Lyme Disease: Officials Concerned by Increase in Massachusetts Cases

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A 50% increase in the number of new Lyme Disease cases in humans reported in Massachusetts from 2004 to 2005 is prompting concerned public health officials to step up efforts to educate the public about preventative measures.

There were 2,336 new cases of Lyme disease reported in the state in 2005, compared to 1,532 the

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