Long-lasting insecticidal malaria nets’ biological effectiveness may be short-lived

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Potentially life-saving insecticidal malaria nets, designed to be biologically effective for at least 3 years, may stop working well after just 12 months, suggests research of their use in one East African country and published online in the open access journal BMJ Global Health.

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