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Seeking the Cure Unknown: A Report from the Lymelands

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The brand-new final chapter from the revised edition of CURE UNKNOWN,the definitive, award-winninginvestigation into Lyme disease

Since its originalpublication in 2008, CURE UNKNOWN has become known as a nuanced, groundbreaking picture of the intense controversy and crippling uncertainty surrounding Lyme disease, and the only book of its kind. Award-winning journalist Pamel
ebook, 40 pages
Published July 9th 2013 by St. Martin's Griffin
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Rosemary Cifelli
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I have not been able to find out
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this book or an explanation of the symptoms although very clinical it didn't help me

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