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A medical professional's tips for living with Lyme disease.

"People with Lyme disease, and those closest to them, are encouraged to learn how to advocate for themselves. This website, and my educational podcasts, are meant to help with that process."

Cindy Kennedy, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner

Latest Podcasts

Episode 131: An Interview with Kris Newby

Cindy Kennedy, FNP, interviews Kris Newby, the author of the revealing book "Bitten." You may already be familiar with Newby, who was the senior producer of the shocking documentary, "Under Our Skin," which became a 2010 Oscar semifinalist. Her goal with the film and the book was the explore and uncover missing data surrounding why and how Lyme disease has become such a devastating, ignored and misunderstood illness.

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Episode 130: Lyme Brain and Inflammation

Cindy Kennedy, FNP, is joined by author Dr. Kevin Conners for a discussion about brain inflammation, where it originates and how to improve it.

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Episode 129: Why Is Lyme Disease So Difficult to Treat?

Cindy Kennedy, FNP, is joined by Dr. Diane Mueller, who is a Lyme and Mold disease survivor, for a discussion about the difficulty of treatment when Lyme disease causes so much collateral damage to the body and the mechanism of persister cells.

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