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The population of Rome was now big enough to sustain an endemic disease
such as measles.
Improving our capability to respond to viral threats from endemic disease
or biological warfare is our mission and represents a significant contribution to protecting the international community from dangerous pathogens".
The organizational structure of the AML consists of the Headquarters, Occupational/Environmental Health, Nuclear/Biological/Chemical, and Endemic Disease
Although rapidly growing, these communities were still not large enough to become pools of endemic disease
. Acute crowd infections remained epidemic, arriving at the major ports and moving back and forth between colonies.
This in turn could lead to measles re-establishing itself as an endemic disease
Paper author Vincent Jansen, said: "We are approaching the danger zone where measles could once again become an endemic disease
in the UK."
MEASLES could soon become an endemic disease
again because of a dip in childhood vaccinations, scientists warned yesterday.
Clearly, there is something seriously wrong with a diet and food production system resulting in such waste, endemic disease
and human health threats.
It is an endemic disease
occurring in pigs in Southeast Asia, including Hong Kong,'' the spokeswoman for the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department said.
According to Luiz Jacintho da Silva, head of the Superintendency of Endemic Disease
Control, Sao Paulo's vectorborne disease control agency, this rise reflects an increased incidence of the disease in the Amazon region.