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Bartenderbonnie
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In collaboration with the State of Delaware, Global Lyme Alliance and the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine, any physician who currently holds a medical license in the State of Delaware, are required to take the 'Clinical Guide to Diagnosis and Treating Lyme Disease and Tick Borne Illnesses.' This is a CME ( continuing medical education) curriculum.

This course was designed to improve participants ability to recognize, diagnosis, and treat Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses. It is intended to meet the needs of primary care providers-physicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners(NP) and physician assistants(PA).

Many LLMD'S and Lyme advocates are challenging other states to follow Delaware's lead. Here is the course ;

https://cme2.medpagetoday.com/a-clinical-guide-to-diagnosing-and-treating-lyme-disease-and-other-tick-borne-illnesses/75040/

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Who's teaching the course? Our foe or friend?

Is it a truth speaker or a Worm?

Pam

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The doctor teaching the course is Neurologist / Neuro Psychiatrist LLMD from NYC, Dr F.

New Hampshire has accepted the challenge. They have introduced New Lyme Bill HB 490 that will include physician training.

NO ONE should have to go through what we have/ are going through. Let's get these doctors TRAINED 💚

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