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Volume 6, Number 2—April 2000

Malaria on the Move: Human Population Movement and Malaria Transmission

Pim MartensComments to Author  and Lisbeth Hall
Author affiliations: Maastricht University, Maastricht, the Netherlands

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Imported cases of malaria in Europe (34,35)

Figure. Imported cases of malaria in Europe (34,35)

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