HOPE FOR HEALING WALK
May LYME DISEASE AWARENESS MONTH
1141 Massachusetts Street
Lawrence, Kansas 66046
May 03, 2014
New Hampshire is taking a stand to help people with Lyme Disease
See the following videos:
JOHN DONNALLY, CYCLIST in KANSAS!
BITE BACK AMERICA TOUR
Track his progress at http://trackleaders.com/tbdaxc13i.php?name=John_Donnally&point=121
Changes made quickly so keep in touch at www.facebook.com/kstbda
CDC reports Lyme Disease is 10 x higher in number than reported!!! LYME OFTEN NOT DIAGNOSED!!!
www.facebook.com/kstbda (Pictures and results)
5K Race Results: Click Here
RACE PICTURES: Click Here
5K RACE RAISE $3, 050!!!
Wellness Festival Pictures: Click Here
WALK PICTURES: Click Here
AWARDS PICTURES: Click Here
Walk and Team Fundraising Results: $2,555!!
TEAM LYME STRONG! Captain Nikki Toon
TOP FUNDRAISING TEAM RAISED 1,600!
TICK-BORNE DISEASE ALLIANCE (TBDA) SPONSORED T-SHIRTS
SUPPORT GROUPS: WWW.KSTBDA.COM (PENINAH), RACHEL (LAWRENCE), KATHY WHITE AND ILA UTLEY (LYME DISEASE ASSOCIATION OF GREATER KANSAS CITY), BRANDI (GARDNER- ONLINE: MOMMA LYME)
LIST OF PEOPLE ATTENDING:
Kathy, Lyme Disease Association of Greater Kansas City, Overland Park, KS
Mr. Lambert, Rantoul, KS
Veronica, Free State Graduate, KU student, Lawrence, KS
Melissa, Olathe, KS
Bobby, High School Student from Central Heights, Princeton, KS
Samantha,-Courageous Survivor Award Winner from KSTBDA, Emporia College Student, Rantoul, KS
Janna,, Rantoul, KS
Peggy, Lawrence, KS
Present in heart and spirit:
Jalue, Salina Lyme Disease Support Group, Salina, KS
Pam and Kathy, Wichita Lyme Disease Support Group
Jack and Marge, Bonner Springs, KS
Brandi, Gardner, KS
Angela, Wichita, KS
Kathryn, Paola, KS
Our organization partners with www.lymetap.org and tick-borne laboratories like www.igenex.com to help individuals and families in Kansas to access medical testing and treatment according to the standard of care at www.ILADS.org Statistically, 80% of people who are treated with long term antibiotics get well in the first year of treatment. 20% will need 3-5 years of treatment, and a smaller percentage of this group will need open-ended antibiotics for life.
Yes, we have seen people get well!!! We want to cheer on our winner of the YOU MAKE ME SMILE AWARD 2012 and Courageous Survivor Award at the 5K Race and 1 Mile Walk! Hauna is a student at Ottawa University. It's a long race, but you are winning!!!!
International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society's Physicia Standard of Care
Physician Training Program: http://ilads.org/lyme_programs/lyme_training.html
Doctors and patients:
Patient Symptom List Page 9-10:
People in every State in the United States are being denied access to medical testing and treatment according to the Standard of Care written by International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society Physicians (ILADS.org). This Standard of Care has proven rates of decreasing disability and fatalities from tick-borne diseases by using long term antibiotics to treat the multiple bacteria infections found in ticks (1-5 years). Why don't doctors want to treat us, or say "its in your head?" Go to www.CureUnknown.com or www.UnderOurSkin.com
The Controversy on film in the Award Winning Medical Documentary: purchase at www.underourskin.com or contact the office to talk about setting up a showing in Kansas.
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Please email KSTBDA@gmail.com to help organize the
May is Lyme Awareness Month, Create Proclaimations for your city for awareness, help sponsor a Physicians Protection Bill, assist with health fairs, help create a day at the capitol. For more ideas click here.
If you are interested in joining the Board of Directors, Advisory Board, or committees, please email at KSTBDA@gmail.com