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Regarding Bill to Help Children with Lyme Introduced in House of Representatives
Regarding Bill to Help Children with Lyme Introduced in House of Representatives

New Jersey Congressman Christopher Smith has introduced a bill which could change the way children with Lyme Disease are treated by our government and their schools. The bill is called “Children Afflicted by Lyme Disabilities Act 2021,” or “CHILD Act 2021”. It is aimed at ...

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