LONDON—Social science is being used to improve malaria control — through understanding the every day realities of people affected by malaria — by scientists at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Dr Clare Chandler describes her research on techniques for improving the effective use of anti-malarial drugs by both patients and health workers.
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