China eliminated malaria. Could it be a model for the rest of the world?

Jun Cao has spent his entire career in the battle against malaria and witnessed the historic moment earlier this year when China was officially certified free of the mosquito-borne deadly disease.But for public health experts such as Cao, who is deputy director of the Jiangsu Institute for Parasitic Diseases, passing that milestone simply means moving to a new phase in which China plays a different role: applying the Chinese experience in the global fight against malaria, particularly in Africa…

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