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Tick-Borne Disease Alliance and Southampton Hospital Join Forces to Fight Tick-borne Diseases in Southampton, NY, Sunday, August 25
Date:8/12/2013

New York, N.Y (PRWEB) August 12, 2013

The Tick-Borne Disease Alliance (TBDA) and Southampton Hospital are joining forces to fight tick-borne diseases. On Sunday, August 25, Bite Back for a Cure, TBDA’s national grassroots campaign to build support for the fight against the devastating impact of tick-borne diseases, will stop in Southampton, NY. Led by 24-year-old Lyme sufferer and cyclist John Donnally, Bite Back for a Cure, which includes a cross-country bike ride and interactive digital components, will raise awareness and galvanize local support for TBDA’s mission to fund research and educate the public about the silent epidemic of tick-borne diseases.

Bite Back for a Cure: Southampton will begin with an eight-mile bike ride through the historic village of Southampton. Riders of all ages are invited to participate. Registration is $30 per person and $60 per family. Check-in will begin at 8 a.m. at Rotations Bicycle Center. The race will begin at 9:30 a.m. Bike rentals will also be available.

“TBDA is thrilled to launch Bite Back For A Cure, which will help us build momentum on a national scale and reach local communities throughout the country to fight what has become a truly national health epidemic,” said Staci Grodin, TBDA president.

“The collaboration of the Tick-Borne Disease Alliance with Southampton Hospital is a timely and important initiative that will be of value to people throughout the East End. This is a major first step in raising the funds necessary to create and sustain a Center for Tick Borne Diseases at Southampton Hospital,” said Melanie Wambold, a long standing volunteer and supporter of the hospital where her husband, John, serves as a member of its Board of Directors.

A former Colgate lacrosse player, Donnally was diagnosed with Lyme disea
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