Globalization Partly To Blame For 30-Fold Increase In Dengue Cases In Mexico

The Global Dispatch: Mexico says dengue has increased 30-fold in past five decades, fast-food garbage partially to blame
“The incidence of dengue fever in Mexico has increased by 30-fold in the past 50 years and the increases in garbage is attributing to this increase, says one infectious disease specialist as reported on the Spanish-language news source, La Prensa Friday…” (Herriman, 3/16).

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