Lyme disease fundraiser at Mohawk College in Hamilton features movie highlighting new research

Community Oct 12, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Lyme Ontario is screening the movie “Under Our Skin, Part 2: Emergence,” at Mohawk College on Oct. 19 as a fundraiser for lyme disease research.

Ellen Hohs, a mother of three who is also president of Lyme Ontario, says there are many people who suffer with the disease before they can find a doctor who recognizes the affliction. The 60-minute film covers the growth in the number of Lyme cases, promising new research and stumbling blocks on the way to progress.

Tickets are $10 ($8 in advance through lymeontario.com/shop). Doors open at 12:45 p.m.; the movie will be screened in Room F118 of Mohawk’s Fennell Campus. Organizers say there will also be time to socialize with others in the same situation.

Email info@lymeontario.com for more information.

Lyme disease fundraiser at Mohawk College in Hamilton features movie highlighting new research

Community Oct 12, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Lyme Ontario is screening the movie “Under Our Skin, Part 2: Emergence,” at Mohawk College on Oct. 19 as a fundraiser for lyme disease research.

Ellen Hohs, a mother of three who is also president of Lyme Ontario, says there are many people who suffer with the disease before they can find a doctor who recognizes the affliction. The 60-minute film covers the growth in the number of Lyme cases, promising new research and stumbling blocks on the way to progress.

Tickets are $10 ($8 in advance through lymeontario.com/shop). Doors open at 12:45 p.m.; the movie will be screened in Room F118 of Mohawk’s Fennell Campus. Organizers say there will also be time to socialize with others in the same situation.

Email info@lymeontario.com for more information.

Lyme disease fundraiser at Mohawk College in Hamilton features movie highlighting new research

Community Oct 12, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Lyme Ontario is screening the movie “Under Our Skin, Part 2: Emergence,” at Mohawk College on Oct. 19 as a fundraiser for lyme disease research.

Ellen Hohs, a mother of three who is also president of Lyme Ontario, says there are many people who suffer with the disease before they can find a doctor who recognizes the affliction. The 60-minute film covers the growth in the number of Lyme cases, promising new research and stumbling blocks on the way to progress.

Tickets are $10 ($8 in advance through lymeontario.com/shop). Doors open at 12:45 p.m.; the movie will be screened in Room F118 of Mohawk’s Fennell Campus. Organizers say there will also be time to socialize with others in the same situation.

Email info@lymeontario.com for more information.