Japanese woman died from tick-borne illness despite no tick bite, officials say

A woman in Japan who died from a tick-borne illness after being bitten by a stray cat is believed to be the first case of a human being infected with the disease without being directly bitten by a tick. The woman died 10 days after being bitten by a …
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