New Delhi: Drug resistance, financial constraints and inadequate public awareness threaten to reverse the gains achieved in malaria control in the past decade, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said Monday, seeking more funds to control the disease.Ahead of the World Malaria Day on April 25, WHO urged health and other sectors of society to invest more in malaria control to ensure that recent achievements in controlling this disease are sustained.With an estimated 28 million cases and 38,000 deaths in 2010, malaria remains a significant public health problem in WHO`s southeast Asia Region where around 1.32 billion people are at risk.
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