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Thanks to bottom-up, community-led efforts with Lyme Innovation, the community crowdsourced a collective wisdom to identify “Top 10 Lyme Disease Research Questions” for advancing the field.

These 10 LymeX tiles build upon prior crowdsourcing efforts. Which of the priorities, framed as questions, resonate with you the most? Vote for as many as you like by pressing the 'thumbs up' icon.

Credit goes to LymeDisease.org for developing a community survey, crowdsourcing responses, and originally producing these 10 questions through Lyme innovation.

 

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Co-infections

How do co-infections affect the immune response and course of illness in patients with Lyme Disease?

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Triggers

What triggers reactivate chronic/late stage Lyme disease or co-infections after remission?

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Diagnostic Test

What direct diagnostic test would be both highly sensitive and specific for Lyme disease and co-infections?

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Effective Treatment

What is the most effective treatment protocol to restore health to patients with Lyme disease?

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Delayed Diagnosis

What is the impact of delayed diagnosis on the course of Lyme disease?

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Natural Therapies

Which natural therapies and protocols are most effective?

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Other Diseases

What other diseases (e.g. MS, Parkinson's) may be caused by Lyme disease?

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Rehabilitating the Brain

What are the most effective methods for rehabilitating the brain in neurologic Lyme Disease?

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Chronic Lyme disease

Why do some people develop chronic Lyme disease after antibiotic treatment?

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Tailoring for Specific Symptoms

Are treatment regimes tailored for specific symptoms more effective (e.g. neurological)?

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