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Table 2. Determinants for 75% adherence to malaria chemoprophylaxis during travel among a prospective cohort of 620 travelers from the Netherlands to high-endemic areas, October 2006 - October 2007.
Table 4. Characteristics and symptoms of subjects with anti-circumsporozoite antibody seroconversion for P. falciparum, from a cohort of 945 travelers from the Netherlands who visited malaria-endemic areas, October 2006-October 2007.
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