A boy suffering from dengue fever receives hydration treatment in April at an air force first-aid camp set up to fight a dengue fever epidemic in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A boy suffering from dengue fever receives hydration treatment in April at an air force first-aid camp set up to fight a dengue fever epidemic in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Jack Chang / MCT
A boy suffering from dengue fever receives hydration treatment in April at an air force first-aid camp set up to fight a dengue fever epidemic in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Jack Chang / MCT

Dengue fever outbreak in Rio de Janeiro claims 80 lives, sickens thousands

April 11, 2008 04:01 PM

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