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The efficacy and effectiveness of antimalarial drugs are threatened by increasing levels of resistance and therefore require continuous monitoring. Chemoprevention is increasingly deployed as a malaria control measure, but there are no generally accepted methods of assessment. We propose a simple method of grading the parasitological response to chemoprevention (focusing on seasonal malaria chemoprevention) that is based on pharmacometric assessment.

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Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg

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