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Definition of Antimalaria
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Literary usage of Antimalaria
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1. Ensuring an Infectious Disease Workforce: Education and Training Needs for by Stacey Knobler (2006)
"antimalaria interventions recommended by the Roll Back Malaria program of the WHO and its partner agencies seek to halve the burden of malaria during the ..."
2. Public Health Bulletin by United States Marine Hospital Service (1922)
"The first systematic antimalaria work undertaken in the United States was at Roanoke Rapids, XC. in 1913. After two years' experience here. ..."
3. Annual Report of the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service of the by United States Public Health Service (1920)
"At Athens, Tex., it was estimated that $3000 would be required for antimalaria and mosquito control. It developed, however, that this sum could not be ..."
4. The Anatomic Histological Process of Bright's Disease and Their Relation to by William Heiskell Deaderick, Horst Oertel, Charles Gilmore Kerley, Michael Grossmann (1909)
"... the Italian antimalaria Society and found to be less efficient.147 Arsenic, so long vaunted as an antimalarial, has been thoroughly tried and abandoned. ..."
5. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"Eucalyptus globulus and other species which have long been famous as antimalaria!, are largely planted on the Continent in marshy district*. ..."