Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Table of Contents: Volume 78 (12) 2000

Special theme issue: Malaria

Editorials

Theme Papers

  • Page 1378
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    Combination therapy for malaria in Africa—Peter B Bloland et al.
  • Page 1389
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    Comparison of house spraying and insecticide-treated nets for malaria control—Christopher F. Curtis & Abraham E.P. Mnzava
  • Page 1401
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    Spatial targeting of interventions against malaria—Richard Carter et al.
  • Page 1412
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    Molecular entomology and prospects for malaria control—Frank H. Collins et al.
  • Page 1424
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    Entering the post-genomic era of malaria research—Paul Horrocks et al.
  • Page 1438
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    Using a geographical information system to plan a malaria control programme in South Africa—Marlize Booman et al.

Public Health Classic

  • Page 1445
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    Commentary: The fate of sporozoites—Robert S. Desowitz
  • Page 1447
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    Demonstration of a persisting exo-erythrocytic cycle in Plasmodium cynomolgi and it's bearing on the production of relapses—H.E. Shortt & P.C.C. Garnham

Round Table

  • Page 1450
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    Rolling back malaria: action of rhetoric?
    Discussion: Joel G. Breman; Wenceslaus L. Kilama; Brian Greenwood; Pierre Druilhe; Davide Nabarro & Kamini Mendis

Research

  • Page 1456
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    Estimating the number of helminthic infections in the Republic of Cameroon from data on infection prevalence in schoolchildren—Simon Brooker et al.

Policy & Practice

  • Page 1466
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    Safety of community drinking-water and outbreaks of waterborne enteric disease: Israel, 1976-97—Theodore H. Tulchinksy et al.

Perspectives

  • Page 1474
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    Treatment of human African trypanosomiasis— Michael Dumas & Bernard Bouteille

Obituary

News

  • Page 1476
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    UK report urges screening for "mad sheep" disease; The Uganda Ebola outbreat — not all negative; Malaria drug resistance gene identified; First countries to be recipients of GAVI funds; Doctors' first strike in Republic of Korea likely to end

WHO News

  • Page 1479
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    WHO's plan for Internet health domain halted; A second WHO region declared polio-free

Index

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