Asheville, NC (PRWEB) September 13, 2006
Lyme Disease researchers announce audio interview series with experts on the Lyme Disease Research Database (LDRD) web site. The series features Lyme-literate physicians, health practitioners and others speaking about the prevention, diagnoses and treatment of Lyme Disease (LD). Read more at Lyme Disease Research Database Donor Benefits
Interviews allow LDRD listeners to learn about the latest in cutting edge information about Lyme directly from the experts themselves. Among the experts in the series are physicians, medical educators and health researchers, explaining the latest studies and discoveries regarding the diagnoses and treatment of the disease. Experts represent a wide range of medical and health perspectives, from conventional pharmaceutical approaches to alternative healing methods and integrative therapies.
“Lyme disease causes so many symptoms, and it's probably a root cause for a lot of diseases that are considered incurable by conventional medicine,” says Dr. Lee Cowden, in an LDRD interview where he discusses cutting edge treatment of the disease.
Also included in the LDRD series is a conversation with award-winning documentary filmmaker Andy Abrahams Wilson, whose current work-in-progress is Under Our Skin, The Untold Story of Lyme Disease. In other interviews physicians talk about educating more doctors about the prevalence of the disease, and discuss the role of stress and the importance of detoxification. The LDRD interview series aims to inform LD sufferers and anyone interested in the latest studies and discoveries about Lyme diagnoses, treatment and relief from symptoms.
For additional information on the Lyme Disease Research Database, visit Lyme Disease Research Database. Access to the cutting edge news from experts on Lyme disease is available immediately.
To access all LDRD Press Releases go to Lyme Disease Research News.
About LDRD (lyme-disease-research-database.com):
Private health and wellness advocates have been gathering information on conventional and integrative approaches to heal from Lyme disease since 2005.
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