Enid Goes to Washington

Dear Friends,

I would like to inform you of a very important event taking place on December 11th and 12th (2017).

It is the first meeting of the Tick Borne Disease Working Group in Washington DC …

The Live Stream during the event is here …

I will be there in DC and below, attached, is a copy of my statement that I will submit and read at the meeting. This statement is also linked here, on the Lyme Center’s website. Please feel free to share it, that will help a lot.

Also don’t forget, the MV Lyme Support Group tonight at 6:30 at Howes House.  Phoenix will update you all on the recent ILADS Conferance Hellie and Brian and I attended 2 weeks ago.

Dr. Enid Haller
Phoenix Becker
Hellie Neumann
Brian Morris

Lyme Center of MV
Lyme Support Group of MV
(508) 560-1893

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Meeting of the HHS Tick-Borne Disease Working Group

US Department of Health & Human Services

Tick-Borne Disease Working Group

Meeting December 11 & 12, 2017

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Dr Enid Haller Speaks – Aug 5

Dr Enid Haller, Executive Director of the Lyme Center of Martha’s Vineyard, speaks on

Chronic Lyme Disease
Diagnosis & Treatment

Saturday, August 5th
6:30 pm

at the
West Tisbury Free Public Library

Dr Haller will present a review on the latest developments in Chronic Lyme Disease while bringing the Martha’s Vineyard community up to date on her personal experience with hyperthermia treatment in Germany.

Please come early to get a seat.

Dr Bill Rawls Speaks – Aug 2


Dr Enid Haller and the Lyme Center of Martha’s Vineyard are pleased to present Dr Bill Rawls to speak:

Wednesday, August 2nd
6:30 – 8:00pm
Howes House – West Tisbury

Dr Rawls will share an overview of the therapies that have helped him overcome chronic LYME disease — and have since helped thousands of others.

His new book, Unlocking Lyme, adds helpfully to the best literature on multiple co-infectious disease syndromes from Buhner to Horowitz in an accessible, accurate and and generous approach to building knowledge and motivating productive action.