A Canadian Website and Forum for Lyme Disease
The Dr. E. Murakami Centre for Lyme Research, Education and Assistance was founded by Dr. E. K. Murakami and operates as a not-for-profit Corporation. We hold charitable status as registered with the Canadian Government, thereby allowing us to issue charitable tax receipts. Dr. Murakami’s passion for providing effective and life-saving treatment plans to victims of Lyme disease has been the core of the Centre’s existence. His unending devotion to the wellness of all sufferers and his passion for bringing truth and justice to Canadians alike are the driving force behind the inception of the Centre. Our mission is simple. To provide unbiased, double blind, peer reviewed facts on Lyme and Co-Infections to those who need to know; doctors and patients alike. To educate the people in the Medical Community on research findings and facts surrounding Lyme and its co-infections. To offer support to sufferers and families of Lyme patients on an on-going basis, and most importantly, to work with governing bodies and assist in making permanent changes to ouLymeChat Forum.htmr existing protocols for the diagnosis and treatment plans for Lyme in Canada. Dr. Murakami would like this to be his lasting legacy; an organization that will continue the fight in his name, and funded by his efforts. The Society thanks you, on his behalf, for your support and belief in his efforts and his fight for Lyme in Canada.
Our mission is advocacy, education of the public, education of health care professionals and Lyme and associated disease research. Empire State is based in Manorville, NY and is active in local, state, and national issues. There is a desperate need for public awareness of tick-borne illnesses.
ILADS is a nonprofit, international, multi-disciplinary medical society, dedicated to the diagnosis and appropriate treatment of Lyme and its associated diseases. ILADS promotes understanding of Lyme and its associated diseases through research and education and strongly supports physicians and other health care professionals dedicated to advancing the standard of care for Lyme and its associated diseases.
The Lyme Disease Association began as Lyme Disease Association of Central Jersey, Inc. (LDACJ) in 1992 and then became Lyme Disease Association of New Jersey, Inc. (LDANJ) in 1993. It was formed by several patients and doctors─ the Fordyce and Drulle Families were particularly instrumental ─who saw the need to organize and fund research and educate people. It had first a regional then state focus.
The Lyme Disease United Coalition is an all volunteer 501© (3) corporation-tax exempt. The mission of the Lyme Disease United Coalition (LDUC) is to advocate for patients who have tick-borne illness resulting in Lyme Disease (Ld), Babesia, Bartonella, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, or Ehrlichia. The care of the Ld patient is our number one priority , throughout the United States and the remainder of the world. The LDUC’s purpose, secondarily, is to educate the public and physicians regarding the emergence of tick-borne illness throughout the world. ~Judith Weeg,President LDUC.
LymeDisease.org is a non-profit corporation that is a central voice for Lyme patients across the nation through advocacy, education and research. Since 1989, LymeDisease.org (formerly CALDA) has been revolutionizing the Lyme disease arena in public policy, advocacy, and science. Our grassroots membership and state based on line network reach thousands, providing a powerful voice for patients across the country. We seek the hard truths, ask the tough questions, and are not afraid to rock the boat.
The Lyme Support Network is a non-profit service organization dedicated to making a difference by building awareness of Lyme Disease within our community. Our primary goal is to serve as a support group for people with Lyme Disease and / or other tick-borne diseases. Our work also includes advocacy to help increase the level of knowledge and understanding of Lyme Disease among the general public and the medical community.
Public Health Alert (PHA) is a newspaper committed to researching and investigating Lyme Disease and other chronic illnesses in the United States. We have joined forces and informational resources with local and nation wide support group leaders. These groups include the chronic illnesses of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Lou Gherig’s Disease (ALS), Lupus, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Fibromyalgia (FMS), and various other illnesses of unknown origins. Public Health Alert seeks to bring information and awareness about these illnesses to the public attention as well as a broad base of health and nutritional news. We seek to make sure that anyone struggling with these diseases has proper support emotionally, physically, spiritually, mentally, and medically. PHA is a free monthly newspaper. We function on the sale of advertising space and donations from the public. We have nationwide distribution.
Formerly known as Turn The Corner, Dynamic, inclusive and passionate, the Tick-Borne Disease Alliance is dedicated to raising awareness, promoting advocacy and supporting initiatives to find a cure for tick-borne diseases, including Lyme.
” Wisconsin Lyme Network is a statewide nonprofit organization whose mission is to raise awareness, provide education and support, and promote research for vector-borne illnesses to the patients, medical community and the general population in Wisconsin.”