An old anti-malarial drug is being tested in Uganda as a means of preventing the plasmodium parasite from being transmitted from humans to the mosquitoes biting them. Dr Chi Eziefula of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine discusses her hopes on World Malaria Day for the outcome of her study in 500 children.
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