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Volume 4, Number 3—September 1998
THEME ISSUE
ICEID 1998

Zoonotic and Vector-borne Issues

Resurgent Vector-Borne Diseases as a Global Health Problem

Duane J. GublerComments to Author 
Author affiliation: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

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The resurgence of malaria. A. Sri Lanka (data from Tissa Vitarana, Office of Science and Technology, Sri Lanka); B. India (data from Shiv Lal, Director, National Malaria Eradication Program, India); C. Korea (data from Dan Strickman, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research; D. Manaus, Brazil (data from Bedsy Dutary, National Institute of Research of the Amazon).

Figure 2. The resurgence of malaria. A. Sri Lanka (data from Tissa Vitarana, Office of Science and Technology, Sri Lanka); B. India (data from Shiv Lal, Director, National Malaria Eradication Program, India); C. Korea (data from Dan Strickman, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research; D. Manaus, Brazil (data from Bedsy Dutary, National Institute of Research of the Amazon).

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