This is a non-profit race dedicated to create awareness about Lyme disease and raise funds for the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Education Foundation (ILADS.org), a non-profit organization educating and training leaders about the disease.
This is a race dedicated to Alisa Garland Hipp and all the Lymies of Northwest Arkansas and beyond. All proceeds will go towards ILADS (International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society) who help train leaders to treat for Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.
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A post on Katie Couric’s Facebook page has drawn the attention of thousands of Lyme Disease sufferers and given hope to many of us who yearn for the truth to be told.
Dated September 3, 2013, Katie posted:
“After hearing from so many of you, we’re talking about Lyme disease on a future episode of Katie. Do you have or have you had Lyme disease? What are/were your symptoms? What do most people misunderstand about Lyme? Share your story with me below & you may be featured on the show.”
Friends, if you have a Facebook account, please go to her page and post your story or contact her studio directly. This is our chance to be heard.
The link to her Facebook page is here: https://www.facebook.com/KatieCouric
Attention AR friends! All the statements about “there is no Lyme in AR” are totally false. This assessment completed in 1995 by the Dept. of the Army shows, without a doubt, that ticks carrying Lyme are prevalent. So much, in fact, it was considered that persons in the Little Rock Air Force base region were at moderate to high risk of contracting it!
If it was bad in 1995, that would mean that it is much worse now, as the tick population as not decreased, nor have they packed their bags and left the state! Friends, Arkansas State Health dept is claiming there is no Lyme in AR. This is false. You may read the report at this link: http://lymeblog.com/LDRA-USARMY83-96/100.txt