Lyme Disease Vaccine Study for Children age 5 or older and Healthy Adults

Lyme disease is a tick-borne illness that can cause serious long-term
symptoms if left untreated

Currently, there are no approved vaccines available to prevent Lyme disease in people exposed to ticks that
carry Lyme disease. This clinical trial will evaluate if an investigational (study) vaccine is safe and effective in
preventing Lyme disease.

This study may be an option for healthy adults and children over 5 who live in areas where ticks that carry Lyme
disease are found and frequently participate in activities that may put them in contact with ticks:

  • Outdoor occupations such as landscaping, forestry, or wildlife and parks management
  • Frequent outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, or gardening
  • Living in or frequently visiting wooded areas, tree lines, tall grass, open fields, lake sides, or riversides
  • Owning a pet that may return from outdoors with attached ticks

These are not the only eligibility criteria for this clinical research study. A clinical research team member will
help determine if this study is right for you based on all participation criteria.