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Posted by clara

My name is Claire Bishop and I’m volunteering for theRidgefieldLyme disease Task Force. My aim is to get the word out about the forthcoming May Health fair to fellow Lyme sufferers.

Please feel free to contact me at

clairebishop75@gmail.com

Free Lyme Disease Patient Seminar and Health Fair

Tuesday Evening May 3 atWestConnWestsideStudentCenter6 to 9 pm

The Impact of Lyme Disease: Body and Mind

April 5, 2011-Patientsseeking support in their recovery from Lyme and other tickborne diseases will want to attend the free  seminar and health fair event  The Impact of Lyme Disease: Body and Mind  scheduled for Tuesday evening May 3 at Western Connecticut State University Westside

Student Center, 6 – 9 pm. Speakers include Dr. Robert Bransfield, president of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS), Pat Smith, president of the Lyme Disease Association (LDA) and Denise Lang- Grant, LPC, author of the bestselling book “Coping with Lyme Disease: A Practical Guide to Dealing with Diagnosis and Treatment.” The health fair, which opens an hour prior to the seminar, features practitioners, products and services specifically related to tickborne diseases. Health fair doors open at6 pmwith speakers starting at 7. For additional information contact Karen Gaudian at RLDTF@comcast.net. The event is sponsored by the Ridgefield Lyme Disease Task Force in recognition of Lyme Awareness Month.

TheWestConnWestsideStudentCenteris located at43 Lake AvenueExtension,

Danbury,CT06810. Driving directions to the Westside location and a map are available at:

http://www.wcsu.edu/campuscenter/main.htm

May is Lyme Awareness Month.

 
 
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