This Week in PLoS Medicine: Mathematical model on malaria; Integrase inhibitors and HIV; Touch-screen eHealth

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This week saw three new articles published in PLoS Medicine:

Azra Ghani and colleagues assess whether the currently available tools for reducing malaria transmission are sufficient to control and eliminate malaria in Africa using a new mathematical model.

In a double-blind trial, Rajesh Gandhi and colleagues detect no significant reduction in viral load after people with low-level HIV viremia added an integrase inhibitor to their treatment regimen.

Gerry Douglas and colleagues describe the rationale and their experience with scaling up electronic health records in six antiretroviral treatment sites in Malawi.

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