What Happens When Lyme Disease Becomes an Identity?
The tick-borne disease that’s now a movement
By Molly Fischer
Polly Murray, in the 1960s and ’70s, was a mother of four with an old house on several acres in Lyme, Connecticut. In the summer, her kids built forts in the woods; they ice-skated on frozen cow ponds in the winter. The Murrays had an idyllic life in the…