Published in Blood Weekly, June 3rd, 1996
Not since 1972 has a case of mosquito-borne malaria been reported so far north in the United States, said researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta, Georgia ("Mosquito-Transmitted Malaria - Michigan, 1995," MMWR, May 17, 1996;45(19):398-400).
An investigation of the case indicated that the patient probably acquired malaria infection through the bite of an infected mosquito. Most likely, he was exposed to anopheline mosquitoes at a rural campground in southeast Michigan...
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