Challenges for achieving safe and effective radical cure of Plasmodium vivax: a round table discussion of the APMEN Vivax Working Group

@inproceedings{Thriemer2017ChallengesFA,
  title={Challenges for achieving safe and effective radical cure of Plasmodium vivax: a round table discussion of the APMEN Vivax Working Group},
  author={Kamala Thriemer and Benedikt Ley and Albino Bobogare and Lek Dysoley and Mohammad Shafiul Alam and Ayodhia Pitaloka Pasaribu and Jetsumon Sattabongkot and Elodie Jambert and Gonzalo J Domingo and Robert James Commons and Sarah Auburn and Jutta Marfurt and Angela Devine and Mohammad M Aktaruzzaman and Nayeem Sohel and Rinzin Namgay and Tobgyel Drukpa and Surender Nath Sharma and Elvieda Sarawati and Iriani Samad and Minerva Theodora and Simone Nambanya and Sonesay Ounekham and Rose Nanti Binti Mudin and Garib Da Thakur and Leo Sora Makita and Raffy Deray and Sang-Eun Lee and Leonard Boaz and Manjula Nishanthi Danansuriya and Santha D Mudiyanselage and Nipon Chinanonwait and Suravadee Kitchakarn and Johnny Nausien and Esau Naket and Thang Ngo Duc and Ha Do Manh and Young Sun Hong and Qin Cheng and Jack S. Richards and Rita Kusriastuti and Ari Winasti Satyagraha and Rintis Noviyanti and Xavier C Ding and Wasif A. Khan and Ching Swe Phru and Zhu Guoding and Gao Qi and Akira Kaneko and Olivo Miotto and Wang Nguitragool and Wanlapa Roobsoong and Katherine E Battle and Rosalind E Howes and Arantxa Roca-Feltrer and Stephan Duparc and Ipsita Pal Bhowmick and Enny Kenangalem and Jo-Anne Bibit and Alyssa E Barry and David M. Sintasath and Rabindra Romauld Abeyasinghe and Carol Hopkins Sibley and James S McCarthy and Lorenz von Seidlein and John Kevin Baird and Ric N Price},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2017}
}
The delivery of safe and effective radical cure for Plasmodium vivax is one of the greatest challenges for achieving malaria elimination from the Asia–Pacific by 2030. During the annual meeting of the Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network Vivax Working Group in October 2016, a round table discussion was held to discuss the programmatic issues hindering the widespread use of primaquine (PQ) radical cure. Participants included 73 representatives from 16 partner countries and 33 institutional… CONTINUE READING
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