This week PLoS Medicine publishes the third in a four-part series of policy papers examining the ways in which global health institutions and arrangements are changing and evolving.
In this third paper, Gerald Keusch (Boston University School of Public Health) and colleagues explore the changing global health system for malaria research and the delivery of research products to those at risk of the disease. They examine the organizations and actors involved, and the arrangements that govern their interaction, and they speculate about the future of malaria research and control.
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