Cambodian-Thai border sees reduced cases of drug-resistant malaria

07/7/2010 | Google

Cases of artemisinin-resistant malaria on the Cambodian-Thai border have significantly dropped as a result of an initiative that aims to control drug resistance, the World Health Organization and Cambodia's health ministry said. The project focused on distributing more mosquito nets and stepping up training among malaria workers on how to better diagnose and treat the disease.

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