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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Morven-May MacCallum is still suffering nine years after starting treatment. Morven-May MacCallum says her life is still "completely dominated" by Lyme disease, nine years on from starting treatment. About 200 people a year in Scotland are recorded with the disease but the true number is thought to be much higher. The disease is a bacterial infection spread by a bite from an infected tick. Scotland's chief medical officer has written to all of the country's NHS boards and GPs urging them to be vigilant about Lyme disease. Catherine Calderwood's advice comes amid an increase in the number of cases of the debilitating condition. She s... Full story

17 June

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