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NYC Releases Report from Bed Bug Advisory Board

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The board, which includes (from left to right) Gil Bloom, Jody Gangloff-Kaufmann and Rick Cooper, released a report that provides interesting insights into the city's bed bug problems.

| July 30, 2010

New York City announced the release of the report from its Bed Bug Advisory Board, which was appointed in June 2009. Three prominent entomologists were part of the five person board.

Gil Bloom of Standard Pest Management, Rick Cooper of Cooper Pest Solutions and Jody Gangloff-Kaufmann, Ph.D of Cornell University IPM are members of this board.

The 39 page report outlines key steps to be taken to combat bed bugs in a complex urban environment.

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