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Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Not Letting Bed Bugs Bite:The Sacrifice and the Success

World’s first effective and affordable bait-and-trap developed by SFU scientists:

Letting bed bugs bite to prevent them from biting other people
“Over years of research, Prof. Regine Gries subjected her arms to approximately 180,000 bed bug bites from a colony kept at the school.”

This reported success in the development of an affordable and effective bait-and-trap solution for bed bugs may be of very little interest to the affluent world, but for a great many people in our world, this is great news.

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