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Debi Collins is a Chittenango, NY resident who became a Lyme patient advocate after being infected with Lyme disease and Bartonella. She co-founded CNY Lyme Support in January 2011 along with three others whose lives had been affected by Lyme disease. They meet on the first Sunday of the month at Sullivan Free Library in Chittenango.

The photo above is Debi and Rod having a coffee break at Burger King on their 25th anniversary which they spent working on their 1843 home.

Debi helps run a fabulous support group and I learn more every time I go. Central New York Lyme Support email:


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Lyme Ninjas

I’ve been talking to people with Lyme from all over the country. I am always amazed by how knowledgeable and educated they are about Lyme. Some are passionate about gathering political support. Some are passionate about alternative treatments. Some are passionate about helping others. They all share a deep commitment to make their pain and suffering a positive contribution to the world. That’s why I call them Lyme Ninjas.

Below are the most recent Lyme Ninja interviews.

M.M. Drymon, PhD is an historian and writer who lives on the coast of Maine. With an extensive background as a museum educator and curator,she has interests in the Landscape Change, History of Witches, Scotch-Irish culture and historic foodways.

Craig Emmerich graduated in Electrical Engineering and has always had a systems approach to his work. He followed his wife Maria into the nutrition field and has since dedicated his time researching and looking at nutrition and biology from a systems perspective.

Jared was ill for several years but found a turning point when he finally faced the reality of Lyme disease and took responsibility for his health. He took a step back from medical treatment to focus on the mental and emotional roadblocks that were preventing him from getting healthy.

While you are listening, check out Debi's Support Group - Central New York Lyme Support
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