El Niño and the shifting geography of cholera in Africa.

@article{Moore2017ElNA,
  title={El Ni{\~n}o and the shifting geography of cholera in Africa.},
  author={Sean M. Moore and Andrew S. Azman and Benjamin Zaitchik and Eric Daniel Mintz and Joan Marie Brunkard and Dominique Legros and Alexandra Hill and Heather S. McKay and Francisco J. Luquero and David G. Olson and Justin Lessler},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2017},
  volume={114 17},
  pages={4436-4441}
}
The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and other climate patterns can have profound impacts on the occurrence of infectious diseases ranging from dengue to cholera. In Africa, El Niño conditions are associated with increased rainfall in East Africa and decreased rainfall in southern Africa, West Africa, and parts of the Sahel. Because of the key role of water supplies in cholera transmission, a relationship between El Niño events and cholera incidence is highly plausible, and previous research… CONTINUE READING

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