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Merck's (MRK) Stromectol treatment, which is usually used against parasitic worms, is also...

Merck's (MRK) Stromectol treatment, which is usually used against parasitic worms, is also rather handy at killing bed bugs. Emergency physician John Sheele tested the pill on himself and three colleagues, finding that it killed three out of five bugs when taken three hours before the blood suckers started feasting.
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