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A vaccine for Lyme disease was shelved years ago. Is it time to bring it back?
Dogs & horses can be vaccinated against Lyme disease, but an inoculation for humans was taken off the market in 2002. As the ticks that can cause the disease become more common, some researchers say it's time the vaccine made a comeback.
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