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This network was initiated in February 1999. Its activities are described and examples are presented of its use including the detection of malaria in illegal Chinese immigrants, an outbreak of trypanosomiasis amongst tourists to Tanzania, and malaria affecting tourists in the Dominican Republic.

Author(s)
Gascon, J.
Publisher
Centro Nacional de Epidemiología, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain
Citation
Boletín Epidemiológico Semanal, 2007, 15, 8, pp 85-86
Abstract

Background:Traveling to tropical regions is related to increased health risks. Travelers' diarrhea is the most frequent health problem, but the range of travel-related diseases also includes potential life-threatening diseases such as malaria. The actual risk of European travelers acquiring...

Author(s)
Rack, J.; Wichmann, O.; Kamara, B.; Günther, M.; Cramer, J.; Schönfeld, C.; Henning, T.; Schwarz, U.; Mühlen, M.; Weitzel, T.; Friedrich-Jänicke, B.; Foroutan, B.; Jelinek, T.
Publisher
B. C. Decker Inc., Hamilton, Canada
Citation
Journal of Travel Medicine, 2005, 12, 5, pp 248-253
Abstract

This book is devoted to vaccines for travellers and includes comprehensive information on the principles of immunization; practical information on vaccine requirements, recommendations and administration; currently available travel vaccines; vaccines against enteric infections, dengue fever and...

Author(s)
Jong, E. C.; Zuckerman, J. N.
Publisher
B. C. Dekker Inc, Hamilton, Canada
Citation
Travelers' vaccines, 2004, pp vii + 440 pp.
Abstract

The continued growth in international travel to an ever increasing number of destinations, combined with shorter travel times, has led to a substantial rise in the number of travel-related diseases. This international symposium, organized under the auspices of the Royal College of Physicians of...

Publisher
Royal College of Physicians of London, London, UK
Citation
Travel-associated disease: papers based on a conference organised by the Royal College of Physicians of London., 1995, pp xi + 179 pp.

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