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How does Lyme disease spread? The answer may lie in the hearts of grouse

Grouse Study
Research at the University of New Brunswick is requesting hunters collect the hearts from spruce and ruffed grouse in order to study if they are vector species for Lyme disease.

Researchers at the University of New Brunswick are hoping that hunters will bring them the hearts of game birds that could allow them to better understand how a disease is spreading in New Brunswick.

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