Dr. Daniel Cameron Video Interviews

As a recognized leader in Lyme disease treatment and diagnosis, Dr. Daniel Cameron is frequently interviewed by local and national radio and television programs, including CNN, Good Morning America, The Today Show, Fox News and National Pubic Radio.

NBC News

“Northeast, North Central U.S. Sees Surge In Lyme Disease, Study Shows. A study by the Centers for Disease Control says cases of Lyme Disease spike between 1993 and 2012 in Northeast counties and North Central states. Dr. Daniel Cameron interviewed.”

CBS News

“Lyme disease strikes about 300,000 people each year, according to new information released by federal health officials. The new estimates suggest the disease is 10 times more common than previously thought. Dr. Daniel Cameron interviewed.”

ABC News – Good Morning America

“Good Morning America discusses Lyme disease and the affects it can have on your personality. Dr. Daniel Cameron interviewed.”

CNN News

“News coverage on CNN News on award-winning Lyme Disease documentary. This film chronicles the controversy and debates surrounding the disease and its treatment within the medical community. Dr. Daniel Cameron interviewed.”

WPSU – Penn State, Conversations Live

“Each year an estimated three hundred thousand Americans are diagnosed with Lyme disease. If the diagnosis is confirmed early enough, the disease can be treated with short-term antibiotics. But if Lyme goes untreated, symptoms can progress. On this episode of Conversations LIVE, Dr. Daniel Cameron discusses Lyme disease with a focus on symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.”


” Connecticut has long been known as ground zero for Lyme Disease. Now, state lawmakers are taking the controversy surrounding Lyme Disease treatment head on. Dr. Daniel Cameron interviewed.”


“New York State leads the nation in people suffering from Lyme disease, a tick-borne illness that often goes untreated until it’s too late. Dr. Daniel Cameron interviewed.”


“CDC releases Lyme disease numbers. Dr. Daniel Cameron interviewed.”