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1 Oct 2007
Insecticide resistance in the vector Aedes aegypti is an important but under-researched and poorly understood phenomenon.
Vector control is an essential part of the control of vector-borne diseases and effective preventive measures to reduce or interrupt their transmission.
The aim of this paper is to review opportunities in the development of anti-dengue drugs.
Dengue is the most important human viral disease transmitted by arthropod vectors, yet no effective and sustainable control measures exist.
The design and implementation of a sound information system is essential for the prevention and control of dengue.
It has been said that no modality, with the exception of clean drinking-water, has had a greater effect on the control of infectious diseases than vaccines.
Dengue is a vector-borne disease of tropical and subtropical human populations, which occurs predominantly, but not only, in urban areas.
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