The results from SMI's evaluation of various testing and treatment methods are due to be presented next month.
Tens of thousands of Swedes are infected with Lyme Disease each year, according to a report by newspaper Dagens Nyheter.
It says that doctors here agree that methods for testing Lyme Disease are not completely reliable, which has led to Swedes seeking diagnosis and treatment in Germany and Norway where alternative methods are used for detection.
It costs over SEK 100,000 for testing and treatment of Lyme disease at a laboratory in Augsburg, Germany. Nevertheless, 200-300 Swedes go to the Germany for the treatment every year.