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  • What it's like to live with an allergy to red meat caused by a tick

    Residents of the Kansas City area say that while the alpha-gal allergy, passed by the lone star tick, is not a tragedy, it is an inconvenience. They must now avoid eating all forms of mammalian meat. A KC allergist said the allergy can be passed to humans

What it's like to live with an allergy to red meat caused by a tick

Residents of the Kansas City area say that while the alpha-gal allergy, passed by the lone star tick, is not a tragedy, it is an inconvenience. They must now avoid eating all forms of mammalian meat. A KC allergist said the allergy can be passed to humans
Leah Becerra and Max Londberg The Kansas City Star