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The study suggests that malaria control and prevention, in addition to early detection and a highly effective treatment of malaria, essential tools in areas where both diseases may coexist. Moreover, the interaction between antimalarial and antiretroviral therapies are in an effort to in an effort to of therapy of therapy on both diseases and to reduce the malaria burden in HIV-infected individuals.

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