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- Pérez de León, Adalberto A.; Teel, Pete D.; Li, Andrew; Ponnusamy, Loganathan; Roe, R. Michael
- Outlooks on pest management 2014 v.25 no.6 pp. 382
- Americans; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Lyme disease; Rocky Mountain spotted fever; United States Environmental Protection Agency; anaplasmosis; at-risk population; babesiosis; climate; disease reservoirs; disease transmission; ehrlichiosis; environmental protection; global change; governmental programs and projects; habitats; human health; humans; information exchange; integrated pest management; land use; notifiable disease; pathogens; pets; stakeholders; ticks; tularemia; wildlife; zoonoses; United States
- ... More than half the world’s population is at risk of exposure to vector-borne pathogens. Annually, more than 1 billion people are infected and more than 1 million die from vector -borne diseases, including those caused by pathogens transmitted by ticks. The problem with tick borne diseases (TBD) is growing and getting more complicated. Most TBD are transmitted via tick bite from animals to humans a ...