The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics
Insect Repellents
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Insect Repellents
Insect repellents have been used on the skin for many years, primarily to prevent mosquito bites, which transmit malaria, West Nile virus infection, and various types of encephalitis. With increased concern about Lyme disease in recent years, skin...more
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