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July 7, 2014 4:47 AM

Snakebites on the rise in KC area: What to do if you’re a victim

The University of Kansas Hospital’s Poison Control Center fielded a record 62 calls last summer regarding possible snakebites, and this year “we’ve seen a little burst in the last month or so,” center director Stephen Thornton said. Here’s what the experts say you should do in case of a bite.

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