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and nbsp , and dnmt , eventually infected mosquitoes will be set free but the hope the multiply in the wild this work has shown some success with dengue already so much but Indonesia and Australia want to scale it up to target the count experts here agreed that it was not going to be , so far there is no cure or treatment for this eco virus the World Health Organization suspect it lead to serious birth defect symptoms are mild and hard to spot thank it behind the new mosquito method hope detected on a hundred thousand people this year , but even if they convince more in the public to get itchy in the name of science and it could be at least three years before they know whether there is an effective weapon against what experts are calling a global health emergency