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Farewell 2022! Happy New Year!
Despite all the challenges of 2022, we accomplished some major milestones here at Tick-borne Conditions United. This year we:
AGS Patient Symptoms and Experiences Survey
Presented our latest AGS Patient Symptoms and Experiences Survey results at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology’s 2022 conference (If you haven’t already taken the survey, please click here).
2022 Tick-borne Disease Working Group
Represented lesser-known tick-borne conditions on the federal 2022 Tick-borne Disease Working Group, for which CoFounder Jennifer Platt, DrPH served as a Special Government Employee (3rd Report to Congress to be posted soon).
Center for Lyme Action
Joined the Center for Lyme Action’s 2022 Lyme Fly-in to meet with elected Representatives and Senators to advocate for increases in federal funding for Lyme disease and other tick-borne conditions.
The “Red Meat Allergy” Panel
Participated in LymeTV’s Alpha-gal The “Red Meat Allergy” Panel.
The Tick that Causes a Meat Allergy is On the Move
Got interviewed for the New York Times’ article “The Tick that Causes a Meat Allergy is On the Move.”
Make your year–end contribution now.
Thanks for all you do to support Tick-borne Conditions United – we could not do this work without you.
Stay tuned for another exciting year planned ahead! We march forward stronger together than ever before.
We wish you a safe, tick-free, and happy new year!
Beth and Jennifer
CoFounder and Director of Advocacy
Jennifer Platt, DrPH
CoFounder and Director of Programs