Why are dogs getting better drugs that prevent Lyme disease compared to humans?

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It's an experience most people would find repulsive. After a walk in the woods, you find a black-legged tick burrowing itself deep into your skin. Ticks and the diseases they can carry, including Lyme, are a growing problem in many parts of Canada. Luckily, there's a relatively new treatment that prevent ticks from latching on. However there is a catch: it's only available for pets. CBC's Blair Sanderson has a look at why humans aren't getting the same protection as their furry companions.

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