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Aedes aegypti, dengue and re-urbanization of yellow fever in Brazil and other South American countries - past and present situation and future perspectives


Aedes aegypti, dengue and re-urbanization of yellow fever in Brazil and other South American countries - past and present situation and future perspectives



Dengue Bulletin 23: 55-66



This paper gives an overview of the epidemiology of yellow fever and dengue, as well of their vectors, in the recent past (1970-98), and discusses future perspectives on the dissemination of dengue fever/dengue haemorrhagic fever and reurbanization of yellow fever in South America.

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