Over 1,000,000 have Lyme Disease?

1,000,000 people with lyme diseaes


So Ebola has one case right now in the US that has been reported. When we turn on the news that is all anyone is talking about. Every single news channel is talking about Ebola. Yet Lyme is a quickly spreading pandemic around the world, and nobody is talking about it? Why?

The Lyme community has lost many beautiful souls. Why are these losses not being recognized by the news? And even if you ‘survive” Lyme, you suffer for months, years or even a lifetime. Lyme is debilitating yet, the media, IDSA and CDC appear to be looking the other way, or maybe even sweeping it under the rug. When will justice happen for the patients infected with Lyme disease and other tick borne infections?

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From ABC News:

August 3, 2014
Lyme Disease
Hosted by ABC7’s Cheryl Jennings

Each Beyond the Headlines show focuses on a different topic affecting the people who make up the fabric of the Bay Area. What do you know about the disease that you could get from a tick bite? It’s called Lyme Disease.

At first, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control only reported about 30,000 cases a year. But, new studies reveal the numbers could be far higher… as many as 300,000 a year. Now, the CDC estimates that number could be as high as a million cases a year!

Here are deaths that happened in less then two weeks from tick bites:

Tick bite likely caused death of Hudson Valley teen: doctors

N.J. confirms Warren County woman died from state’s first case of rare tick-borne disease

Oklahoma health officials say man dies after acquiring Heartland virus, linked to tick bites

Girl Dies After Tick Bite Infection

Deadly Tick Virus Eyed in Death of NY Teen Who Collapsed in Yard

Second Death From Tick-Borne Heartland Virus Reported in Oklahoma
Read more at http://guardianlv.com/2014/05/second-death-from-tick-borne-heartland-virus-reported-in-oklahoma/#mbHV6kJCQgPMC5v4.99

The sudden death of an O’Fallon Illinois paramedic has left the community stunned. 46 year old Michelle Heap was admitted to the hospital Monday and died the next morning. Officials suspect a tick bite may have killed her.

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