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May 18, 2017

Welcome to the LymeBrave Blog! While we've been blogging since 2012 as part of our Lyme disease advocacy efforts, we're excited to share this new supportive space with you. We hope this will be a place where you can take comfort in the fact that you're not alone in your struggles, learn valuable tools to help you on your journey back to wellness, and begin to heal from the emotional toll of living with Chronic Lyme disease.

Here on the blog, you'll find previous writings--cross-posted from our various platforms and compiled for easy reading--as well as new essays and collaborative features that will be announced soon.

Stay tuned to see how you can get involved!

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