September 1, 2015


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A scientist works on insects in a laboratory at the Oxitec headquarters in Abingdon, England, in 2012. More than 50 million people are infected with dengue annually, the World Health Organization says.

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A scientist works on insects in a laboratory at the Oxitec headquarters in Abingdon, England, in 2012. More than 50 million people are infected with dengue annually, the World Health Organization says.

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