Under Our Skin comes to PBS LymeBlog News Lexington, KY USA By LymeBlog News Staff
The award-winning Lyme documentary “Under Our Skin” will air nationally on Public Television stations during Lyme Disease Awareness Month, May 2011. This has the potential of reaching millions of homes across the country. The film will be shown through NETA (the National Educational Telecommunications Association), which is offering the film free-of-charge to the PBS network.
Call your local PBS station and encourage that “Under Our Skin” is placed on the calendar for the month of May, 2011. It’s free!
Check to see if the film is scheduled to show in your area. If your local PBS station has not scheduled the film, please contact them and ask them to show it. Many of the stations that are broadcasting UNDER OUR SKIN agreed to schedule it after receiving a handful of calls from viewers in the community.
Unfolding like a real-life thriller, “Under Our Skin” exposes the hidden epidemic of Lyme disease and reveals how our corrupt medical system is failing to address one of the most serious illnesses of our time.