Interview: Lyme Disease Awareness

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EUGENE, Ore. — You feed them, love them and take care of them. You do whatever you can to keep them safe.

But here in Oregon there’s a chance your pet to lyme disease, and so can humans.

The Oregon Lyme Disease Network is educating western Oregon about this disease with an event this weekend.

The lyme disease awareness campaign is Saturday, May 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 7th and Pearl, one block from the Eugene Saturday Market. There will also be a flash mob at 1 p.m.


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  1. Sharon Lee says:

    Thank you so much for talking about Lyme Disease. Here in Southern Oregon, we have over 200 members of our support group. This is a big issue in Oregon that is going unnoticed and untreated. Everyone who has spent time in the out of doors or who have outdoor pets need to be concerned. Ticks can carry over 30 different infectious organisms. They are called the sewers of the bug world.

  2. John Paul says:

    I Have Lyme and four co infections I have moved into remission plus had my pace maker removed recently, Eight surgeries all to Lyme….., tell me to my face it doesn’t exist doctors.

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