Tick Boot Camp

Episode 327: Exposing Lyme - an interview with Alexis Raleigh

1 month ago

Alexis Raleigh is a 25-year-old reporter from upstate New York. She has a bachelor’s degree in business management from Binghamton University and a master’s degree in broadcasting and journalism from Syracuse University.

Ms. Raleigh was “able to do anything” before she got sick when she was 20 years old. Some of her symptoms included severe headaches, nerve pain, POTS, neck pain, and neurological symptoms.

Ms. Raleigh was misdiagnosed with Lupus, POTS, and migraines before receiving a proper diagnosis of Lyme disease 2 years later when she was 21 years old.

Ms. Raleigh first used IV antibiotics for 8 months to treat chronic Lyme disease, but she didn’t get better. Next, she went to Sanoviv Medical Institute in Tijuana, Mexico to get hyperthermia.

If you want to learn how a young reporter refused to give up and found solutions for chronic Lyme disease, then tune in now!

PS Dana Papadopoulos special guest co-hosted this interview with Matt from Tick Boot Camp!

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