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LymeHope Presents: "Lyme Disease in Canada", Fri Nov 3, Oakville, ON

Canadians Concerned About Lyme Disease

Oct 20, 2017 — LymeHope is thrilled to announce our first public informational event to be held in Oakville, Ontario on Friday November 3, 2017 from 7:00pm-9:30pm (doors open 6:30pm).

This panel discussion and interactive Q&A is designed for medical professionals and the general public who are interested in learning more about “Lyme Disease in Canada”.

We are proud to present the following guest speakers:

● Dr. Ralph Hawkins, MD (LLM FRCPC), Site Lead for General Internal Medicine at the Calgary South Health Campus, Clinical Associate Professor, University of Calgary and Plenary Speaker at Public Health Agency of Canada sponsored Framework on Lyme Disease Conference.

● Dr. Tim Cook, MD (FRCPC, MPH, DTMH, CD, LCol (Ret’d), Medical Director of P3 Health: Personalized, Participatory and Preventive, Toronto. Internal Medicine and Integrative Health Specialist.

● Dr. Melanie Wills, PhD, Director, G. Magnotta Lyme Disease Research Lab, University of Guelph and Co-Founder of the Canadian Lyme Science Alliance.

● Sue Faber R.N, BSc.N and Jennifer Kravis B.A, LL.B. Co-founders of LymeHope.

 What is Lyme Disease?
 Can Lyme Disease be Transmitted from Mother to Child in Pregnancy?
 Current Research
 Challenging Canada’s Current Lyme Paradigm
 Integrative Functional Medicine Approach to Lyme & Co-Infections
 Q&A

Please share this to anyone in the Toronto / Mississauga / Oakville / Burlington / Hamilton area who might be interested in learning more about Lyme disease – you can email or print the flyer and send it to friends, family, neighbours and your medical professionals. Spaces are limited so please RSVP at

Admission is free; donations gratefully accepted at the door or via the LymeHope website.

We hope to see you there!

Thank you!

Jennifer Kravis, B.A., LL.B & Sue Faber, R.N., BSc.N.
Co-Founders, LymeHope


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