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A rare tick that is known to cause a permanent allergy to meat in humans has appeared in Winnipeg, a week after another one was identified in Ontario.
A veterinary clinic in southern Ontario is sounding the alarm after discovering a rare tick known to cause a meat allergy in humans.
Doctors in the U.S. are seeing more cases of an unusual allergy caused by a tick that was once found only in the southeastern U.S.