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In this Monday, Aug. 30, 2010 photo, Ayo Bello displays a box of Coartem malaria medication, packaged for the commercial market, at a pharmacy in Lagos, Nigeria. Millions of free malaria drugs are sent to Africa every year by international donors. New research is now providing evidence for what health workers have long suspected: some of the donated medication, readily identifiable by its different packaging, is being stolen and resold on commercial markets. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)
Photo by: Sunday Alamba
In this Monday, Aug. 30, 2010 photo, Ayo Bello displays a box of Coartem malaria medication, packaged for the commercial market, at a pharmacy in Lagos, Nigeria. Millions of free malaria drugs are sent to Africa every year by international donors. New research is now providing evidence for what health workers have long suspected: some of the donated medication, readily identifiable by its different packaging, is being stolen and resold on commercial markets. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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