Contact: Andy McGlashen
Michigan State University
Caption: Karl Seydel, MSU assistant professor of osteopathic medical specialties, cares for a child with malaria in Blantyre, Malawi. Seydel and colleagues discovered a test that can help clinicians make crucial decisions about which malaria patients face the greatest risk for developing a life-threatening form of the disease.
Credit: Photo by Jim Peck.
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