LONDON, 3 March 2014 (IRIN) - A lot can change in a decade. Back in 2003, many countries still relied on the increasingly ineffective chloroquine to treat malaria. Malaria testing was a job for lab technicians with microscopes, and treatment was left to professionals. And public health officials were smarting from their failure to eradicate the disease in the 1950s and 60s.

Ten years later, the field looks very different, in large part because ample funding is now available, from the Global F...


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