Author(s): Schotthoefer AM, Eisen RJ, Kugeler KJ, Ettestad P, Reynolds PJ,
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Abstract Socioeconomic indicators associated with temporal changes in the distribution of human plague cases in New Mexico were investigated for 1976-2007. In the 1980s, cases were more likely in census block groups with poor housing conditions, but by the 2000s, cases were associated with affluent areas concentrated in the Santa Fe-Albuquerque region.
This article was published in Emerg Infect Dis
and referenced in Journal of Antivirals & Antiretrovirals