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Bed Bug Central's Phil Cooper and Jeff White review the conference and also discuss issues related to bed bugs, including the challenges involved in this line of work and whether or not the bed bug problem will one day go away.

Brad Harbison | September 23, 2010

CHICAGO - Bed Bug Central's Phil Cooper and Jeff White discuss why there was a need for the recent North American Bed Bug Summit, held this past week in Chicago (see related coverage). Cooper and White also discuss issues related to bed bugs, including the challenges involved in this line of work and whether or not the bed bug problem will one day go away.

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