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In the battle against ticks and Lyme disease, scientists look to the skies
By Jackie Farwell
As we head into the Maine outdoors this summer, the all-too-familiar warnings about how to avoid ticks reverberate in many of our heads.
Stay on the trail. Steer clear of wooded and brushy areas where ticks congregate.
But while most of us take pains to dodge the eight-legged pests, Chuck Lubelczyk heads straight for them.
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