Allie Cashel – Author, Suffering the Silence: Chronic Lyme Disease in an Age of Denial

Allie Cashel was first diagnosed with Lyme disease in June of 1998. While studying at Bard College, she conducted a series of interviews with Chronic Lyme patients in New York and around the world.

In this episode you will learn:

  1. The chinese medicine concept of jing and energy depletion
  2. About Allie’s book, Suffering the Silence
  3. About Allies’ interiews with Lyme sufferers from all over the world

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Allie now works as an advocate for increased awareness of Lyme disease, and is the co-founder of the online community “Suffering the Silence,” a space for patients, friends, and family to share and witness the true living experience of Lyme and other chronic illnesses.

It’s wonderful to have young voices writing about Lyme Disease. Allie has done a ton of work to put together a very good book. I know you will enjoy listening to her interview and reading her book.

Warmly,

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