• symptoms
  • Because the symptoms of Lyme disease can be non-specific, vague, and changeable, parents and teachers may suspect them of malingering or making things up to gain attention. (borrelioosi.net)
  • Case studies are discussed whereby persons who tested positive for Lyme on antibody tests ALSo showed classic ALS symptoms including denervation, atrophy, weakness, bulbar involvement, dysarthria, ataxia and so on. (borrelioosi.net)
  • Article
  • The end of the article states that any person with ALS should be given the opportunity for a Lyme diagnosis based on these compelling studies. (borrelioosi.net)