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We’re thrilled to have had a full house at the first ever Lyme & Tick-Borne Disease Summit on October 20 & 21, 2022.  MDs, scientists, PAs, NPs, vets, funders, patients and more. So much listening, so many conversations, so much learning!

“”Great conference!…This should be an annual event!…information was both clinically relevant and comprehensible to non providers…

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calendarDecember 20, 2022

PSA – Ticks Don’t Go South for the Winter

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Development Director

Under the leadership of the Executive Director, the Development Director will help build and implement a comprehensive fundraising strategy to further the purpose and goals of the CNY Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Alliance (Alliance). Full Job Description Title: DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR – Full-time POSITION SUMMARY Under the leadership of the Executive Director, the Development Director will... Read More

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Next Lyme & Tick-Borne Disease Support Group March 15th

Join us for our monthly Lyme & Tick-Borne Disease Support Group! The CNY Lyme & Tick-Borne Disease Alliance Support Group is a group of individuals who come together to share their experience, strength and hope of their journeys with each other. Our purpose is to support and educate those with or around tick-borne diseases and... Read More

Who is Affected?


Hikers, campers, children, adults, landscapers, gardeners, lawnmowers, farmers, pet owners, hunters, everyone. If you step outside and walk across the grass to your mailbox, if you're inside and open the door to let the dog in, if you live in a city or suburbs, if you're playing golf or soccer. Everyone is affected.

Learn About Lyme

I've been bitten by a tick

Do you think or know that you've been bitten by a tick? View our resources page for prevention tips as well as treatment options available to you.

Untreated Lyme disease can produce a wide range of symptoms, depending on the stage of infection. These include fever, rash, facial paralysis and arthritis. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides a quick guide of common symptoms to look for in early and late-stage Lyme disease.