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Dr. Erin McGintee speaks to The East Hampton Star about the rare meat allergy being cased by tick bites. 'Tiny, Ubiquitous, Thirsty for Blood'

05/23/2013 in news

 Allergist in ENTA's East End Long Island offices, Dr. Erin McGintee, speaks to The East Hampton Star about seeing more cases of patients with tick-related meat allergies.   Learn about the interesting phenomenon in the full article: Tiny, Ubiquitous, Thirsty for Blood

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