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Fighting Cholera: How Satellite Detects Disease Weeks before Outbreak

The future of responding to cholera outbreaks more efficiently and effectively lies on the use of remote satellite imaging to predict an impending epidemic.

Fighting Cholera: How Satellite Detects Disease Weeks before Outbreak
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