Bloomberg Examines Scientists’ Efforts To Eradicate Dengue As Philippines Outbreak Exceeds 360K Cases

Bloomberg: Scientists Race to Stop the World’s Fastest Spreading Tropical Disease
“About 40% of humanity is at risk of contracting dengue fever. In episode two of Bloomberg’s Moonshot, meet the scientists trying to eradicate it…” (Snyder, 10/30).

Outbreak News Today: Philippines dengue outbreak continues rise, 360K cases to date
“In a follow-up on the dengue epidemic in the Philippines, the Department of Health (DOH) is reporting an additional 10,000 or so cases since our last report. From the beginning of the year through Oct. 12, 360,646 dengue cases have been reported, including 1,373 deaths…” (10/30).

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