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jblral
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TOUCHED BY LYME:

https://www.lymedisease.org/touchedbylyme-arkansas-baloney/

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Lymetoo
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Well, since there aren't any LLMD's in Arkansas, I guess no one has reported a case there. (Ha, like I really believe there are no cases there.)

I live 10 miles from AR, so I KNOW there is plenty of Lyme there.

I want the name of the doctor in KANSAS that actually found the Lyme. I am not aware of any LLMD's in Kansas.

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Well, even if we didn't find Lyme in AR, at least we've found an LLMD in KS! You could pm jblral about it.
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I know people who have lived in Arkansas forever, and their property is loaded with ticks! ANd she has serious neurological problems. Although she is a natural health care practitioner colleague, will she look into Lyme & co?? NO! Oh, well,nothing to be done there. I've mentioned it repeatedly.

I also know someone else who lived there for a number of years, who had long-term Lyme. He moved far, far away (Hawaii), because the ticks were so bad there. And the mold, also.

What a crock that there is no Lyme in Arkansas!

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I doubt jblral knows the name of the LLMD unless she has corresponded with the author of the article.

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just don
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I have known 4 people from Ark.

One had lyme.

MY science says 25% of Ark people have lyme.

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randibear
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ha...no lyme in texas either. cause every dr I've seen says so including infec drs....

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quote:
Originally posted by randibear:
ha...no lyme in texas either. cause every dr I've seen says so including infec drs....

Just wait until it hits them or someone they love . . . Except, sadly, it's unlikely they will connect the dots anyway, since they are so clueless. Not to mention the lack of doctors who will treat it (knowing they will lose their licenses if they do).
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There's a facebook group called "Arkansas Lyme Disease" with more than 600 members.

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TxCoord
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The question isn't "Where is there Neuroborelliosis?"

The question is "Where isn't there Neuroborelliosis?"

BTW - Just Don - too funny!

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