Malaria research challenges in low prevalence settings

  title={Malaria research challenges in low prevalence settings},
  author={Gillian H. Stresman and Tamaki Kobayashi and Aniset Kamanga and Philip E Thuma and Sungano Mharakurwa and William J Moss and Clive J Shiff},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
The prevalence of malaria has reduced significantly in some areas over the past decade. These reductions have made local elimination possible and the research agenda has shifted to this new priority. However, there are critical issues that arise when studying malaria in low transmission settings, particularly identifying asymptomatic infections, accurate detection of individuals with microparasitaemic infections, and achieving a sufficient sample size to have an adequately powered study. These… CONTINUE READING
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