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Other Lyme Disease Organisations

Below is a list of other Lyme disease organisations and charities, working to raise awareness, support patients, educate health professionals and promote research into the genuine scientific uncertainties around diagnosis and treatment of this complex disease. 

Patient-led charities

UK-based charity providing support for patients and raising awareness of Lyme disease amongst the UK public and healthcare systems.

UK-based charity providing information to the public, patients and health professionals and promoting scientific and medical education and research into Lyme disease and other associated diseases.

Irish-based patient charity providing information on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease.

UK based charity that has worked to raise awareness by hosting scientific symposiums in order to bring together international researchers, practitioners and vets in the field of vector-borne infection.

UK-based charity focusing on raising awareness and funds for research.

The Tick-borne Illness Campaign Scotland is focused on achieving better treatment for patients in Scotland with Lyme Disease and related co-infections.

USA-based charity focusing on science-based advocacy and promotion of legislative change.

USA-based charity with a mission to cure Lyme and other tick-borne diseases through innovative research, awareness and empowering the patient voice. 

Medical and research organisations

ILADS is a non-profit, international, multidisciplinary medical society dedicated to the appropriate diagnosis and treatment of Lyme and associated diseases. ILADS promotes understanding of Lyme and associated diseases through research, education and policy.  ILADS Treatment Guidelines

A USA-based multidisciplinary clinical and research team with a mission to bridge the gaps in Lyme disease knowledge and translate their research findings into improved patient care, education and health outcomes.

USA based Lyme and tick-borne diseases research centre at Columbia University, with a particular focus on identifying better diagnostic assays, better treatments, and a better pathophysiologic understanding of the mechanisms of symptom

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