Climate change and the geographical distribution of infectious diseases
Some infectious agents, cytomegalovirus for example, are ubiquitous in human populations, whereas most are limited in their geographical distribution. Some infectious diseases occur readily all year round; others have a strong seasonal association. A majo
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