Limerick Challenge: His Perspicacity on Tick Paralysis

This month’s RESEARCH LIMERICK challenge — Devise a pleasing limerick that encapsulates this study:

The Perspicacity of Seymour Hadwen on Tick Paralysis — A Commentary,” M.W. Felz, Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, vol. 11 No. 2, 2000, pp. 113-121. The study’s author explains: “A commentary on a study of tick paralysis by Seymour Hadwen [pictured here, we think] is presented. Clinical and investigative insights are evaluated. The similarities between Hadwen’s observations and those of Allen Steere involving Lyme disease are explained. Research and clinical observations supporting Hadwen’s findings are discussed.”

Submit your perfectly formed, delightfully enlightening limerick to:

c/o <MARC aaattt IMPROBABLE dddooottt COM>

This particular LIMERICK CHALLENGE is part of the January 2020 issue of mini-AIR.

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