Inside Lyme

An Expert’s Guide To The Science Of Lyme Disease

by Dr. Daniel Cameron, physician, author

Scientists seem to have opened Pandora’s box with the discovery of Lyme disease. We now know ticks were present millions of years ago and that Borrelia spirochetes have been infecting humans for thousands of years.

This book examines the findings of leading researchers in this battle between Lyme disease and Medicine. When Pandora spilled the ills from her box (or if you are a purist, her jar), something remained behind, and that was hope. And the goal of this book, Inside Lyme, is to capitalize on hope.

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This was a very complete and in depth book about Lyme disease

Rated 5 out of 5

The amount of information here was immense. Lots of case histories. Found it informative and helpful.

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So you think you know a thing about Lyme, aye?

Rated 5 out of 5

A must read for everyone that thinks they know anything about Lyme. I can not recommend this highly enough, especially to other physicians. The entire medical community must be made aware of and take accountability for some common misconceptions that are preventing timely diagnosis in the first place! So glad you put this into print, Dr Cameron. Wishing you all the best! Forever grateful for you and all that you do!! Keep up the great work!!!

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Knowledge is power

Rated 5 out of 5

I recommend this book written by Dr. Cameron. Considering how complex lyme disease is, the chapters are short, informative and knowledgable.

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This is fresh news about a fast changing subject.

Rated 5 out of 5

I liked the broad number of sources used for the book. Very helpful to people who have questions on Lyme.

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An excellent book for doctors and patients alike

Rated 5 out of 5

This is an excellent book that both doctors and patients would benefit from. I liked this book so much that I bought two copies, one for myself and one for my LLMD. I really l like the layout of the book. It’s different than any other Lyme book I have ever read. (And I have read a lot of Lyme books.) It really is a reference book with articles, case studies and medical studies. It’s very easy to find any particular piece of information you might be looking for and then to look up online the complete medical study that is discussed and referenced for more in-depth information. Every facet of Lyme disease and co-infections is discussed. My LLMD continues to research Lyme and other tick-borne diseases to help her patients, and Dr. Cameron’s book has a ton of very useful information all between two covers.

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Bonus Content

Bonus Content

Content that updates or extends topics addressed in the book: An Expert’s Guide On Navigating Lyme Disease

About the author
Dr. Daniel Cameron author, Lyme Disease takes on Medicine

Dr. Daniel Cameron is an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme and tickborne diseases. He received both a medical degree and masters degree in epidemiology from the University of Minnesota. He completed a medicine residency at Beth Israel Medical Center and a community and preventive medicine residency at Mt. Sinai Hospital, both in New York, N.Y.

His leadership activities include two terms as president of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS), and lead author in the society’s two evidence-based treatment guidelines. Dr. Cameron has practiced medicine for more than 30 years in Mt. Kisco, N.Y. He is a Lyme disease expert, writer, and public speak.