Spatial clustering and risk factors of malaria infections in Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia

@inproceedings{Sluydts2014SpatialCA,
  title={Spatial clustering and risk factors of malaria infections in Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia},
  author={Vincent Sluydts and Somony Heng and Marc Coosemans and Karel Van Roey and Charlotte Gryseels and Lydie Canier and Saorin Kim and Nimol Khim and Sovannaroth Siv and Vanna Mean and Sambunny Uk and Koen Peeters Grietens and Sochantha Tho and Didier M{\'e}nard and Lies Durnez},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2014}
}
Malaria incidence worldwide has steadily declined over the past decades. Consequently, increasingly more countries will proceed from control to elimination. The malaria distribution in low incidence settings appears patchy, and local transmission hotspots are a continuous source of infection. In this study, species-specific clusters and associated risk factors were identified based on malaria prevalence data collected in the north-east of Cambodia. In addition, Plasmodium falciparum genetic… CONTINUE READING
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