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Texas kissing bug population spike could increase risk of Chagas disease in dogs, humans

Texas kissing bug population spike could increase risk of Chagas disease in dogs, humans

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Texas A&M AgriLife Research entomologists have seen an increase in kissing bugs this year, bringing increased Chagas disease risk for humans, animals.

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