Links

Links
Use the resources below to learn more about lyme disease and area organizations that can help spread the word about the need for more research.

Daniel Cameron MD

Daniel Cameron MD
Dr. Daniel Cameron, MD, MPH, is a nationally recognized leader for his expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses. For more than 25 years, he has been treating adolescents and adults suffering from Lyme disease.

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ILADS

ILADS
ILADS promotes understanding of Lyme and its associated diseases and strongly supports physicians and other health care professionals dedicated to advancing the standard of care for Lyme and its associated diseases. By supporting ILADS you will improve physician understanding of Lyme disease and increase public awareness of the devastation Lyme causes to the lives of people worldwide.

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Lyme Buddies

Lyme Buddies

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Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease
LymeDisease.org is a non-profit corporation that is a central voice for Lyme patients across the nation through advocacy, education and research. Since 1989, LymeDisease.org (formerly CALDA) has been revolutionizing the Lyme disease arena in public policy, advocacy, and science. Our grassroots membership and state based on line network reach thousands, providing a powerful voice for patients across the country. We seek the hard truths, ask the tough questions, and are not afraid to rock the boat.

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Lyme Disease Association, Inc.

Lyme Disease Association, Inc.
In 1991, the Lyme Disease Association began as an informal group and then incorporated as Lyme Disease Association of Central Jersey, Inc. (LDACJ) in 1992 and then became Lyme Disease Association of New Jersey, Inc. (LDANJ) in 1993. It was formed by several patients and doctors-the Fordyce and Drulle Families were particularly instrumental -who saw the need to organize and fund research and educate people. It had first a regional then state focus.

In 1997, Pat Smith became President of LDANJ and it began to have influence far beyond NJ borders. She saw the increasing need for a national organization. Supported by entreaties from doctors and patients alike, the LDANJ Board of Directors in 2000 changed the name to Lyme Disease Association, Inc. (LDA) and changed the focus to a national one, which had a broader mission expanding research funding (LDA funded research has appeared in 35 scientific journal publications to date) and including patient support, e.g., LymeAid 4 Kids fund. At that time, LDA decided to remain an all volunteer organization without paid employees so that all monies would be dedicated to the mission. In 2011, 120 individuals volunteered 20,451 hours to assist with LDA programs. Additionally, LDA created a loose umbrella, LDAnet, where other groups could strategize and collaborate with LDA to impact Lyme disease issues nationally.


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Lyme Disease Association - Module

Lyme Disease Association - Module

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Lyme Disease Awareness


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Lyme Research Alliance

Lyme Research Alliance

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Lyme Disease Facebook Group

Lyme Disease Facebook Group

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TBD Alliance

TBD Alliance

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Tick Report

Tick Report

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Tired of Lyme

Tired of Lyme

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