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Blood specimens are collected routinely on clinic patients at the Emory Field Station.
Investigations at the Emory University Field Station are a cooperative endeavor of Emory University, the Georgia Department of Public Health, the U. S. Geological Survey and the U. S. Public Health Service's Malaria Control in War. Areas program. This program is unique in that an attempt is made to deal intensively with practically every phase of naturally occurring malaria. The Emory University Field Station for malaria research was established in Baker County near Newton, Georgia in 1939. The primary objective was to study the natural occurrence of malaria
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“BLOOD SAMPLE COLLECTION,” The Global Health Chronicles, accessed December 12, 2018, https://globalhealthchronicles.org/items/show/4513.