The emergence of parasites resistant to artemisinin—the gold-standard drug for treating malaria—poses a threat to global health. Left unchecked, a drug-resistant strain could spread to India and Africa. In The Wall Street Journal Asia, BCG’s Trish Stroman and Harvard’s Jay Winsten explain why Burma is key to containing the spread of artemisinin resistance.
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