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close this bookThe Role of Laboratory Diagnosis to Support Malaria Disease Management - Focus on the Use of Rapid Diagnostic Tests in Areas of High Transmission (WHO; 2006; 40 pages) View the PDF document
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The Role of Laboratory Diagnosis to Support Malaria Disease Management - Focus on the Use of Rapid Diagnostic Tests in Areas of High Transmission

REPORT OF A WHO TECHNICAL CONSULTATION, 25 - 26 OCTOBER 2004
PRE-PUBLICATION COPY

WHO/HTM/MAL/2006.1111

© World Health Organization 2006

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