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NPMA Emphasizes Tick Prevention Amidst New CDC Lyme Disease Estimates

FAIRFAX, Va. , January 27 /Businesswire/ - According to the CDC, human cases of tickborne Lyme disease are more common in the U.S. than previously thought. @PestWorld is reminding the public about the health threats posed by ticks and the precautions people should be taking when outdoors.


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