Dengue Infected More Than 58M People Worldwide In 2013, Costing Nearly $9B, Study Shows

CIDRAP News: Study says dengue affects 58 million, costs $9 billion a year
“About 58.4 million contracted symptomatic dengue in 2013 and more than 13,000 died, resulting in approximate global costs of $8.9 billion, according to a new study in The Lancet Infectious Diseases…” (Vestin, 4/18).

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