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Ann-Ohio
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Forbes has a great article by one of our best, most persistent, journalist/book author advocates! Check out the whole article.

Lots of good people interviewed and quoted.

EDITORS' PICK4,850 viewsFeb 26, 2020, 11:23am

Tipping Point: The Resistance Is Gaining In The Lyme Wars
Mary Beth Pfeiffer
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I am a fire-in-the-belly country journalist who found a scandal in my backyard and wrote a book on it, "Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change." Government and medicine have systematically failed to diagnose, treat or prevent a spreading plague of ticks. And they know it.


https://www.forbes.com/sites/marybethpfeiffer/2020/02/26/tipping-point-the-resistance-is-gaining-in-the-lyme-wars/?fbclid=IwAR1q8g13Gyz4LvQIJ6EDR8YpnfN7WmS5ztnP_dmyFO1v7cRuwPxuVZsc XiE#6fd335e15d5a

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Thanks for posting Ann-Ohio.
Thank you Mary Beth Pfeiffer. Incredible Lyme Advocate 💚

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