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There are some nice new flyers that are good for putting on cars, in mailboxes, etc in CT to tell people about the petition to AG Blumenthal.

Please spread the word!

Download them at www.nyclymesupport.org

This is what the flyer says:

URGENT!!

HELP LYME PATIENTS: SIGN THE ONLINE
PETITION AT www.LymeAlert.org

Lyme Disease
Petition to CT Attorney General for access to
effective medical care

Treatment guidelines now determine Lyme Disease treatment options. But the current severely restricted guidelines were created by members of the Infectious Disease Society (IDSA) who were found to have serious financial conflicts of interest.

Sign the petition to urge CT Attorney General Richard Blumenthal to step up his historic fight against the vested interests of the IDSA. Ask him to hold them accountable for violating the agreement they signed to fairly re-evaluate the Lyme guidelines. If ALL patients are to have effective medical care, we need guidelines that are developed without commercial interests or industry bias. If you are a Connecticut resident, please sign the petition and let your voice be heard!

Please sign today!!
www.LymeAlert.org

Online & paper petitions available

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