Dengue fever spreads in a neighborly way

Mapping the transmission of the painful disease could help target efforts to control it

spraying DDT

DISEASE DEFENSE  To control the spread of dengue in Bangkok, DDT is sprayed to kill mosquitoes, the primary insect that transmits the virus.

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