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Welcome to the Lyme Disease Wiki!
The purpose of this wiki is to open up worldwide conversation on Lyme disease, and its possible relationships with other autoimmune diseases.

Working on 17 articles since June 2008.

About Lyme Disease
Connections with the Other Autoimmune Diseases
Connecticut Attorney General requires re-do of Lyme diagnostic and treatment guidelines.

In May 2007, Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal requires the Infectious Disease Society of America must rewrite its flawed Lyme Disease Diagnostic and Treatment Guidelines. Blumenthal found "undisclosed financial interests ... forcing a reassessment of IDSA guidelines ... [the] IDSA's Lyme guideline process lacked important procedural safeguards requiring complete reevaluation of the 2006 Lyme disease guidelines... [Blumenthal found] undisclosed financial interests held by several of the most powerful IDSA panelists. The IDSA's guideline panel improperly ignored or minimized consideration of alternative medical opinion and evidence regarding chronic Lyme disease, potentially raising serious questions about whether the recommendations reflected all relevant science."

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Lyme Disease Puzzles
  • Lyme Disease Puzzle 1

Is Lyme Disease related to Autoimmune Diseases?
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  • Lyme Disease Puzzle 3

Has Lyme disease been incompletely discovered?
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  • Lyme Disease Puzzle 2

Is Lyme Disease only a tick-borne disease?
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  • Lyme Disease Puzzle 4

To be added...
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Lyme Disease Theory
  • The Story of the Blind Men and an Elephant

A group of blind men touch an elephant to learn what it is like.
This story can be seen as a metaphor for Lyme Disease...
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  • Lyme Disease Theory 1

Lyme Disease has become fragmented into many autoimmune diseases.
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  • Lyme Disease Theory 3

Is the symptom of shedding hairs in Lyme disease patients...
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  • Lyme Disease Theory 5

Speedy aging in the nails is due to the sudden loss of melanin...
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  • Lyme Disease Theory 2

When we age, melanin is gradually reduced.
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  • Lyme Disease Theory 4

The sudden loss of melanins is a cause of Lyme Disease.
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  • Lyme Disease Theory 6

Speedy aging in the iris is due to the sudden loss of melanin...
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