Question: How many people in your immediate family, besides you,
also have Lyme Disease?
- Total Polled: 58 -
- A little less than half of the people polled have at least
1 family member with lyme disease as well
Provocative Question: Why is it not uncommon for more than 1 family
member to have Lyme Disease? What is the correlation?
- 39.7% of the people polled are fighting Lyme Disease with at least 1 family member who is also positive. 60% are enduring Lyme alone.
Provocative question: Is it easier to endure Lyme Disease when another family member has it?
- It's not common but it does happen in which a large amount
of immediate family members have Lyme.
- 1 out of every 29 people polled have 4 or more members in their
immedaite family, besides them, with Lyme Disease.
Provocative Question: What are the reasons as to why such a large portion of an immediate family contracts Lyme Disease? Is it location? Is it a tendency to be outdoors more?
Or is it that the right doctor has yet to be found?
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