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February 24, 2017 - 14:23 -- Ingeborg van Schayk

Overview Keystone Symposia malaria, Kampala: 19-23 February 2017

MESA has supplied us with a, very much appreciated, daily update of the Keystone Malaria Symposia: from Innovation to Eradication. For all of you who were not able to attend or for those who attended but still want to look back on the symposium you can read the daily updates here on MalariaWorld:

Day 1: Pre-Meeting Workshop for Global Scholars Shines the Spotlight on Surveillance
Day 2: Tackling the asymptomatic reservoir to achieve malaria elimination: the if, the why and the how
Day 3: Tailored interventions not “prêt-a-porter” for malaria elimination
Day 4: Promising new candidates for the malaria tool kit
Day 5: Exciting new science and big challenges for the next generation of malaria scientists

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