Growing Malaria Resistance In Southeast Asia Sparks Public-Private Groups To Seek Answers
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
HONG KONG - The emergence across Southeast Asia of strains of malaria that display increasing tolerance to the more commonly used therapies could undo years of progress in battling the disease, and public-private partnerships are trying to respond as quickly as possible
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