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Tick study perfect for Adirondacks

August 16, 2014
Editorial , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Chances are that you have been bitten, or know someone who has been bitten by a tick. As the weather conditions are changing, so is the migration of ticks that are expanding to the north and west and now into the Adirondacks. That is why we are glad that researchers from Trudeau Institute are now working on a vaccine to prevent the debilitating Lyme disease. They have teamed up with Paul Smith's College, Adirondack Health and the Department of Health to monitor ticks in Queensbury, Schroon Lake and Black Brook.

 
 

 

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