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N.D. deer tick tests positive for Lyme disease

Published 11/11/2010, Grand Forks Herald

Tests of 92 deer ticks collected in study find only the single positive case
Researchers studying deer ticks in North Dakota have confirmed Lyme disease in one of the ticks captured during a research project that began last spring. The tick-transmitted disease can affect the skin, nervous system, heart and joints.

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