The Bedbug Killer
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The Bedbug Killer

Mark Feldlaufer, an entomologist at the USDA, is one of the government's foremost researchers on bedbugs. His mission is to find new and existing chemicals to kill the bloodsucking pests. (Ben de la Cruz/The Washington Post)

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