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mesheuropmc: parasitic diseases, education
Peter Goodwin talks with Sarah Staedke of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, who's based in Kampala, Uganda, about her new research findings that giving parents and carers supplies of anti-malaria medicines at home to treat feverish children didn't have much impact on malaria in an urban setting and could have some risks.
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