 East Ridge, Ridgefield
- Lyme Patient Conference and Health Fair
Western CT State Univ. in Danbury, CT on May 12. Dr. Richard Horowitz is the keynote speaker. Read all about it on our website www.LymeConnection.org.
- CT Legislation Updates Here
- 2009 Substitute House Bill No. 6200 Public Act No. 09-128 AN ACT CONCERNING THE USE OF LONG-TERM ANTIBIOTICS FOR THE TREATMENT OF LYME DISEASE: Connecticut passed legislation in 1999 that requires that health insurers provide not less than 30 days of intravenous antibiotic treatment, or 60 days of oral antibiotic treatment, or both. Also, insurers are required to provide further treatment if recommended by a certified board of rheumatologists, specialists of infectious disease, or a neurologist. In many cases, insurers have not requested this secondary opinion, and as the law states “not less than…”, unlimited antibiotic treatment is often the case.
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