Pomy Prevails 

Eleven-year-old Paloma Herrera-Thomas ("Pomy" for short) of McKinleyville recently spoke with the author about her own struggle with Lyme disease. NCJ: When were you diagnosed with Lyme? Paloma: About five years ago. NCJ: What symptoms tipped you off that you might…

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