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Borriela miyamotoi: The disease that has the same symptomps as Lyme - drugdiscovery.com
Borriela miyamotoi: The disease that has the same symptomps as Lyme - drugdiscovery.com


A newly identified disease spread by deer ticks may be among one of the new summer illnesses to be on the lookout for if you spend time outside in the Northeast and upper Midwest. The disease is referred to as Borriela miyamotoi.
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