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'Lyme Madness' is an eye-opener that will be helpful to others who find themselves grappling with Lyme and other tick-borne diseases, navigating an arena full of contradictory advice and adversarial experts.–Kenneth B. Liegner, M.D.

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Lori Dennis is the author of the book LYME MADNESS.

  • Paperback: 488 pages
  • Publisher: SoulWork Publishing (November 15, 2016)
  • Language: English

Available in Hardcover, Paperback, and ebook at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other online retailers

Distribution through Ingram for bookstores & libraries

Ever since her adult son fell ill in the fall of 2012, her only focus has been to help him get well. Little did she know at the start of this medical odyssey just how deep and unending this rabbit hole would be. While helping her son navigate his medical journey from “no answers” to continued recovery, she was determined to write this book to help others navigate this long and arduous path from illness to wellness—the overwhelming and complicated trek that comes with having chronic Lyme disease. She was also determined to provide a platform for other Lyme sufferers to have their voices heard in an effort to end the madness. A madness where millions are suffering around the globe while mainstream medicine continues to turn its back on the sick and infirm.

A Clarion Call to End The Madness–This eye-opener will be helpful to others who find themselves grappling with Lyme and other tick-borne diseases, navigating an arena full of contradictory advice and adversarial experts. It is also a clarion call to all to compel governments and their public health infrastructures to acknowledge the many problems with which these diseases confront us and to commit the financial, scientific and medical resources and the grit to solve them-- to end the madness. 

Kenneth B. Liegner, M.D. 

This Book Will Help Others Searching for Answers and Solutions–After reading Lyme Madness, it raises the question–what is the more powerful force, a dysfunctional healthcare system or a motivated mother who wants the best for her son? The problems her son encountered accessing proper assessment and care is a story we have heard far too many times, in Canada, in the United States and in many other countries. Many will read this book and identify with [the author's] frustration, be motivated by her persistence and gain some insights on effective strategies. One thing is clear, when dealing with an illness that is controlled by dogma and special interests, it is necessary to do thorough research and to be a tenacious advocate. I am sure this book will help others who are searching for answers and solutions. 

Robert C Bransfield, MD, DLFAPA 

©Lori Dennis, MA, RP  2017–Author, speaker, therapist based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada • website by Joan Holman Productions–www.holman.com