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 Doctors helping Doctors (and patients)

Daniel Cameron, MD

Dr. Cameron is in private practice in Mt. Kisco, NY.  He is recognized for conducting epidemiologic research while practicing medicine.  As an author of practice guidelines, analytic reviews, and clinical trials, he is viewed as a pioneer in Lyme disease.  Dr. Cameron is a member and past president of ILADS (the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society).  He maintains a Facebook page and the website  http://danielcameronmd.com/


Thomas A. Moorcroft, DO

Dr. Tom is in private practice in Berlin, CT.  He is a global leader in solving complex medical mysteries.  He offers webinars and fellowship programs. He maintains the website  https://originsofhealth.com


Elizabeth Maloney, MD

Dr. Maloney is the founder of the non-profit LymeCME which provides accredited continuing medical education courses on Lyme disease for physicians. She has also developed similar education for nurses and mental

health providers. She has published several papers in peer-reviewed medical journals and is frequently invited to speak to medical professionals across the US. She has served as a consultant to private organizations and government agencies in the US and Canada. She maintains the website  https://www.lymecme.info/


The Basics

Easy to understand and comprehensive booklet on tick-borne diseases 





Lyme & other tick-borne diseases are usually treated with various antibiotics, supplements, and diet.  Some people have found relief from alternative medicine (i.e. chiropractic, acupuncture, massage, etc.). Some co-infections can require a different treatment regimen.

Recovery can sometimes take YEARS, regardless of the treatment option a person with Lyme and/or other tick-borne diseases chooses. There have been some cases where people have lost their lives due to complications from these diseases.

There are two different published guidelines when using Western Medicine, one from IDSA (Infectious Disease Society of America) & the other from ILADS (International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society).  Please see the links below to read their content.

Because our bodies were all individually made, not everyone responds the same to each treatment option.  You must make the decision which is best for you and/or your family.  If a treatment program is not working for you, you may wish to investigate another.

Treatment Guidelines:

IDSA - http://cid.oxfordjournals.org/content/43/9/1089.full

 ILADS - http://www.ilads.org/lyme/treatment-guideline.php

 Why it may be difficult to treat Lyme and other infections.  


Additional Resources

NY - Empire State Lyme Disease Association 


PA - Lyme Disease Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania  http://www.lymepa.org/

You Can Get Better http://www.cangetbetter.com/home



Tick Testing:

  • TickCheck.com – Affiliated with East Stroudsburg University

     What’s unique about TickCheck? 

  1. PCR-based testing technology with 99.9% accuracy
  2. Scutal index reporting – this analysis reports how long the tick was attached (if engorged), which is helpful since the longer the attachment, the higher the risk of disease transmission.

Labs doing Research Only – Not for Diagnosis

  • Bay Area Lyme Foundation FREE service - http://www.bayarealyme.org -
  • Drexel University College of Medicine, Center for Advanced Microbial Processing - edu/medicine


Global Lyme Alliance:



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