i have had multiple, painfull symptoms for almost 3 years now. have been to what i'm told are the best hospitals availiable ? robert wood johnson , ctca , john hopkins , and many specialists. i was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma about 2 years ago, but am told that it is not causing any of my symptoms.(worst are many different abdominal pains) also , joint pain, and classic lyme symptoms, but the lyme specialists don't think my problems are lyme related? my oncologist just prescribes pain pills that don't help much? does anyone know of a doctor that specializes in diagnosing the undiagnosable. thanks very much, dan
hey dan, i know of a lyme specialist Dr. Debra K. Strauss
339 North Main Street,
New City, New York (NY) my sister had lyme,my husband,mom,and now my son is being tested.nj is #1 for that.make sure you check her out in this field good luck and feel better.
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