In May for Lyme Awareness Month, the Madison Lyme Support Group is showing Under Our Skin to educate others about Lyme Disease and Tick Borne Illness.

A gripping tale of microbes, medicine, and money, it exposes the hidden story of Lyme disease, one of the most controversial and fastest growing epidemics of our time.

When:  Saturday, May 6 at 2pm

Where:  East Madison Police Station, 809 South Thompson Drive, Madison, WI

Why:  To learn about Lyme Disease and other tick borne illness. Q & A will follow.

Parking:  Please refer to map  east-dist-parking-visitor-parking.  No parking allowed in red areas.  You may park in the dotted yellow areas, in-between the light poles and in the last row under the red, as well as on the road leading up to the station.


Mike Nickel watched his healthy son become wheelchair bound with LD. After going through the frustrating process of trying to get him a diagnosis and proper treatment, he founded the Wisconsin Lyme On-line Support Group to help others in 2012.  He is also a founder and past president of the Wisconsin Lyme Network.

Alicia Cashman first found out her dog had LD, followed by her husband, and then she came down with full-blown symptoms and a diagnosis. She started running the Madison Lyme Support Group when its predecessor stepped down in 2014. She is also a member of the Lyme Disease Association, and is on the Tick IPM Working Group.

Come learn about the #1 Vector Borne Illness in the U.S. nearing 400,000 new cases a year with Wisconsin ranked 6th in the nation. You can get this in your back yard.


Please copy and distribute the flyer:  UOS Flyer *

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