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ASPPH Members Observe World Malaria Day

World Malaria Day, observed on April 25, was established to raise awareness that malaria is preventable and treatable and to mobilize communities to become involved in the fight against it. ASPPH members are partners in global efforts to eradicate malaria and share in the commitment to turn the tide of this epidemic. Read More

Public health practitioners emphasize prevention, education, and policy to tackle global health challenges worldwide.


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