Models for Malaria
Malaria is one of the most important diseases transmitted by vectors. The vectors for many vector-transmitted diseases are mosquitoes or other insects which tend to be more common in warmer climates. One influence of climate change in coming years may be to extend the regions where mosquitoes can thrive and thus to cause the spread of vector-transmitted diseases geographically.
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