Lyme disease should be diagnosed immediately if a patient has the tell-tale bull's-eye rash 

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The UK's National Institute for Health and Care Excellence urges medics to just look for the rash - which is present in around two-thirds of cases - due to lab tests not always picking up on the infection. …

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