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||The chapter will serve Lyme sufferers and supporters from the counties, cities and towns around Lynchburg, Roanoke, Farmville, Lovingston, Halifax County and Charlottesville
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|The Central Virginia Chapter will meet at Central Virginia Community College, Merritt Hall - Room 5207
The Central Virginia Chapter will follow the guidelines of the National Capital Lyme & Tick-Borne Disease Association.
We are pleased to announce that Joe LeBlanc will be leading the group. Joe is a board member of the National Capital Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Association. He has a long and impressive history of educating the public on Lyme and Tick-Borne Diseases.
Mr. LeBlanc has been researching Lyme disease since late 1994 when his wife Betty first became ill. Both he and his wife have talked to many other Lyme sufferers, not only in central Virginia but have received calls from all over the US. Joe has been on local radio and in the past has had WSET interview he and his wife in their rural country home. Interviews about their struggles with Lyme have also appeared in newspapers over several years, as well as Letters-to-the-Editor. Joe has presented Lyme information at the local Amherst Rescue Squad "Health Day".
A 3 part series on The Lyme Controversy was presented on WSET in Lynchburg. It has raised a lot of interest which prompted Joe to form a NATCAPLYME chapter to make more people aware of the difficulties facing them and their families.
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