Dengue fever is a disease which is commonly found in the tropics. It is caused by infection of the dengue virus, which is transmitted to humans by infected mosquitoes. This site is dedicated to information about it and a case study of the dengue outbreak in Singapore in 2005. Click on one of the links above to begin exploring dengue fever.
Additionally, we have created an online survey to find out about the public's awareness of dengue fever. You can take the survey here
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Finally, we would like to address certain matters.
Firstly, we have faithfully cited all of our references for both information and media, a complete list of which can be found on the bibliography
Secondly, we guarantee that all information on this site is accurate as of March 2006, but we cannot take responsiblity for any consequences that arise from discrepancies in our content. You are advised to cross-reference the content with other respectable sites before using them.
Finally, we would like to express our gratitude towards Dr. David Lai of the Communicable Diseases Centre, Singapore for spending half an afternoon with us answering our interview questions.
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