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From 30 Million to Zero Malaria Cases in China: Lessons Learned for Malaria-Eliminating Countries in Africa

07 - 12 - 2020 to 08 - 12 - 2020

On December 7–8, 2020, Harvard University will partner with National Institute for Parasitic Diseases (NIPD), Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the World Health Organization to convene a special scientific symposium titled, “From 30 Million to Zero Malaria Cases in China: Lessons Learned for Malaria-Eliminating Countries in Africa.”

Participants will gain insights on China’s successful integration of sophisticated genetic technologies with ongoing malaria surveillance efforts for improved malaria policy decision-making for eradication and also gain insights as experts discuss the progress and challenges of malaria elimination in middle- to high-burden countries.

Register for the event, and find the agenda, full list of speakers, and more information about the event here

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