By Kay Lazar, Boston Globe
Georgina and Madison Pinckney share an uncommon mother-daughter bond.
The 2 have spent years battling bouts of crushing fatigue, mind fog and, for Madison, a cascade of different debilitating signs.
Every says a tick chunk — about seven years in the past for Georgina, the mother, and 15 for Madison — thrust them into the Kafkaesque world of persistent Lyme disease.
. . . The experiences shared by the Pinckneys and plenty of different persistent Lyme sufferers sound remarkably much like these now battling lengthy COVID. READ MORE