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In 1996, Zambia's Ministry of Health made sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine (SP) available as a second-line antimalarial. SP differs from chloroquine (CQ) in ways that might affect parents' acceptance of the drug, resulting in possible delays in seeking treatment if parents perceive SP as less efficacious. A multifaceted study consisting of a rapid community(More)
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