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In August 2011, the Malaria Journal published a 12-author study called, “Strict adherence to malaria rapid test results might lead to a neglect of other dangerous diseases: a cost benefit analysis from Burkina Faso.” Just a few months earlier in May, the journal Health & Place published, “Malaria, environmental change, and a historical epidemiology of childhood ‘cold fevers’: Popular interpretations from southwestern Burkina Faso.” Two similar topics, published just months apart. But they come with a big difference. The first article was published in an Open Access Journal , free and available to anyone willing to click on it and read it. The second article hails from a scientific journal published by a large conglomerate.
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