A national study led by a Perth-based researcher could be one step closer to ending the Lyme disease debate in Australia for good.
Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium – borrelia burgdoferi – passed on by ticks.
Prevalent in the United States and parts of Europe, it causes symptoms such as fatigue, muscle pain and various neurological symptoms.
The Government and the Australian Medical Association (AMA) have not recognised the existence of Lyme disease in Australia.
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