More on the National Bed Bug Summit

by nobugsonme on April 4, 2009 · 2 comments

in bed bugs, cincinnati, EPA, government, new york city, public health

Renee of New York vs. Bed Bugs has more details on the upcoming EPA National Bed Bug Summit (April 14-15) in Arlington, VA):

Sharon Heath of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene will speak at EPA’s National Bed Bug Summit on April 14. It’s a portion of the session titled “How Public Health Agencies View Bed Bug Infestations,” with Mike Herring from CDC, Dr. Camille Jones from the Cincinnati Health Department and Sarah Norman from Baltimore City Health Department.


EPA’s Office of Pesticide Programs has made the meeting agenda (PDF) available. Topics include bed bug basics, impact on public and private housing, control methods and challenges and the government response to bed bugs.

For the details, and the links to the agenda and details on the webinar broadcast, see NYC Department of Health at National Bed Bug Summit (plus agenda and webinar details).

1 Hector April 23, 2009 at 7:29 pm

I’ve just read a web post of a man that was bitten by bed bugs at the same place that i was bitten. We were staying in San Diego of last year when check out in the morning, we discover we have been suck and stuck pretty well. Our family of 5 suffered numerous of bites, we sustained a over 1000 bites, my daughter = 344 bites, my son1 = 426, my son2 = 139, my wife = 136 and myself = 69. I have good photos and records. I’ve been working with the Hotel assurance to be compensated. As of 4/22/09, I’ve given-up with them. I’m looking to find an attorney. Does anyone know where I can find an Attorney that will handle my case in the San diego area? Can you help us, I currenlty live in Arizona.
Reach me at

2 nobugsonme April 23, 2009 at 7:47 pm

Hi Hector,

This FAQ details other recent lawsuits:

You might try contacting one of the lawyers mentioned.

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