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        WHO Makes Progress Battling Drug Resistant Malaria In Cambodia | Global Infectious Diseases

        ANDONG THMA, CAMBODIA - JULY 20: Khmer familiesline up as the lab staff take blood samples during an intense malaria screening which is part of a World Health Organization (WHO) on a Malaria Containment project along the Thai-Cambodian border July 20, 2010 in Andong Thma village in Pailin province. According to WHO, around 3,000 people from various villages have been tested so far in an area where resistance to artemisinin surfaced, which is the most effective ingredient vital to all anti-malarial drugs used throughout the world, especially in fighting the more lethal Falciparum malaria.

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