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Next: an anti-malarial drug

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mosquito.jpgIn the race to cure malaria, the devastating disease that claims 1 million lives each year, every development is critical. The deadliest strain has grown increasingly resistant to chloroquine, the safest and cheapest anti-malarial drug available.
 

November '08 employment and business indicators

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November '08 transportation indicators

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November '08 real estate and construction indicators

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November '08 farming, natural resources and energy indicators

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Powerlist: Meeting facilities

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Ranked by total square feet of meeting space
 
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