Veramarx Lyme Disease Test
Veramarx is a patented immunoassay of ten inflammatory biomarkers that are measured upstream from the current two-tiered antibody method.
Negative Predictive Value
Effective at First Presentation Symptoms
Veramarx is the only accurate, Lyme disease test for when treatment is the most effective according to studies.
Effective Diagnosis and Treatment Timeline
optimal treatment 6 to 8 weeks after infection depending on the patient
Initial symptoms are commonly confused with the common cold or flu. Most people don't recall a tick bite or present with the bullseye rash typically associated with Lyme disease.
The Veramarx test can be given immediately after infection upon initial presentation of symptoms when treatment is most effective. No need to wait for antibodies to be produced.
The current two-tiered tests have a sensitivity of 40% according to studies. This is because they measure antibody production that may be highly variable, may not be produced at all or may be too weak to be measured effectively.
Clinical Diagnosis is Difficult
Only 17% see a bullseye rash
Most people don't recall a tick bite
Symptoms are non-specific like a cold or flu
A 2015 LymeDisease.org Survey of More Than
6,000 Lyme Disease Patients
Current Two-Tiered Tests Miss 6 Out Of 10 People
(ELISA reflexed to a Western Blot)
When people are misdiagnosed they miss the opportunity to be treated or they may be treated for diseases they don't have.
According to two independent health economic studies, this costs the health care system up to $2.5 Billion annually.
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