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Malaria plan under scrutiny.

Yet, although the AMFm subsidized 60% of the world's supply of ACTs last year, it is unclear how many of the drugs reached the pilot programme's target populations. Because anyone can buy the pills, people who can afford them may take them whenever they feel ill, whether or not malaria is the culpri... Full description

Journal Title: Nature October 4, 2012, Vol.490(7418), pp.13-14
Main Author: Maxmen, Amy
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title: Malaria plan under scrutiny.
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  • Africa–Economics
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  • Artemisinins–Therapeutic Use
  • Child–Economics
  • Commerce–Supply & Distribution
  • Drug Costs–Therapeutic Use
  • Humans–Economics
  • Malaria, Falciparum–Drug Therapy
  • Pilot Projects–Economics
  • Plasmodium Falciparum–Epidemiology
  • Plasmodium Falciparum–Prevention & Control
  • Plasmodium Falciparum–Drug Effects
  • Antimalarials
  • Artemisinins
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description: Yet, although the AMFm subsidized 60% of the world's supply of ACTs last year, it is unclear how many of the drugs reached the pilot programme's target populations. Because anyone can buy the pills, people who can afford them may take them whenever they feel ill, whether or not malaria is the culprit. According to Tougher, large changes in the price and availability of ACTs, as well as the share of the market supplied by private vendors, "were achieved in just a few months".
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