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Global Health: Rapid Malaria Tests Work, but With Unexpected Drawbacks

17:00 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | The New York Times News

Tests that take only 15 minutes mean fewer people needlessly get malaria drugs, but many instead get antibiotics they don’t need, a study finds.

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