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Medicine / Lyme Disease #193074

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 04, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(New York: Jim Sciutto) The medical battle over the treatment of Lyme disease featured; scenes shown of protests in New York City. [Lyme disease patient Jackie ELIAPOULOS - describes her symptoms.] [Yale University School of Medicine Dr. Eugene SHAPIRO - talks about the myths of Lyme disease.] The minority medical view of the symptoms of chronic Lyme disease reviewed. [Lyme disease specialist Dr. Kenneth LIEGNER - calls Lyme disease a complex infection.] [At demonstration, Lyme disease patient Stephanie REISIN, Eileen McINERNY - worry about their treatment.]

Sciutto, Jim;
Simpson, Carole

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