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      "CDC has been a leader in the fight against malaria more than 60 years, ever since the agency's early days as a federal program that led the successful elimination of malaria from the United States. Building on that success, CDC experts have continued to develop and evaluate malaria control interventions to reduce the impact of malaria and ultimately to eliminate malaria from all countries. CDC scientists provide critical scientific innovations to help guide the agenda for future public health efforts and monitor and evaluate progress toward global malaria goals. CDC's innovative research has helped develop and evaluate effective prevention and control tools used by the President's Malaria Initiative and its global partners: Insecticide-treated bed nets (ITNs), Intermittent preventive treatment for pregnant women (IPTp), Artemisinin-containing combination therapies (ACTs). CDC has also helped improve global malaria prevention and control through: Monitoring and evaluation to help measure and assess progress in achieving public health goals, Direct technical assistance to global multilateral organizations, Ministries of Health, and applied research institutions in malaria-endemic countries, Training to improve U.S. and host country malaria expertise." - p. 1 11/24/2010: date from document properties. "CS214698."
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