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Volume 1, Number 4—October 1995

Dispatch

Epidemic Cholera in the New World: Translating Field Epidemiology into New Prevention Strategies

Robert V. Tauxe, Eric D. Mintz, and Robert E. Quick
Author affiliations: National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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. Geographic extent of the Latin American cholera epidemic over time. Lines represent the advancing front of the epidemic at different dates. As of mid-1995, all Latin American countries except Uruguay have reported cases; no cases have been reported from the Caribbean.

Figure. . Geographic extent of the Latin American cholera epidemic over time. Lines represent the advancing front of the epidemic at different dates. As of mid-1995, all Latin American countries except Uruguay have reported cases; no cases have been reported from the Caribbean.

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