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Kristina B TX
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Hi all,

My friend BettyG suggested I may have luck in here gaining support for activism in Texas. I have treated Lyme and coinfections for 7 years after going 36 years misdiagnosed. My four kids got it from me and we are all doing much better!

I began advocating 3 years ago and since resigned from working with the other two groups in TX and looking to make headway with legislating in Austin in the 87th session with my own advocacy group. There's so much more that needs done in TX and beyond than the current help available.

If you're interested in reading more about my group feel free to go to www.TexasLymeAlliance.net and click "sign up" to join my newsletter for additional information on how I am attacking the lyme epidemic from DC, to the CDC in Atlanta, and back to TX head on.

From the efforts I've had already the TMB and TMA are saying there's no problems been reported with getting treatment for lyme although we all know better across the nation. We need to get organized and reach all of our officials soon so they know we need their help this session.

I'm new in this forum so please reach out if I've violated any rules.

Thank you for providing this place to share, learn and meet other like minded advocates and patients.

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KMBauer

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KMBauer

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