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Malaria chemoprophylaxis


Malaria eradication has been limited by technical problems, operational failures, financial stringency and administrative shortcomings.1 Malaria chemoprophylaxis, often synonymous with ‘suppression’, is the systematic use of drugs to protect susceptible people in endemic areas. These include all the tropical countries of Africa, Asia and the Americas, except where eradication has been achieved.

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