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World Bank Contributes Millions To New Indian Anti-Malaria Effort

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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The World Bank has earmarked $520.8 million to help India combat several fatal diseases, particularly malaria. The program is the body's largest such project and includes funds for treating more than 100 million Indians who, on average get malaria at the rate of more than 2 million a year. The funds also are to cover prevention services. The bank noted that falciparum malaria, an often-fatal severe form, has been on the rise in the country because of increased resistance to chloroquine, the primary malaria drug. The funds are intended to provide access to a new highly effective drug regimen for malaria. (Click here for more
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