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Volume 14, Number 11—November 2008

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Tourism and Specific Risk Areas for Cryptococcus gattii, Vancouver Island, Canada

Catharine Chambers, Laura MacDougall, Min Li, and Eleni GalanisComments to Author 
Author affiliations: British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (C. Chambers, L. MacDougall, M. Li, E. Galanis); University of British Columbia, Vancouver (C. Chambers, E. Galanis);

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Annual rate of infection with Cryptococcus gattii by local administrative area, 1999–2006 (9), and distribution of visitor center cities on Vancouver Island, British Columbia (BC), Canada. Only visitor centers that were included in the analysis are shown.

Figure. Annual rate of infection with Cryptococcus gattii by local administrative area, 1999–2006 (9), and distribution of visitor center cities on Vancouver Island, British Columbia (BC), Canada. Only visitor centers that were included in the analysis are shown.

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