Ever since a U.S. Army physician named Walter Reed helped prove more than a century ago that yellow fever was transmitted by mosquitoes, humans have waged a fitful war on the tiny disease carriers. They have drained swamps and cesspools from Argentina to Alabama, waged door-to-door campaigns to hunt down breeding sites across entire cities, dumped an ocean’s worth of pesticides on multiple continents.
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