Global malaria control efforts depend increasingly on artemisinin derivatives because of resistance to other antimalarial drugs. Emergence of artemisinin resistance could be devastating for individuals with malaria, unless timely detection by surveillance systems allows evaluation of new treatments and interventions to counter the spread of resistance. However, instead of drug resistance monitoring, major sponsors of malaria control programs emphasize other essential antimalarial strategies far more strongly.
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