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Volume 15, Number 11—November 2009

Research

Epidemic of Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Involving Substandard Antimalarial Drugs, Pakistan, 2003

Toby LeslieComments to Author , Harpakash Kaur, Nasir Mohammed, Kate Kolaczinski, Rosalynn L. Ord, and Mark Rowland
Author affiliations: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK (T. Leslie, H. Kaur, K. Kolaczinski, R.L. Ord, M. Rowland); HealthNet TPO, Kabul, Afghanistan (T. Leslie, N. Mohammed)

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Slide positivity rate (% slides positive) for A) Plasmodium falciparum and B) P. vivax malaria in refugee camps in Khurram Agency, Pakistan, 2002–2004. Black lines indicate Ashgaroo camp, red lines indicate Bassoo and Old Bagzai camps combined, and blue lines indicate the remaining 6 older camps.

Figure 3. Slide positivity rate (% slides positive) for A) Plasmodium falciparum and B) P. vivax malaria in refugee camps in Khurram Agency, Pakistan, 2002–2004. Black lines indicate Ashgaroo camp, red lines indicate Bassoo and Old Bagzai camps combined, and blue lines indicate the remaining 6 older camps.

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