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Dengue more common than malaria in travelers returning from Asia

The risk of dengue infection can be reduced by all-day protection against mosquito bites, for example with repellents. Vaccines are also in development. In a 4.5-year placebo-controlled phase III study (TIDES: Tetravalent Immunization against Dengue Efficacy Study) in seropositive and seronegative subjects, two doses of Takeda’s tetravalent vaccine candidate prevented 61 percent of symptomatic infections and 84 percent of hospitalizations. The TAK-003 vaccine is based on a live, attenuated serotype 2 dengue virus.

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