Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Lyme Disease Statement

     Patients worried they may have contracted Lyme disease soon will receive a new warning when they go to the doctor, writes Danielle Gaines in the Frederick News Post. A bill signed Tuesday in Annapolis will require health care providers and medical laboratories that draw blood for a Lyme disease test to give patients a written statement. The statement will explain that current tests for the vector-born disease can lead to false-negative findings
    Lyme disease is very prevalent in the Davidsonville area as it is carried by deer ticks,  and this area has plenty of deer and also the deer ticks..

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