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14 Celebrities Who Have Opened Up About Battling Lyme Disease

Sunday 11 November 2018

 

From US news outlet Insider:

 

Kelly Osbourne
It took almost a decade for Kelly Osbourne
to be diagnosed with Lyme.
(Lennart Preiss/Getty Images)
 

14 celebrities who have opened up about battling Lyme disease

By Arielle Tschinkel
November 9, 2018
* Copyright © 2018 Insider Inc. All rights reserved.

In recent years, the medical spotlight has increasingly been shining on Lyme disease, the bacterial tick-borne illness that often comes with a host of vague, mysterious symptoms.

The widespread illness is often considered the "great imitator" because its symptoms typically mimic other health conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis, and others.

Getting a proper Lyme disease diagnosis remains challenging because testing is often inconclusive, potentially leaving those impacted to suffer for weeks, months, or years before being correctly treated. Although treatments do exist, there is no cure.

Here are 14 celebrities who have spoken out about their experiences with Lyme disease, helping to shed light on this mysterious tick-borne illness.

 

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