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The total number of cases of Post Treatment Lyme Disease (PTLD) in the US is high and likely to increase by 2020, according to a study published in the open access journal BMC Public Health.
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- Marie-Victoire Cosson, BioMed Central
- Marc Adams, Arizona State University, USA
- Bianca Brijnath, National Ageing Research Institute, Australia
- Noriko Cable, University College London, UK
- Jianguang Ji, Lund University, Sweden
- Ariadne Kapetanaki, City University London, UK
- Frances Kay-Lambkin, University of Newcastle, Australia
- Youcheng Liu, Wayne State University, USA
- Tim Mackey, University of California San Diego, USA
- Carol Maher, University of South Australia, Australia
- Isabelle Niedhammer, INSERM, France
- Mahfuzar Rahman, ICDDRB, Bangladesh
- David Rehkopf, Stanford University School of Medicine, USA
- Giovanni Rezza, Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Italy
- Richard Rosenkranz, Kansas State University, USA
- David Stieb, Population Studies Division, Health Canada, Canada
- Janice L Thompson, University of Birmingham, UK
- Michelle Turner, University of Ottawa, Canada; CREAL, Spain
- Dianne Stanton Ward, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
- Maxine Dillon, BioMed Central
- Rosie Brooks, BioMed Central
- Megan Barling, BioMed Central
Associate Professor Jianguang Ji, Section Editor of the Chronic disease epidemiology section, is a Senior Research Fellow in Medical Epidemiology at Lund University. His research has a strong focus on the influence of genetic and environmental factors on chronic diseases, with a main focus on cancer incidence and mortality.
Dr. Noriko Cable, Section Editor of the Mental health section, is a Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London. She works on social relationships, alcohol use and mental health from childhood to late adulthood as well as cross-national examinations of mental health.
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