International aid group seeks to make malaria treatments free

10/2/2008 | Voice of America

The humanitarian group Doctors Without Borders said to dramatically reduce deaths from malaria, anti-malaria treatments should be given to patients for free. The group said the success of its programs in Mali, Chad and Sierra Leone provides evidence that this approach could make a difference. New treatments for malaria will only succeed if their costs are not passed on to patients, especially those in remote areas, the group said.

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