Wisconsin Mom with Lyme Writes Controversial Book

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A mother of two and founder of two Lyme web sites and a support group, released her new book, "The Singing Forest, A Journey Through Lyme Disease" today.

A mother of two and founder of two Lyme web sites and a support group, released her new book, "The Singing Forest, A Journey Through Lyme Disease" today.

"The Singing Forest, A Journey Through Lyme Disease" by author (and 14-year long Lyme sufferer) PJ Langhoff is a controversial, true story of one family's struggles to overcome discrimination and undiagnosed and untreated Lyme disease. Many people are unaware that Lyme disease is the fastest growing disease in the United States. This book tells the remarkable, but true story of Lyme's far-reaching effects on one Midwestern family.

When PJ Langhoff moved to Wisconsin seeking a different way of life, she had no idea how quickly that wish would be granted. Her family's footsteps into the realm of Lyme disease would encompass more than a decade and a half, and touch the lives of people everywhere.

Divorce, disability, discrimination in the courts, schools, Seppuku, Columbine, the Federal Government, Lyme Disease, and false allegations of child abuse and mental illness all weave a remarkably complex tapestry of circumstances that will leave you wondering what happens next.

Available from http://www.Lulu.com/content/298139 and coming soon to major book sellers everywhere. ISBN# 978-1-4116-9529-0 A must-read for medical professionals, legislators, and anyone having, or knowing someone with Lyme disease.

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