Tests spot drug-resistant malaria

09/12/2013 | National Public Radio · FoxNews.com

Researchers have created two simple tests designed to increase efficiency in identifying patients with drug-resistant malaria. The assays determine whether a case involves artemisinin-resistant malaria, ensuring appropriate treatment. They also could improve broader public health efforts by allowing researchers to map the spread of the disease and develop new drugs.

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