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The Compendium of Tick-Borne Disease is available for purchase from Amazon at list price or at a significant discount at our support group meetings (you can also call our hotline at 610-388-7333 for more information) or direct from the publisher using this order formicon-pdf

LDASEPA supported the development of this reference book and recommend it for professionals as well as lay persons who want to truly understand tick-borne diseases.

“This book is comprehensive, readable, practical, helpful, and in more than a few instances, funny. I would be surprised if all readers, no matter what their relationship to tick-borne disease, could not get something immediately useful from this text.”

…Doug Fearn, President, LDASEPA

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Supported by educational grants from the
Lyme Disease Association, Inc. and the
Lyme Disease Association of Southeastern PA, Inc.,

 

A comprehensive medical textbook exploring the various tick-borne diseases (TBDs) will be ready for distribution in JULY of 2013.

 

856 pages in 34 chapters
Practical advice
Reasonable options
Common sense for all readers
Science plus compassion
All in one volume

 

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Link to the Author’s web site

This COMPENDIUM is PERFECT for:

  • Health care providers just beginning to see tick-borne illness (TBI) patients Veteran providers looking for new or creative approaches
  • Patients trying to determine if something was missed in their cases
  • The chronically ill needing understanding and support
  • Caretakers searching for novel strategies
  • Readers wanting to better understand the complex science of TBD
  • Those wishing for a comprehensive text covering the whole field from  pathophysiology, assessment, diagnosis, treatment, case management, prevention, co-infections, and guidance on living with TBIs
  • Readers desiring to explore ancillary and alternative treatments
  • Patients choosing to consider all their options
  • Physicians learning about successful methods used by others
  • Family members yearning for a practical, common-sense approach
  • Anyone hoping for a broader and deeper understanding of TBD

Compendium of Tick-Borne Disease: A Thousand Pearls was written in a way that allows the reader to feel they are not alone in their struggle against these complicated conditions and encourages all to NEVER GIVE UP.

 

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