LYME DISEASE NATIONAL CONFERENCE!
Doctors from around the world gather to learn more about a disease your doctor or vet ignores. What is the risk of you or your dog contracting Lyme Disease?
August 21, 2017 | TheDogPress.com
Do you know that untreated, uncured human Lyme Disease can cause permanently disabling brain and immune system damage, including treatment resistant autoimmune arthritis? If you thought Lyme Disease was off the radar you should be wondering instead, WHY you might have that perception.
Be sure to read the intrigue of Plum Island bio-weapons in the end-of-page display links below.
Lyme disease is a major factor in the bottom line of family doctor practitioners That’s where you go when you think you have early onset of arthritis. That’s where you take your father with what you fear is the beginning of senile dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. You better hope the family doctor is young enough to be aware of the human risk for Lyme disease if you live in CA or the Southwest instead of upper east coast!
You might ask your family doctor, or if you been referred to a neurologist or infectious disease physician, if they are aware of (or hopefully attending) the
Boston Annual Scientific Conference on Tick-Borne Diseases
Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Boston, MA
The Global Perspective - Thurs - Sun, Nov. 9-12, 2017
The 18th Annual Scientific Conference: The Global Perspective, Fri - Sun, Nov. 10-12, 2017
NOTE: Early Bird pricing ends September 8, 2017
Pre-Conference Workshop 1: Lyme Fundamentals Thursday, November 9, 2017
Pre-Conference Workshop 2: New Perspectives on Lyme Challenges, same day.
Click the Lyme Conference link above for registration information, lodging, and the entire program for the Lyme Fundamentals, or go to www.ilads.org.
If you have any of these symptoms of “Lyme’s disease, a tick-transmitted bacterial infection characterized by fever, headache, fatigue and skin rash that, if left untreated, can spread to the joints, heart and nervous system and cause severe, chronic health problems” see your family doctor for immediate referral to an Infectious Disease specialist.
If you are experiencing rapid onset of forgetfulness, disorientation, short-term memory loss, or frequent episodes of momentary confusion such as: where is the sugar? Which drawer is the silverware? Why did I come into the bedroom? Or you are driving and suddenly realize you forgot where you were going… See the Lyme-links below and be informed, then see your doctor.
If your gentle dog becomes aggressive, read Aggression And Lyme Disease by Dr. Bransfield, and the Lyme Aggression display below.