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Ann-Ohio
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https://www.localdvm.com/news/4state-in-focus/lyme-disease-legislation-in-west-virginia/1232680288

Lyme Disease legislation in West Virginia

[ 06-26-2018, 09:18 AM: Message edited by: Ann-Ohio ]

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This could mean a lot to states bordering West Virginia - like Ohio.
There is a video at the link above, and I like this quote:

"It leaves the ultimate decisions where they should be - with the doctors," Sen. Trump said.

"Not with the insurance companies, but with a patient and his doctor

as to what's the appropriate course of treatment for someone who's under a doctor's care.”

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Woo hoo! Way to go WV!

Thanks Ann for sharing!!

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Yes, Miss Anne of Ohio and I'll be Miss Pam of Kentucky. Let's see how long the neighboring states of WV, get a clue.

WV has very high disability in their state and I've always thought there was a big reason for that. Undiagnosed and untreated Lyme.

The powers that be ran out the only WV LLMD in Morgantown many years ago. I wonder where she went?

Pam

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