• Lyme Disease Research Database

    Posted on May 30, 2013 by in Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Lyme Disease Research DatabaseWe started the LDRD to help educate people about Lyme disease. New developments in the quest to understand and defeat Lyme are continually replacing old news and attitudes. Here you will find an ongoing collection of the latest research, news and therapies. Listen to audio interviews with Lyme doctors, hear about specific protocols followed by healthy survivors of Lyme, and discover lifestyle support resources. Learn how we can help you. Benefits of becoming a member LDRD members receive immediate access to all the free resources, plus additional, unique resources, including the Lyme expert interview audio series, the Lyme success stories interview audio series, pro-active health and lifestyle resources to help beat Lyme. Learn more about becoming a member

    Hear doctors who represent a broad range of medical perspectives – from conventional to integrative therapies – talk about Lyme disease symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention. If you are struggling with Lyme, reliable resources will greatly assist you in your quest to recover. Learn more

    All of us who struggle with Lyme Disease can empathize. We see pieces of our own stories in other people’s experiences. We’ve walked through many of the same doors, and been in some of the very same situations. Although each of our stories are unique, together they can help us understand the common threads that can, eventually, lead us back to vibrant health. Learn more

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