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Comments on: "Actual Bulls Eye rash on an individual from SW AR in October, 2011" (6)

  1. I’ve posted this to prove a point: IT’S HERE!

  2. I don’t understand why the government officials do not recognize that Lyme Disease is devastating. There is a course of treatments to help but the doctors especially in Canada are reprimanded if they do so. Why can’t the US and Canada governments recognize it is a serious problem.

    • I know, Janet. It’s just been swept under the rug for so long that nobody recognizes it for what it really is: SERIOUS! Thanks for your comment.

  3. artraveler said:

    It’s a real shame that this is even considered news! Of course it’s here!! What makes officials and others believe that those ticks observe those state lines???? It’s obvious (to most of us anyway! LOL!) that birds don’t say, “OH! There’s Arkansas, let’s take a left here so we don’t have to fly over it.”!!!!
    Seems like a no-brainer, doesn’t it?

  4. Hey ART! Yep, you hit the nail on the head. There’s other tick borne diseases, (see here) http://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/programsServices/epidemiology/Documents/10YR2010.pdf

    But look at the numbers they reported on Lyme: -0-!!!

  5. artraveler said:

    Pretty much disgusting! I see that other tick-borne infections are listed – both RMSF and Ehrlichiosis. Really makes one wonder when they say yes, there are tick-borne diseases here, but not THAT one!

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