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    In his latest attempt to rid the world of mosquito-borne disease, Dr. Matthew DeGennaro of Florida International University has created a new trap for the deadly insect. DeGennaro calls for an “all hands on deck” approach to saving the lives of 735,000 people who die annually from disease spread by mosquitoes.

In his latest attempt to rid the world of mosquito-borne disease, Dr. Matthew DeGennaro of Florida International University has created a new trap for the deadly insect. DeGennaro calls for an “all hands on deck” approach to saving the lives of 735,000 people who die annually from disease spread by mosquitoes. Brittany Peterson/McClatchy for Miami Herald
In his latest attempt to rid the world of mosquito-borne disease, Dr. Matthew DeGennaro of Florida International University has created a new trap for the deadly insect. DeGennaro calls for an “all hands on deck” approach to saving the lives of 735,000 people who die annually from disease spread by mosquitoes. Brittany Peterson/McClatchy for Miami Herald

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