Public Health Responses to and Challenges for the Control of Dengue Transmission in High-Income Countries: Four Case Studies
Dengue has a negative impact in low- and lower middle-income countries, but also affects upper middle- and high-income countries. Despite the efforts at controlling this disease, it is unclear why dengue remains an issue in affluent countries. A better understanding of dengue epidemiology and its burden, and those of chikungunya virus and Zika virus which share vectors with dengue, is required to prevent the emergence of these diseases in high-income countries in the future. The purpose of this...[Show more]
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|Source:||PLoS neglected tropical diseases|
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