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April 2, 2011

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f New York City, NY (PRWEB) 4/8/09   She missed the 2008 Olympics due to a chronic, late diagnosed tick bite, which gave her Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Lyme Disease, but that isn't stopping this athlete.  Perry Fields is gearing up for a comeback and took a short break from training to attend the first movie made about Lyme Disease on Wednesday, April 1st.  Wanting to celebrate the movie and to decide for herself if the portrayal of Lyme Disease is correct, she had a candid conversation with co-writer and producer, Steven Martini.  He reveals to her his personal life inspiration for the movie.


New records set at Climb for Lyme (8/8/08). The Manchester Rotary Club in its annual bike race up Mt. Equinox in Vermont continues to raise funds for Lyme disease research for Dr. Fallon's Lyme & Tick-borne Diseases Research Center at Columbia University and for other researchers nationally. This event was started by Andy Holtzman and Stephanie Woolwich Holtzman in collaboration with the Manchester Rotary Club as a fund-raiser for LYme disease and local Manchester charities. This year's event was a particular success as reported in the Manchester Journal - Manchester center,VT,USA Sponsored by the Manchester Rotary Club, 165 cyclists helped to raise more than $20000 for research into lyme disease and local charitable causes supported ...

f Psychiatric aspects of Lyme disease reviewed in Psychology Today. (Weintraub, May/June 2008).

f Columbia Magazine features story on Lyme & Tick Borne Disease Research Center and the Lyme disease controversies.

f The Lyme and Tick-borne Diseases Research Center at Columbia University opens (4/30/07).

Established jointly by Global Lyme Alliance, the Lyme Disease Association, Inc, and the Fellows and Trustees of Columbia University, this Center was first envisioned in 2002 when two non-profit charitable organizations devoted to fighting the scourge of Lyme disease (Global Lyme Alliance and Lyme Disease Association) joined forces to raise funds to build a Center at Columbia University. For an article about the problem of Chronic Lyme disease and how it was perceived in the early fund-raising days to establish a Lyme Center, please read "Chronic Lyme Disease – is it or isn't it?" by Jack Lucentini in Columbia Magazine...

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