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Volume 17, Number 12—December 2011

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Risk for Human African Trypanosomiasis, Central Africa, 2000–2009

Pere P. Simarro1Comments to Author , Giuliano Cecchi1, José R. Franco, Massimo Paone, Eric M. Fèvre, Abdoulaye Diarra, José Antonio Ruiz Postigo, Raffaele C. Mattioli, and Jean G. Jannin
Author affiliations: World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland (P.P. Simarro, J.R. Franco, J.G. Jannin); Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, Italy (G. Cecchi, M. Paone, R.C. Mattioli); University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK (E.M. Fèvre); World Health Organization, Brazzaville, Congo (A. Diarra); World Health Organization, Cairo, Egypt (J.A. Ruiz Postigo)

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Lambert azimuthal equal-area projection (www.quadibloc.com/maps/maz0204.htm) of risk for infection with Trypanosoma brucei gambiense, central Africa, 2000–2009.

Figure. Lambert azimuthal equal-area projection (www.quadibloc.com/maps/maz0204.htm) of risk for infection with Trypanosoma brucei gambiense, central Africa, 2000–2009.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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