Experts at the front lines of research will share their work and discuss recent discoveries coming out of scientific exploration in Lyme Disease.
We will be discussing emerging next generation technologies and the impact they have on our ability to research Lyme Disease and enhance opportunities for collaboration.
This discussion will be focused on how patients, caregivers, and clinicians can collectively build a partnership to improving our understanding and our ability to treat Lyme Disease.
We will be discussing opportunities for how we can all get involved, make a change, and build together the path towards supporting, understanding, treating, curing, and preventing tick borne diseases.
All patients living with chronic Lyme are familiar with the symptoms of joint pain, swelling, fatigue and headaches. This patient workshop, led by Vicki Kobliner, MS, RDN, focuses on nutrition and its central role in battling these symptoms and strengthening one’s immune system.
We will give you a crash course in the basics of “N-of-1 trials”: what they are, how they work, when they can help patients choose between two treatments. We will ask for your input about important health issues facing chronic lyme patients and where you believe N-of-1 trials may be most helpful.
LymeMIND is made possible by generous support from the Cohen Lyme & Tickborne Disease Initiative. Launched in 2015, the Initiative seeks to gather the brightest minds within the research and medical communities to better understand and ultimately stop the rapid spread of tickborne illnesses. It has committed over $60 million to more than 25 research projects across the nation.
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