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ILADS guidelines listed on Federal Public Health Agency of Canada Website
Groundbreaking news! The Public Health Agency of Canada has now listed the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) treatment guidelines - on their website - as one set of evidence-based treatment guidelines for Lyme disease. More to come, but we wanted to get the news out!