Locally Transmitted Malaria in the US Could Be a Harbinger of Rising Disease Risk in a Warning Climate — 5 Questions Answered

Introduction Recent reports of locally transmitted malaria cases in the United States have raised concerns amongst public health officials and highlighted the potential risks climate change may pose on disease prevalence. Malaria, a disease primarily associated with tropical regions, is typically transmitted by the Anopheles mosquito. However, these cases indicate a possible shift in the…

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