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A non-randomized controlled trial to assess the protective effect of SMC in the context of high parasite resistance in Uganda
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The work of B.N.O., M.W. and E.P. was supported by a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation grant (investment ID INV-030449). The SMC implementation trial was funded through philanthropic donations received largely as a result of the Malaria Consortium being awarded Top Charity status by GiveWell. GiveWell is a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding outstanding giving opportunities.
The authors declare no competing interests.
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