Lyme Disease may be one of the most under-reported diseases in Canada.
That's the feeling of Dr. Ernie Murakami, a specialist in the disease.
Murakami will be in Kenora tomorrow to talk about the tick-borne illness and says it doesn't make sense that there are a thousand cases reported each year in Minnesota, yet in northwestern Ontario the disease is considered almost non-existant.
Murakami has made it his life's work to raise awareness of Lyme Disease and will be speaking at Knox United Church tomorrow night about the problem.
The presentation will take place in the lower Hall starting at 6:30.