Effective Surveillance Of Chagas Disease For Us Military Readiness Along South West Us Mexico Border Ports Of Entry
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The goals of this project are to conduct vector and human surveillance of Chagas disease, and to propose policies for improved surveillance of this emerging infectious threat to our Service member population who reside and conduct training in potentially high risk areas.
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