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Critics call for rewrite of ‘regressive’ Lyme Disease national framework

As Canada’s May deadline nears to create a Federal Framework on Lyme Disease, advocates are calling for drastic changes to a ‘status quo’ document.

News | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Wednesday, 04/12/2017 4:58 pm EDT
Last Updated: Thursday, 04/13/2017 3:13 pm EDT
Lobby Monitor hoto by Samantha Wright Allen
Sue Faber, left, and Jennifer Kravis have both been diagnosed with Lyme Disease. The two mothers came to Ottawa Wednesday to try to meet with Health Minister Jane Philpott to give feedback on a national framework for the disease they say doesn't go far enough.

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