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Past, Present, and Future of Japanese Encephalitis

By Tobias E. Erlanger, Svenja Weiss, Jennifer Keiser, Jürg Utzinger and Karin Wiedenmayer


JE is increasing in some areas (due to population growth and intensified rice irrigation) but declining in others

Topics: Perspective
Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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