Upstate study highlights key principles of a successful malaria elimination program

An Ecuador-Peru border region with a population of more than 800,000 has been malaria free since 2012, due to a strong binational collaboration for malaria control, according to findings from a study by Upstate Medical University researchers and their national and international colleagues. The researchers say that this collaborative approach can serve as a model to rid mosquito-borne illnesses worldwide.

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