Lyme Disease

Reader Input: Lyme disease is unaccounted for

This is to add to the previous letters regarding Lyme disease. My son was bitten by a tick. We went to the doctor and he felt that is was suspicious enough to start antibiotic tr ...

Reader Input: Government priorities off

I was appalled to read the Reader Input from Frank Meyer of Wisconsin on Feb. 12 (“Lyme disease devastates family"). Why is it that the government cannot afford to save ...

Reader Input: Lyme disease devastates family

I just happened on this site by chance. My wife is seriously ill with Lyme disease. Her illness began in 2008. Initially she was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The ...

Reader Input: Taking a bite out of Lyme

I just got home from the Bay Area and found David laid out the Auburn Journal’s editorial column, “Our View: Don’t dismiss signs of Lyme disease” from Frida ...

Reader Input: Keep dangerous disease in focus

I was very pleased to see the Auburn Journal’s editorial (“Don’t dismiss signs of Lyme disease,” Our View, Jan. 18.) The Auburn Journal has done a wonderful ...

Our View: Don’t dismiss signs of Lyme disease

It’s a little bug with a life changing bite. Ticks carrying Lyme disease have debilitated many. Yet those who are bitten and infected often go uncounted or misdiagnosed for ...

Reader Input: Lyme cases go underreported

Thank you for printing in Friday’s paper Andy Lukkonen’s clever cartoon highlighting the danger of Lyme disease (Visual Viewpoint, Jan. 11). This is a good follow-up to ...

Reader Input: Lyme disease article a comfort

Thank you so much for your Jan. 8 article on Lyme Disease. I have the same story as many chronic Lyme disease patients do. The amount of suffering that this little bug can cause is ...

Reader input: Lyme statistics not whole story

Thanks for bringing attention to Lyme disease (Journal, Jan. 8). One point cries out for further explanation, however. It’s true that only a few cases of Lyme have been offic ...

Auburn women aim to help solve Lyme ‘mystery’

  Auburn resident Virginia Ward said she feels “a real mission” to help people with Lyme disease in the area. Along with Christine Ryland, they started a support ...