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Malaria in New York City


, : Malaria in New York City. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 73(2): 456-458

The incidence of malaria in the USA has increased since the late 1980's and there was a total of 104 cases recorded in New York City during 1994. All the cases reported recent travel from a malaria endemic area; most were born overseas and either newly arrived in the US, or had returned after visiting their native countries.

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