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2 Bisoffi, Zeno, Sodiomon B Sirima, Filip Meheus, Claudia Lodesani, Federico Gobbi, Andrea Angheben, Halidou Tinto, Bouma Neya, Klara Van den Ende, Annalisa Romeo, and Jef Van den Ende. "Strict adherence to malaria rapid test results might lead to a neglect of other dangerous diseases: a cost benefit analysis from Burkina Faso." Malar. J. (2011).
3 Borghi, Josephine, John Ataguba, Gemini Mtei, James Akazili, Filip Meheus, Clas Rehnberg, and McIntyre Di. "Methodological challenges in evaluating health care financing equity in data-poor contexts: lessons from Ghana, South Africa and Tanzania." Adv Health Econ Health Serv Res (2009).
4 Enosse, Sonia, Carlota Dobaño, Diana Quelhas, John J Aponte, Marc Lievens, Amanda Leach, Jahit Sacarlal, Brian Greenwood, Jessica Milman, Filip Dubovsky, Joe Cohen, Ricardo Thompson, W Ripley Ballou, Pedro L Alonso, David J Conway, and Colin J Sutherland. "RTS,S/AS02A malaria vaccine does not induce parasite CSP T cell epitope selection and reduces multiplicity of infection." PLoS Clin Trials 1, no. 1 (2006).
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6 McIntyre, Diane, Bertha Garshong, Gemini Mtei, Filip Meheus, Michael Thiede, James Akazili, Mariam Ally, Moses Aikins, Jo-Ann Mulligan, and Jane Goudge. "Beyond fragmentation and towards universal coverage: insights from Ghana, South Africa and the United Republic of Tanzania." Bull. World Health Organ. 86, no. 11 (2008): 871-876.
7 Mills, Anne, John E Ataguba, James Akazili, Jo Borghi, Bertha Garshong, Suzan Makawia, Gemini Mtei, Bronwyn Harris, Jane Macha, Filip Meheus, and Di McIntyre. "Equity in financing and use of health care in Ghana, South Africa, and Tanzania: implications for paths to universal coverage." Lancet 380, no. 9837 (2012): 126-133.
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