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You’ll Help Fund Education, Research, and Advocacy for the Lesser-Known Tick Conditions

Tick-Borne Disease Education, Research, and Advocacy

Tick-Borne Conditions United is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) corporation devoted to the identification, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of tick-borne diseases. We offer timely, science-based research, guidance, education, and training for individuals, teams, and organizations.

TBC United provides science-based research, training, education, and advocacy to support:

  1. Patients who have contracted a tick-borne disease or condition, and the loved ones who care for them;
  2. Healthcare providers who must diagnose and treat patients with tick-borne diseases; and
  3. Commercial businesses, government agencies, and public utilities that must protect employees or constituents outdoors.

Tick-Borne Diseases

Essential Information for Your Health and Safety

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Alpha-gal Syndrome

Get Alpha-Gal Support With Us Alpha-gal Symptoms, Treatment, Training, Prevention,…

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Lyme Disease

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Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

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Other Tick-Borne Diseases

The Science Still Lags On Many Tick Diseases Our Mission…

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Tick Types

Various Tick Types Found In The United States

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Tick-Borne Disease Prevention

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Essential Training for You and Your Team

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Medical Staff Training

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Employee Training

Get Employee Training With Us Educate Your Outdoor Workers About…

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Professional Consultations

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Testimonials from our Clients

Jennifer Platt, DrPH and Beth Carrison, INHC continue to shine a much-needed light into the murky waters of Alpha-gal Syndrome. Their tireless efforts to provide the public with up-to-date research and management techniques, as well as educate our lawmakers on the importance of Alpha Gal Syndrome being recognized, are invaluable. Both women are excellent presenters and experts in this field.

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Jennifer is a very dynamic speaker and did a great job of tailoring her presentations to the intended audience. She has a wealth of knowledge and takes good care to provide evidence-based information. The outreach TBC United is doing in our communities is such an asset.

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