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Current trends in malaria in Britain

Current trends in malaria in Britain

Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 82 Suppl 17: 8-13

Recent trends in the epidemiology of malaria in Britain are analysed in detail and the implications for the likely course of imported malaria in the future are discussed.

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