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“They said let’s consider either Cambodia or Myanmar because these are two countries still facing resistance on a daily basis”

The World Health Organisation (WHO)’s malaria team leader in Cambodia, Steven Bjorge, explains to the Cambodia Daily why the organisation will move its regional malaria office to Phnom Penh. Resistance to Artemisinin-based Combination Therapies has been growing along the Thai-Cambodia border, although 2012 saw a record low for malaria deaths in Cambodia, with just 47


A buzz of fear

  Tremendous progress against malaria has been achieved in the past decade, but a new genetic mutation could wipe out this success in Southeast Asia… and across the world