Children are at higher risk for contracting Lyme disease. It is for this reason that we work in collaboration with the Association Enfance Lyme & Co located in France.
They made a little prevention book against tick bites for children directed by Dan Le Baudet
It’s a beautiful story, well written and beautifully illustrated. Besides the originality of style, the usefulness of this book is not to be underestimated. Amédé and his tick.
You can buy it in our Boutique.
Very soon a new page !
There will be more information regarding Lyme disease at animals.
About Lyme disease
Lyme disease is one of the least understood diseases; it’s because, scientists, doctors, etc …, often have very different points of view.
Yet it is a disease that affects more and more people around the world.
Our goal is to give you the most information about this disease.
In order to make the right decisions, you must have as much information as possible.
Lyme-int association was created on February 15, 2016.
The goal of Lyme-int association :
Support the research protocols of
The prevention and information about
Moral and/or financial assistance to people with
Discover our program and our requirements for the “chronic” form of Lyme disease to be recognized worldwide.
New action 2019 – 2020
For the moment, we are sending a mailing to all the mayors of the all the cities of Belgium to propose them to place posters and distribute leaflets of prevention against Lyme disease.
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Since februari 2016 we have sent emails to all Belgian and European members of parliament requesting awareness for Lyme disease.
This resulted in the drafting of a resolution at the European level. This resolution was voted in plenary session on November 15, 2018 unanimously !
Additional codes for Lyme disease in the International Classification of Disease Codes …
Understanding the tick’s blood meal in 3D
Discover a three-dimensional exploration of the blood meal of the tick Ixodes ricinus, the main vector of the agent of Lyme disease in Europe. An animation produced by researchers from the Molecular Biology and Parasitic Immunology unit (Bipar), EnvA, Inrae and ANSES and their partners.
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