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The billion-dollar malaria moment

For years the global malaria effort has been asking for more resources. Now the field needs to figure out a systematic strategy for spending the money effectively, says Mark Grabowsky.

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Grabowsky, M. The billion-dollar malaria moment. Nature 451, 1051–1052 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1038/4511051a

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