OTTAWA – Harvard University microbiology student Indumathi Prakash was just seven years old when a tick bite near her home in Massachusetts gave her Lyme disease and left her to spend most of her childhood battling rheumatoid arthritis.
Now Prakash, 21Cars and SUVs stolen in Toronto year by year, is working with a Queen’s University professorThe emergency brake., although virtually, on a rapid test that will diagnose the bacterium that causes Lyme disease in ticks in just a few hoursThe province with less transmission enjoyed even greater amounts of freedom, i.
If successful, the test will open the door to better and faster treatment for the rapidly expanding diseaseThe headlines this year.
“I really wanted to do something to prevent the same thing from happening to someone else so that’s kind of why I got interested in tick-borne disease in generalpersonalizationMetadata,” said Prakash, in a phone interview from Cambridge, Mass.
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