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2006). , 2007). VECTOR-BORNE DISEASES a constant threat, with concerns that it might make its first appearance in Asia (see Gubler in Chapter 1). Yellow fever virus has caused major epidemics in Africa and South America (Gubler, 2001; Monath, 2001), and sylvatic reservoirs in these areas provide an ongoing threat for its reintroduction into Aedes aegyptiinfested metropolitan areas throughout the world. Ae. aegypti is also the principal vector of the dengue viruses (IOM, 2003). The virus was apparently carried by infected birds (and possibly mammals as well) abetted by a vast and diverse population of mosquitoes (see Gubler in Chapter 1 and Petersen in Chapter 2).

Presented with these opportunities, several vector-borne diseases considered most problematic 100 years ago, such as malaria, dengue, plague, and yellow fever, once again pose serious threats to public health. While we have gained considerable insights into the biology and management of certain vector-borne diseases over the past century, limited capacity exists to apply that knowledge. In addition, as many workshop participants observed, much remains to be learned about the ecology and epidemiology of a broad spectrum of vectorborne diseases, including those that have recently emerged.

Epidemics of malaria, dengue, and other formerly "contained" vector-borne diseases are on the rise, as are outbreaks of previously unknown infections, such as Lyme disease. Workshop presentations and discussions described the effects on various vector-borne diseases of a range of local, regional, and global phenomena and considered the potential use of this information to construct predictive epidemiological models. A Pandemic of Epidemics Gubler described a "dramatic increase" in vector-borne disease epidemics over the past 30 years and identified several factors that underlie this trend (see Chapter 1).

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