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Monday, September 24, 2007 - Page updated at 11:23 AM

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For the “Confronting Malaria” series, reporter Sandi Doughton and photographer Steve Ringman spent three weeks reporting from Europe and Africa. They visited GlaxoSmithKline’s vaccine division near Brussels, Belgium; the site of vaccine field trials and a malaria-research lab in Tanzania; Zambia’s National Malaria Control Centre; and several hospital and clinics in the two African countries.

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Reporters: Sandi Doughton, Kristi Heim

Photographer: Steve Ringman

Project editor: Jim Simon

Photo editor: Fred Nelson

Graphic artist: Mark Nowlin

Print designer: Denise Clifton

News desk editor: Jerry Holloron

Online producer: Tiffany Campbell

Online designer: Will Bassin

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