Lyme Disease Incidence is 10X higher than reported

This translates to 30-35,000 cases in Wisconsin each year rather than 3000+ cases reported to the State Department of Health.  See the report from CDC for additional information.  http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/20/health/lyme-disease-numbers/?hpt=he_c2

 

 

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Dr. Susan Paskewitz is a Professor of Medical Entomology at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She is a scientist who carries out research on ticks and mosquitoes and the pathogens they carry. Dr. Paskewitz received her Master’s degree in Zoology from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale and her doctorate in Entomology from the University of Georgia. Her current projects center on the interactions between pathogens and their insect/tick vectors and on the ecology and control of these organisms.