State Views - North Carolina & South Carolina

The CDC (Center For Disease Control) allows each state the freedom to set the criteria and standards for accepting laboratory testing when reporting Lyme disease. We believe it is important for North and South Carolina residents to understand the reporting guidelines established within each state since this information significantly impacts how their state qualifies, reports and responds to these diseases. These "state views" offer insight to the current challenges our residents face in obtaining adequate treatment for Lyme disease. Presented below are some of the facts and issues currently faced by the residents of both North and South Carolina.

This page was last updated on July 3, 2012