Why Lyme disease goes undiagnosed in Canada

London Morning

Lyme Disease Doctor Maureen McShane practices in New York but sees 95 percent of her patients from Canada. Dr. McShane tells London Morning that most cases of Lyme disease go undiagnosed in Canada because the standard of care for Canada and the U.S. does not consider Lyme to be a chronic disease.

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