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VIdeo: University of Minnesota's Stephen Kells Talks Bed Bugs

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What are PMPs doing well in regards to bed bug treatments?

| June 30, 2011

In this PCT video, Kells discusses what PMPs are doing well in regards to bed bug treatments, how PMPs can improve their service techniques, what factors are driving the spread of bed bugs, what PMPs can do to alleviate customers' fears and more.

 

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