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If you or someone you suspect has Lyme, get help from a properly trained doctor.

THINK YOU MAY HAVE LYME DISEASE?

Find a doctor who has been trained to recognize and treat Lyme Disease. 

The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Educational Foundation Society (ILADEF) trains the next generation of physician-scientists who will be future leaders in the treatment of Lyme and Associated Diseases.    

The ILADEF Physician Training Program, a groundbreaking project vital to fostering excellence in care for Lyme disease patients, directly addresses challenges in properly diagnosing and treating Lyme and other tickborne diseases. The Training Program provides medical and other healthcare practitioners the opportunity to study with Lyme-literate healthcare professionals. Through this experience, physicians develop the skills necessary to properly diagnose and treat Lyme disease. These professionals then return to their community with enhanced skills and the ability to provide superior care to Lyme patients, improving the health and quality of life for those that suffer from the most debilitating effects of Lyme disease. 

READY TO FIND YOUR LYME PHYSICIAN ?

Click the link below to get started  

Lyme Disease strikes one American every 96 seconds
Current testing misses 50% of Lyme cases.
It can take 2-3 years to get correctly diagnosed.

MEET THE VOICES BEHIND ILADEF'S 2018 SUMMER PSA CAMPAIGN

AS IS, featuring Alan & Stacey Schulman

Top 10 Billboard Jazz artists, AS IS, provide the music and voices behind ILADEF's 2018 Summer PSA Campaign.  Stacey Schulman has been battling Chronic Lyme Disease since 2009.  The couple have been active advocates for Lyme Disease sufferers donating proceeds from their music to Lyme organizations for the past 6 years.  The couple's title track from their latest CD,  "Here's to Life" can be heard on ILADEF's PSA.  All proceeds from the sale of the track have been pledged to ILADEF to support our efforts to train physicians worldwide.  Find out more about the couple's efforts to support the Lyme community on their website: