Quality of anti-malarials collected in the private and informal sectors in Guyana and Suriname

@inproceedings{Evans2012QualityOA,
  title={Quality of anti-malarials collected in the private and informal sectors in Guyana and Suriname},
  author={Lawrence Evans and Veerle Coignez and Adrian Barojas and Daniel K. Bempong and Sanford Bradby and Yanga Dijiba and Makeida James and Gustavo Bretas and M R Adhin and Nicolas Ceron and Alison Hinds-Semple and Kennedy M. Chibwe and Patrick H. Lukulay and Victor S. Pribluda},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2012}
}
Despite a significant reduction in the number of malaria cases in Guyana and Suriname, this disease remains a major problem in the interior of both countries, especially in areas with gold mining and logging operations, where malaria is endemic. National malaria control programmes in these countries provide treatment to patients with medicines that are procured and distributed through regulated processes in the public sector. However, availability to medicines in licensed facilities (private… CONTINUE READING
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