1. Modified mosquitoes reduce dengue cases by 77% in Indonesia experiment  CNN
  2. Dengue Mosquitoes Can Be Tamed by a Common Microbe  The Atlantic
  3. 'Miraculous' Bacteria Slashes Dengue Cases 77%  Newser
  4. Groundbreaking trial sees dengue fever cases fall by 77pc in Indonesia  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. 'Miraculous' mosquito hack cuts dengue fever by 77% | World  The Times
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News

www.cnn.com

An extremely common microbe can stop the insects from spreading the virus that causes dengue fever.An extremely common microbe can stop the insects from spreading the virus that causes dengue fever.

Dengue Mosquitoes Can Be Tamed by a Common Microbe - The Atlantic

Scientists say a "miraculous" bacteria has shown great promise in tackling the threat from one of the world's most dangerous creatures: the Aedes aegypti mosquito...."It's very exciting, it's better than we could have hoped for to be honest."

A 'Miraculous' Bacteria Makes Mosquitoes Less Fearsome

Hopes rise for an end to the mosquito-borne disease following a three-year experiment involving a bacteriumHopes rise for an end to the mosquito-borne disease following a three-year experiment involving a bacterium

Groundbreaking trial sees dengue fever cases fall by 77pc in Indonesia

Dengue fever cases fell by 77 per cent in Indonesia after mosquitoes were infected with a “miraculous” bacteria that limits their ability to spread the disease, scientists have said.TheDengue fever cases fell by 77 per cent in Indonesia after mosquitoes were infected with a “miraculous” bacteria that limits their ability to spread the disease, scientists have said.The

www.thetimes.co.uk

Scientists conducted a Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial within a 26 square kilometre area of Yogyakarta city in Indonesia. The trail is now being expanded.Scientists conducted a Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial within a 26 square kilometre area of Yogyakarta city in Indonesia. The trail is now being expanded.

'Groundbreaking' Mosquito Hack Trial Cuts Dengue By 77%

An extremely common microbe can stop the insects from spreading the virus that causes dengue fever.

A Pivotal Mosquito Experiment Could Not Have Gone Better