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Sufferers say they go down ‘rabbit holes’ to diagnose a condition that many doctors say does not exist.
Mainstream medicine says the tick-borne infection is a short-term ailment. But some patients insist they have Lyme-caused symptoms that last for years.
From the first case documented by a Milwaukee dermatologist to ongoing research at the University of Wisconsin, the state has played a big role in Lyme disease.
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Opinion: Former Dane County Medical Examiner’s Office employee to county leaders — Stop political ‘damage control,’ investigate ‘toxic’ work environment
Kurt Karbusicky, a longtime Dane County death investigator, says the medical examiner’s office is plagued by bullying and mismanagement.
Cameras in the courtroom can be helpful in promoting trust and confidence in the judicial process.
If a legislator deletes an email, is it truly gone? Not necessarily.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is pleased to announce the hiring of its first Donor Engagement Coordinator, Zachary Peterson, who will assist in the Center’s fundraising with prospect research, donor correspondence, database management and fundraising strategy.
The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service and the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism seek a Director of Development and Partnerships to steward a fundraising strategy and forge new relationships to build Neighborhood News Service’s visibility in the business and philanthropic community.
Wisconsin Watch is pleased to announce the addition of two new Report for America corps members to our staff, boosting coverage of statewide threats to democracy and environmental and agricultural issues in the Mississippi River Basin.
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