Four young Lymies pass in one month… so sad!


RIP Sweet Angela, you will be missed!  36 is WAY too young.  We will miss you ❤

How many more of us have to die from chronic Lyme disease before doctors (and even our own friends and family!) will take us seriously?  To those who don’t believe that chronic Lyme exists, stop and think.

What if this was your daughter, sister, wife, mother, aunt, cousin, neighbor, friend?

What if it was you?


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4 Responses to Four young Lymies pass in one month… so sad!

  1. knowlyme says:

    PLEASE, everyone reading this… Watch Under Our Skin. It’s free on Netflix (they have a free 1 month trial), and only $2.99 on YouTube. It’s a must-see to understand why young people, babies, children- people of ALL ages are dying of chronic Lyme Disease. Do it for me, do it for Angela, do it for yourself and your loved ones. Knowing about Lyme Disease saves lives. One-life-at-a-time, we can make a difference and uncover all the lies and deceit surrounding this deadly disease in the name of politics, money, and power. Share Under Our Skin and the info on this website with your friends and loved ones, please pass it on. Don’t let these deaths be in vain. Thank you.

  2. knowlyme says:

    You can also make a donation to Turn The Corner Foundation, in memory of Angela (thank you):

    Turn the Corner is dedicated to the support of research, education, awareness and innovative treatments for Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases.

    My prayers and condolences go out to Angela’s family and loved ones.

  3. Donadela says:

    I wanted to know why your title is “FOUR Young Lymies Pass in One Month” – and beneath is only a video and text about 1 person – Angela Quin Hausman. Who are the other 3?

    • knowlyme says:

      I only was friends with Angela, and heard about the other 3 online in private Lyme Disease support groups. These 4 deaths occured between the last week in April and the last week in May, which is the most I have ever heard of in such a short time. You may want to check my RIP page for a link to an external website that keeps track of some Lyme Disease deaths. Also the National Lyme Disease Memorial Park Project may be helpful. If anyone has any information they would like to share about this, please reply to this thread. Thank you.

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