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Reducing malarial transmission may not be all good


, : Reducing malarial transmission may not be all good. Lancet (North American Edition) 353(9155): 815, March 6

Health experts have found that reducing malarial transmission increases malaria morbidity. Researchers believe this is because children are conferred immunity when exposed at a young age in areas with high parasite transmission.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0140-6736(99)00040-9


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