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Volume 10, Number 7—July 2004

Perspective

Malaria Epidemics and Surveillance Systems in Canada

J. Dick MacLean*Comments to Author , Anne-Marie Demers*, Momar Ndao*, Evelyne Kokoskin*, Brian J. Ward*, and Theresa W. Gyorkos†
Author affiliations: *Montreal General Hospital, McGill University Centre for Tropical Diseases, Montreal, Québec, Canada; †McGill University, Montreal, Québec, Canada

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Provincial malaria rates for Québec, Ontario, and British Columbia (6,11, Colette Colin [Ministère de la santé et des services sociaux, Québec], pers. comm.; Lorraine Schiedel [Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care], pers. comm.; Monica Naus [British Columbia Centre for Disease Control], pers. comm.; Carole Scott [Division of Disease Surveillance, Health Canada], pers. comm.).

Figure 3. Provincial malaria rates for Québec, Ontario, and British Columbia (6,11, Colette Colin [Ministère de la santé et des services sociaux, Québec], pers. comm.; Lorraine Schiedel [Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care], pers. comm.; Monica Naus [British Columbia Centre for Disease Control], pers. comm.; Carole Scott [Division of Disease Surveillance, Health Canada], pers. comm.).

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