Utah Lyme Disease Alliance
South Jordan Library
10673 Redwood Road
Encompassing the 300+ strains of Borreliosis throughout the world including Borrelia Hermsii (Utah Strain!) and other Tick-Borne & Insect Co-infections such as; Q-Fever (a well known disease in Utah!), Babesia, Bartonella, Ehrlichia, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (Rickettsia), Tularemia, Colorado Tick Fever, Mycoplasma and more.
Special Presentation by
Amy Smith of
Cell Vitality-Draper, Utah
Lyme Disease is often Misdiagnosed as:
- Parkinson's Disease
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Psychiatric Issues
- Chronic Fatigue
If you or someone you know is suffering from Lyme (Borreliosis), or Lyme symptoms and Co-infections,
please contact us! We want to help.
Lyme disease, scientific name
BORRELIOSIS, IS FOUND here in Utah.
It is also prevalent across the United States
and throughout the world.
Ticks know No Borders and Respect No Boundaries.
A patient's county of residence does not accurately reflect his or her Lyme disease risk because people travel, pets travel, and ticks travel. This creates a dynamic situation with many opportunities for exposure to Lyme disease for each individual.
The LDS Church announced changes to its dress policy to help protect missionaries from biting insects that spread diseases. The Church also announced it will pay for permethrin insecticide solution and DEET-containing insect repellent for all missionaries worldwide.
Thanks to a very generous donation by YESCO and the Mike Young family, four electronic billboards like the one pictured are active along the Wasatch Front through June and July.
2016 Utah Lyme Newsletters