Date & Time: June 14th, 2016 6:30 - 8:00pm
Description: Meet in small groups or one-on-one to discuss Lyme and related issues
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Preliminary estimates released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicate that the number of Americans diagnosed with Lyme disease each year is around 300,000. read more
MN Dept. of Health
If a patient has an EM highly suggestive of Lyme disease and recent symptom onset (<2-3 weeks), B. burgdorferi antibody tests are not recommended because of low sensitivity at this stage of infection.
The adult life stage of the blacklegged tick (formerly deer tick) is currently out and feeding in wooded regions of the state. As usual, we expect blacklegged tick nymphs (smaller immature stage) to be out sometime in May and peak in June. For folks spending lots of time in the woods, repellents containing permethrin are very effective when applied to clothing.
Thank you to all the participants and volunteers the fundraiser was a huge success!
There was great music, lots of laughs and some really nice silent and live auction items to bid on too.
April 24th, 2016 6:00pm
Plymouth Playhouse presents Country Roads the Music of John Denver
To view pictures from this event click here - to see the entire album, click on "View album (77)" in the lower right hand corner
A special thank you to the Plymouth Playhouse and staff for making this event possible.
Learn about Lyme
The Minnesota Lyme Association is working to make people more aware of the risk of Lyme disease and other diseases spread by ticks to people and our pets. Our mission is;
One of the things we do to meet that mission is to provide volunteer speakers for interested groups who can provide factual information about Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases and how to reduce the risk of infection. We have volunteer speakers in several locations around the state. They are available by submitting a request by contacting our
Speakers Bureau Chair;
The accredited CME learning modules offered on lymecme.info are intended to help clinicians stay up to date with recent developments in this field. Presentations provide a concise review of the evidence, highlighting points that are especially relevant to patient care.
The new guidelines have been posted to the National Guidelines Clearinghouse
The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society has published new guidelines that call for patient care to be individually tailored based on patients’ response to the course of treatment.
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