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Ann-Ohio
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Is this one good? Seems to have good info.
https://www.mdlab.com/pdf/lyme_disease_testing.pdf

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MDLab is one of the very oldest Lyme diagnostic labs. It has always been considered to be quite good -- although Igenex is more popular among Lyme patients, probably because Dr. Nick Harriss who started Igenex was known to spend a lot of time on the phone with Lyme patients who had questions, especially back when there weren't very many reliable internet resources about Lyme disease.
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Thanks, TX LymeMom!
I thought the link I posted was excellent, but always trust people here to know the real story.

I agree that Igenex is the best. Spent some time on the phone with Dr. Harris back in the day! His son who had severe Lyme disease as a youngster became a physician.

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