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On January 26 – 27, Lyme patients and their friends, families, medical providers, advocates, and supporters from coast to coast will be placing phone calls, posting Facebook posts, and Tweeting messages to their Congressional representatives. The messages, which we’ll send to you in the next few days, call upon the government for a redress of grievances, a right afforded to all of us by the First Amendment.

You are not imposing or inconveniencing your representatives. It’s part of their job to serve their constituents, which include all U.S. citizens in their state or district. It is also our duty, as concerned citizens, to speak out together and call on Congress for help.

Our call for action will be based upon the failures of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the handling of public policy pertaining to Lyme disease, including, but not limited to: their preferential treatment of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, a private professional organization; their failure to provide medical providers and patients with ALL the available information pertaining to diagnosis and treatment by only endorsing the IDSA Guidelines; extensive under-reporting of the disease and misrepresenting the status of the disease; permitting a matrix of conflicts of interest and inappropriate conduct to exist in this government agency, among other concerns.

If you are on Facebook, you can track the progress of this national operation at this page:

You might think that your one voice doesn’t matter — but you’d be wrong! EVERY voice helps to increase the volume. We desperately need to be heard, and we need your voice — and the voices of your friends and family on Jan. 26-27 when we launch this national initiative.

Comments on: "LYME COMMUNITY CALL TO ACTION! Jan. 26-27, 2016. Or any day!" (3)

  1. DC Address: The Honorable Tom Cotton
    United States Senate
    124 Russell Senate Office Building
    Washington, D.C. 20510-0405
    DC Phone: 202-224-2353
    DC Fax: 202-228-0908
    Contact Senator Cotton:
    WWW Homepage:
    Twitter: @SenTomCotton
    Fulltime District Offices:
    1108 South Old Missouri Road, Suite B
    Springdale, AR 72764 Voice: 479-751-0879
    FAX: 479-927-1092
    [Map] to Springdale office from Google Maps
    106 West Main Street, Suite 410
    El Dorado, AR 71730 Voice: 870-864-8582
    FAX: 870-864-8571
    [Map] to El Dorado office from Google Maps
    300 South Church, Suite 338
    Jonesboro, AR 72401 Voice: 870-933-6223
    FAX: 870-933-6596
    [Map] to Jonesboro office from Google Maps
    11809 Hinson Road, Suite 100
    Little Rock, AR 72212 Voice: 501-223-9081
    FAX: 501-223-9105


    Washington, D.C.

    141 Hart Senate Office Building
    Washington, DC 20510
    Phone: (202) 224-4843
    Fax: (202) 228-1371
    Little Rock

    1401 W. Capitol Ave., Suite 155
    Little Rock, AR 72201
    Phone: (501) 372-7153
    Fax: (501) 372-7163
    Fort Smith

    1120 Garrison Ave
    Suite 2B
    Fort Smith, AR 72901
    Phone: (479) 573-0189
    Fax: (479) 573-0553

    213 West Monroe
    Suite N
    Lowell, AR 72745
    Phone: (479) 725-0400
    Fax: (479) 725-0408
    Mountain Home

    1001 Hwy. 62 East
    Suite 11
    Mountain Home, AR 72653
    Phone: (870) 424-0129
    Fax: (870) 424-0141

    300 South Church St.
    Suite 400
    Jonesboro, AR 72401
    Phone: (870) 268-6925
    Fax: (870) 268-6887

    620 E. 22nd St.
    Suite 204
    Stuttgart, AR 72160
    Phone: (870) 672-6941
    Fax: (870) 672-6962
    El Dorado

    106 West Main St.
    Suite 104
    El Dorado, AR 71730
    Phone: (870) 863-4641
    Fax: (870) 863-4105

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