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Sleep Quality in Well-defined Lyme Disease: A Clinical Cohort Study in Maryland, 2018, Bechtold et al

Discussion in 'Infections: Lyme, Candida, EBV ...' started by Andy, Feb 24, 2018.

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    Full access at https://academic.oup.com/sleep/advance-article/doi/10.1093/sleep/zsy035/4857241
     
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    This is an Aucott effort.

    I couldn't help but notice they cite 5% to 15% of Lyme patients go on to develop so-called PTLDS. The commonly accepted range, for years now, has been 10% to 20%. But there is a revisionist movement within some of the most conservative fringes of Lyme establishment to drop that figure to no more than 5%. I wonder if the range noted in this study reflects that influence.
     

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