This Week in PLOS Medicine: Artemisinin resistance; Monitoring zoonoses; Disseminating research in rural Africa

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Three new articles published this week in PLOS Medicine, starting off our March issue:

Francois Nosten and colleagues evaluate malaria prevalence and incidence in the mobile population on the Myanmar side of the border with Thailand between 1999 and 2011 and also assess resistance to artemisinin.

Using a novel method to assess the risks of outbreaks and epidemics, Simon Cauchemez and colleagues provide insight into a simple tool that allows for more robust monitoring of the epidemic potential of zoonoses.

David Bangsberg and colleagues explore the challenges and rewards of sharing research findings with participants living with HIV enrolled in observational research in rural sub–Saharan Africa.

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