We Lose Three Great Men To Lyme Disease This Month

“Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.”

Dr. Randy Ceaglske-  July 6, 2012  Randy was an integral part of the Wisconsin lyme community. His amazing research and devotion have moved the entire lyme community to the hope of a better day. Randy’s research has lead to connections between bartonella and autism. His research has lead to potential findings of bartonella as a precursor to leukemia and cancerous illness. His work was tireless, selfless and will ultimately lead to better lives for all tick-borne illness patients. Read tribute to Randy Here


William Geiser– Although William was sick himself he used to joke about wanting to start a shelter where people with Lyme disease could all live together. The day of his first LLMD appointment, his friends who came to pick him up found him in his house already deceased. LDUC had put together a shelter for homeless Lymies and decided to name it after him in his honor.  Please read  tribute to William Here


Richard Gerstner- July 23rd Richard has raised money for Lyme disease research and was instrumental in founding Columbia’s Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Research Center. “Dick” also served as the first Director of the Advisory Committee of the Columbia University Medical Center Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Research Center, co-founded in 2007 by this organization in association with Columbia University Medical Center and the Lyme Disease Association.  Please read tribute to Richard Here

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