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Trouble from a tiny tick

Published 04/27/2010, Grand Forks Herald

Deer ticks, which carry Lyme disease, continue march north and west in Minnesota
Dave Neitzel, an epidemiologist for the Minnesota Department of Health, said Lyme disease cases in the state have increased steadily since the mid-1980s and have averaged about 1,000 cases annually the past three or four years.

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