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Hello,
We just received my father's results - he tested positive for Lyme disease. We are told that current neuro is not an expert in this area and should find someone else. That after a year has gone by without anyone suggesting we do that test. Had it not been for all the information and exchanges on this forum, which prompted me to do a research on Lyme disease, I would never have thought about it or urged my father to do the test.
Now I am going to search for Lyme specialist - my initial thought is for the doctor in Pensylvania? Any suggestions, PLEASE?
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