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London woman battled agonising Lyme disease for 16 years

MailOnline Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
London woman battled agonising Lyme disease for 16 yearsRhiannon Collins, 23, from Erith, south-east London, was bitten by a tick when she was just four years old. For 19 years she suffered joint dislocation, severe muscle pain and crushing fatigue.
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