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Primaquine is the only widely used drug that prevents malaria relapses, but adherence to the standard 14-day regimen is poor. We aimed to assess the efficacy... 
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The Austronesian expansion, one of the last major human migrations, influenced regions as distant as tropical Asia, Remote Oceania and Madagascar, off the east... 
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