Bed Nets More Cost Effective Than Insecticide For Malaria Prevention, Study Says
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Choose bed nets over insecticide to tackle malaria: study
“Spraying insecticides indoors offers children no additional protection from malaria when bed nets are used, a study said on Tuesday, as malaria cases and deaths worldwide continue to fall. A [published in the] medical journal The Lancet said donors should invest their limited resources on additional bed nets as the most cost-effective solution to tackling malaria, costing an average of $2.20 per person compared to $6.70 for insecticide…” (Guilbert, 12/9).
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