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Cosponsoring Legislation

HB2242 is a great step forward and with the new PALRN (PA Lyme Resource Network) developing and well on their way to creating an education forum for teaching Lyme and their website at www.palyme.orgoffering some very good knowledge toward Tick related issues. There are some great Lyme resources out there and I support most of them includingwww.lymepa.org in South Eastern PA Lyme group and www.ahope4lyme.orgat North central PA and south central NY andwww.lymediseaseassociation.org. We must all keep in mind that with this great step forward, we will need to keep in mind that the medical community is very much still in the dark ages when using outdated treatment protocols. The new treatment protocols developed by some new Lyme sciences and field proven study is something everybody should mention to their medical professional when seeking medical treatment for early or late stage Lyme and co-infection issues. Please let your House Representative know about cosponsoring this legislation. IN MY OPINION --- David R Thomas - Lyme Advocate


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