Ciguatera fish poisoning and environmental change: a case for strengthening health surveillance in the Pacific?
Ciguatera Fish Poisoning (CFP), a significant public health problem in the Pacific, is intrinsically linked to the health of coral reef ecosystems. Incidence data on CFP could therefore be used, in theory, as indicators of disruption to coral reefs. Some
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