Two drug strategies for the control of malaria in children aged 3-59 months have been compared in a rural area of The Gambia--treatment of presumptive episodes of clinical malaria with chloroquine by village health workers, and treatment combined with fortnightly chemoprophylaxis with 'Maloprim' (pyrimethamine/dapsone) which was also given by village health workers. Treatment alone did not have any significant effect on mortality or morbidity from malaria. In contrast, treatment and chemoprop...Expand abstract
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Comparison of two strategies for control of malaria within a primary health care programme in the Gambia.
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