Disparities between malaria infection and treatment rates: Evidence from a cross-sectional analysis of households in Uganda
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CitationSaran, Indrani, and Jessica Cohen. 2017. “Disparities Between Malaria Infection and Treatment Rates: Evidence from a Cross-Sectional Analysis of Households in Uganda.” Edited by Luzia Helena Carvalho. PLOS ONE 12 (2) (February 27): e0171835. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0171835.
AbstractIn Sub-Saharan Africa, both under-treatment and over-treatment of malaria are common since illnesses are often diagnosed and treated on the basis of symptoms. We investigate whether malaria treatment rates among febrile individuals correspond to observed patterns of malaria infection by age and by local prevalence
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