Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease Prevention

Every year, an estimated 300,000 people in the United States—including over 22,000 Connecticut residents—are diagnosed with Lyme disease, a potentially devastating disease transmitted by deer ticks. Although flu-like symptoms and bull’s-eye pattern rash are common signs, if not treated early, patients may develop move severe symptoms, including joint pain, neurological problems, and heart problems. 

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Lyme Disease Research

Learn more about our ongoing research programs and how you can participate:

Learn More About the Lyme Disease Biobank

Learn More About the Lyme Diagnostic Study

Learn More About Taking Aim at Lyme