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DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania - Humphrey Mfinanga, a malaria microscopy course instructor, explains the theory of antibodies for malaria at the National Health Laboratory and Quality Assurance building in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, January 19, 2010. Mfinanga went through the course in November and December when members from the U.S. Army Medical Unit-Kenya and National Institute of Medical Research trained Tanzanians in a train-to-trainer course. (Photo by Staff Sergeant Ronald Lafosse, CJTF-HOA)
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania - Humphrey Mfinanga, a malaria microscopy course instructor, explains the theory of antibodies for malaria at the National Health Laboratory and Quality Assurance building in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, January 19, 2010. Mfinanga went through the course in November and December when members from the U.S. Army Medical Unit-Kenya and National Institute of Medical Research trained Tanzanians in a train-to-trainer course. (Photo by Staff Sergeant Ronald Lafosse, CJTF-HOA)
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