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resurgence

[ri′sər·jəns]
(hydrology)
The point where an underground stream reappears at the surface to become a surface stream. Also known as emergence; exsurgence; rise.
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Both Sri Lanka and India, for example, saw significant reductions of the illness in the 1960s, but both had dramatic resurgences when funding was withdrawn, the paper found.
Washington, Apr 25 ( ANI ): Funding cuts for malaria control are the single most common reason for the resurgence of the deadly disease, a new study has claimed.
The study also categorized malaria resurgence according to whether it was related to increased intensity of malaria transmission due to population movement or weather changes, as well as technical obstacles such as drug and insecticide resistance.