Consistent with so many other stories, my daughter's Lyme Disease went undiagnosed for six years. Her initial, acute stage was mostly neurological, and two pediatric neurologists at the University of Chicago sat my husband and I down in a room and told us it was psychosomatic and that our 11 year old needed therapy. A steady decline in energy and increase in pain for six years climaxed into grand mal seizures starting in February. At this point, we have positive diagnoses for myself and my mother, too. Our family owns a Bed and Breakfast and organic farm, and we have three school age children. I simply do not have time to read every new book that comes out about chronic illness or Lyme--nor do I necessarily think that is healthy. This podcast has been instrumental in bringing me up to speed and is so effective in summarizing all of the advances in science. I picked and chose the podcasts that interested me the most, but I have headed back to the beginning to listen to them all. I have even reviewed several as my understanding of Lyme Disease or medicine has evolved. We are slowly mending and are going to get a handle on our health, and when we do, I will be excited to find my own place to advocate. Thanks for all you do, Mackay!