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Movies:

Books:

  • Why Can't I Get Better?: Solving the Mystery of Lyme and Chronic Disease
    Richard Horowitz (Nov 12, 2013)
  • Cure Unknown (Revised Edition): Inside the Lyme Epidemic
    Pamela Weintraub (Jun 25, 2013)
  • Stanford Tick Study (See website)
Financial Aid Websites
Lyme Test Access Program (Lyme-TAP)
Helps pay up to 75% of first tick borne blood tests. Must qualify financially.
www.lymetap.org

Clinic of Angels
Patient assistance program. Must qualify financially.
http://www.clinicofangels.org

Prescription Help
Financial help with over 1500 brand name prescriptions.
www.prescriptionhope.com
Informational Websites

www.lymedisease.org - (formerly CALDA - California Lyme Disease Association)
www.lymediseaseassociation.org

Educational Materials

International Lyme and Associated Disease Society
This is a professional society for Lyme literate practitioners.
www.ilads.org

 My Lyme Data
This is the first national large scale study of Lyme Disease. https://www.lymedisease.org/mylymedata/national-study-chronic-lyme-disease/

Lyme Light Foundation
Their mission is to provide Lyme disease treatment grants to eligible children and young adults to raise awareness about Lyme disease.
https://www.lymelightfoundation.org

Lyme Aid 4 Kids
This a fund is for children who do not have/receive insurance coverage for Lyme disease treatment for children and have economic difficulties.
https://www.lymediseaseassociation.org/resources/lymeaid-4-kids

PA Parks Use LDA Prevention Posters
Lower Saucon Township, PA is taking an active role in educating and protecting park visitors from Lyme and tick-borne diseases. The Township will be downloading, printing, having available and posting one of the LDA's free awareness posters below in its park kiosks. The LDA urges all park managers to consider doing something like this for prevention.
Property Prevention: Tricks to Stop Ticks
Ticks are most likely to be in woods, where woods meet lawn, where lawn meets fields, tall brush/grass, under leaves, under ground cover (low growing vegetation), near stone walls or wood piles, shady areas, around bird feeders, outside pet areas.