The rise and fall of malaria in a West African rural community, Dielmo, Senegal, from 1990 to 2012: a 22 year longitudinal study.

@article{Trape2014TheRA,
  title={The rise and fall of malaria in a West African rural community, Dielmo, Senegal, from 1990 to 2012: a 22 year longitudinal study.},
  author={Jean-François Trape and Adama Tall and C Sokhna and Alioune Badara Ly and Nafissatou Diagne and Ousmane Ndiath and Catherine Mazenot and Vincent Richard and Abdoulaye Badiane and Fambaye Dieye-Ba and Joseph Faye and Gora Ndiaye and Fatoumata Di{\`e}ne Sarr and Cl{\'e}mentine Roucher and Charles Bouganali and Hubert Bass{\'e}ne and Aissatou Toure-Balde and Christian Roussilhon and Ronald Perraut and Andr{\'e} Spiegel and J C Sarthou and Luiz C{\'e}sar Cavalcanti Pereira da Silva and Odile Mercereau-Puijalon and Pierre L Druilhe and Christophe Rogier},
  journal={The Lancet. Infectious diseases},
  year={2014},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={476-88}
}
BACKGROUND A better understanding of the effect of malaria control interventions on vector and parasite populations, acquired immunity, and burden of the disease is needed to guide strategies to eliminate malaria from highly endemic areas. We monitored and analysed the changes in malaria epidemiology in a village community in Senegal, west Africa, over 22 years. METHODS Between 1990 and 2012, we did a prospective longitudinal study of the inhabitants of Dielmo, Senegal, to identify all… CONTINUE READING
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