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Despite Gains in Controlling Malaria, Drug Resistance Remains a Concern

Malaria is a disease that kills more than 600,000 people every year.  It debilitates even more.  Each year on World Malaria Day, we take stock of the disease, what’s been done to contain it, and what still needs to be done.   Children are the most likely victims of malaria.  They live in Latin America and Asia, but mostly in sub-Saharan Africa where the most deadly strain of the disease is found. Dr. Anthony Fauci heads the infectious diseases division of the U.S....

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