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Currently there is no other treatment for Lyme disease.

If you have problems with memory, concentration, or thinking as a result of late Lyme disease, you may benefit from therapy that helps you regain or improve your mental abilities (cognitive rehabilitation).

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Scleroderma (pronounced SKLEER-oh-der-ma) is Greek for "hard skin." In scleroderma, the skin gradually tightens and thickens or hardens. It loses its ability to stretch. Tiny blood vessels throughout the body also may be affected, causing widespread damage to internal organs. Although the disease usually affects the hands, face, and feet, it can injure the body's digestive, respiratory, urinary, and circulatory systems. There are many types of scleroderma, and it can look very different in different...

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