Australia's century of meningococcal disease: development and the changing ecology of an accidental pathogen
• Trends in meningococcal disease (MD) over the 20th century in Australia, as in other industrialised countries, have been characterised by epidemics during the two World Wars, a transient rise in incidence in the 1950s followed by endemic disease, and
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