Census Data Reliable Predictor Of Imported Malaria Cases, Study Says

SciDev.Net: Census data predicts imported malaria risk
“Mexico and Central American countries can use census data to predict where people will migrate and better focus their efforts to control malaria, a study says. The study confirms that long-term government census data can be used as a proxy to predict people’s short-term movement patterns…” (Chaves, 6/6).

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